Ancient sights, amazing scenery and great shopping
Restaurants in the resort mostly offer Turkish cuisine although there are a number of International restaurants serving cuisines to suit every palette. The bars along the waterfront have live Turkish music and belly dancing while the old town boasts traditional Turkish pubs. At night Paspatur has an array of cocktail bars and open air discos. Its neighbouring resort of Hisaronu has a livelier night scene and can be reached by taxi or local dolmus.
Fethiye is wonderful for shopping where you can meander around the cobbled streets taking in the sights of the old town. Every Tuesday Fethiye holds its weekly market rich in fresh produce, fish, spices, gold, jewellery and traditional handicrafts offering locals and tourists a superb shopping opportunity. Holidays in Fethiye offer superb sunshine with July and August being high season and temperatures peeking around 35?c. There is an abundance of accommodation in Fethiye offering stunning sea views, whether you want simple self catering or luxury all inclusive Fethiye has something to suit every budget. The climate in Fethiye is typically Mediterranean with dry hot summers and mild wet winters. You can book cheap holidays to Fethiye at Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
– The town has an excellent Tuesday Market. This is the best place to buy all those cheap fake designer labels and souvenirs, cheap CDs and endless food and fresh fruit. Best just to go for the experience, hundreds of Turkish village folk descend on Fethiye for market day to buy and sell their goods.
Fethiye Rock Tombs
– A bit of a trek, but climb up to the main Lycian rock tomb in Fethiye the tomb of Amyntas, these are the tombs excavated out of natural rocks, which became the symbol of the city. An amazing spot to take in the views over the whole of Fethiye and the bay below.