(Blue Lagoon): Oludeniz, described as the Eden bestowed by God to the World, has a 3 km long beach. One can appreciate fully the beauty of swimming
in a colour harmony of light and dark blue combined with light and dark green. Having an appearance of naturally lagoon with
its tepid and standing water during ten months of the year,
Oludeniz is one of the most preferred destinations by both local and foreign tourists.
Kumburnu separates Ölüdeniz from Belcekiz Beach which are at a distance of 14 km from Fethiye. There are many boarding-houses, camps, motels and restaurants that are open during each season of the year.
Kidrak: Kidrak with
its sandy beaches surrounded by pine trees and crystal clear water is at a distance of 3 km from
Oludeniz and Belcekiz Beach.
(Butterfly Valley): At a distance of 5-7 km from Oludeniz, this interesting canyon
is surrounded by approximately 350 meter high mountains.
İt takes its name from the butterflies called as Jarsey Tiger and seen between June and September. Transportation to the bay, being an Earth Eden with
its waterfall flows both in summer and winter, large beach, clear water, brightly shining pebbles and oleanders decorating the environs,
is provided by boats from
Oludeniz. Possibilities like a camping area with tent sites, restaurant, bar, shower cabinets, changing cubicles, etc. are offered
in the valley which is the meeting place of world wanderers.
(Hidden City): İt is 50 km from Fethiye, next to the Karaçay Brook which forms the province borders of Muğla-Antalya.
İt is a unique natural wonder hiding within a 18 km long magnificent canyon of which height reaches to 600 meter
in some places. With its steep rock cliffs, plane trees, clearly flowing spring waters,
it is a unique tourism centre which offers possibilities for nature lovers such as mountaineering, trekking and swimming.
Yakapark: Yakapark, formed by nature with human labour and creativity,
is a unique recreation spot where you will experience memorable moments in a mysterious atmosphere with bird sings and sound of water.
İt can easily be accessed via 2 km road from Yaka Village.
Islands: Being one the
important resort places of Blue Voyagers, the region is named as İnside the Darkness by fishermen.
İt is consisted of Islands and Kapidaği Peninsula adorned with numerous beautiful bays. Yassica
Islands, Hamam Bay, Kurşunlu Bay, Yavansu, Bedri RahmiBay, Tersane
Island, GObun Bay, Boynuzbuku, GOcek Island, Domuz Island, Zeytin
Island, Kizil Island, reached via daily tours from Fethiye and GOcek, are also named as "12
Islands" within the region.
Besides the two big holiday villages of the district, there are also natural bays namely Mempaşa, Kuçuk Samanlik, Boncuklu, Kuleli, Aksazlar, Akvaryum, Turunç Pinari on the peninsula to where local people have daily tours.
İt is 17 km far from Fethiye on Muğla-Fethiye highway. With its frequent pine trees stretching to the sea, the bay displays a beautiful harmony of blue and green.
İn the bay, there is a forest resting area offering the services of car park, buffet, shower cabinet and toilet.
İt is an ideal excursion place and a camping area with tent sites.
Kargi): The bay is at a distance of 18 km from Fethiye on the Muğla highway, and
is ornamented with rarely seen sweetgum trees having a nice smell. The daily excretion of sweetgum trees
is used in the treatment of itchiness, asthma, bronchitis, ulcer and gastric diseases.
İt is also used in the industry of perfumery.
Being one of the popular places of the district in respect of tourism, Çaliş Beach
is 5 km from the district centre, opposite of the Şovalye Island. Along the 4 km long beach, there are hotels, boarding-houses, camp sites and restaurants. The Beach
is well known as one of the incubation areas of sea turtles, Caretta Carettas.
İt is also one of the favourite places to view the sunset and play water sports.
Hisaronu Ovacik: These two typical Turkish villages
in Oludeniz (Blue Lagoon) have recently become shopping and entertainment centres providing accommodation. At present, these villages near draw the attention of especially foreign tourists.