Passengers traveling by ferry to Fethiye arrive at the ancient city of Telmessos, the ruins of which can be seen in the city!
Later known as Makre or Makri (means "long one"), from the name of the island at the entrance to the harbour, modern Fethiye is now one of Turkey's well-known tourist centers. It is a city and district of Muğla Province in the Aegean region of Turkey with about 146,000 inhabitants. The British Times newspaper once chose Fethiye - Ölüdeniz as the best tourism center in the world.
Passengers traveling to the destination Fethiye are likely to have set off in Rhodes Greece as it is the nearest Greek island. Once in Fethiye, they will have to choose from a number of things to do there. If it is strolling around the old town of Fethiye and buying souvenirs, or climbing up to the main Lycian rock tombs in Fethiye – the tomb of Amyntas– and take in the amazing views of the marina and the whole of the bay. Before departing with ferries from Fethiye, it is a must to visit the beach at Ölüdeniz; one of the most photographed beaches in the world. Of course, there are other beaches and places, which are worthwhile seeing. On Belcekiz Beach one can marvel at the crashing waves or swim in the lagoon and a trip to Saklıkent Gorge with its abundance of natural beauty is out of this world.
Ferry routes Fethiye support passengers to be flexible between Turkey and Greece. Coming from Greece, tourists might want to visit places like the Lycian and Roman ruins in the mountainous Tlos. From there the view over the Xanthos Valley is amazing. Through the Fethiye ferry timetable, visitors can find out how to organize their trip to that town and experience once in a lifetime holidays.