Fethiye & Göcek Holidays
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Rooted in the legends of ancient Telmessos (including Icarus, who infamously crashlanded in neighbouring Göcek), modern Fethiye is very much of today: pleasant and practical, with a shady, relaxed promenade and a lively marina.
This is the heart of the Turquoise Coast, in ancient Lycia, and every manner of vessel is moored in its harbour, from hand-crafted gülets and fishing boats to luxury yachts. The excellent lokantas of Fethiye cater for holidaymakers as much as locals; the market produce arrives fresh from the hillsides; and there are excursions aplenty to be enjoyed on your holidays in Fethiye .
Holidays in Göcek – nature, history and style
Göcek has long been loved by yachtsmen, the coves in its gulf providing a natural haven for seafarers. The backdrop to a Göcek holiday is the classic deep green of Lycia's pine forests, dotted with citrus orchards and olive groves; the crumbling fort is an echo of the region’s maritime history; and a stylish seafront offers some of the region's best fish restaurants – authentic but sophisticated. Roll them into one and holidays in Göcek will stand out for their creature comforts, as much as its natural beauty and ambience.
From the Turquoise Coast to the Taurus foothills
Most of our luxury villas in Göcek and Fethiye and well-located hotels in Fethiye include an air-conditioned car and offer every opportunity to enjoy the region: the iconic beaches of Iztuzu in the Dalyan Delta and Ölüdeniz; the village of Üzümlü; chilled days out aboard a gület; the atmospheric ancient sites of Xanthos, Letoon; the foothills of the Taurus Mountains, including the nearby abandoned 'ghost town' of Kayaköy. Further afield is Olympos with its eternal flames and the site of Saint Nicholas of Myra, the 'real' Santa Claus... the list is endless.