Ece Saray

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

1 Karagozler Mevkii, Fethiye, Mugla, 48300, Turkey
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  • Families84
  • Couples92
  • Solo100
  • Business57

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Forum Posts

weather

by pompeymark

iv seen the 10day weather forcast for the fethiye area,and im a little worried to how much more its going to kool down..its gone from about 40 to about 27 in a matter of days..is this normal..or will it get cooler than 27 in the middle of september

Re: weather

by ruffen

Weather IS weather also in Fethiye area. It is normal that it goes quick down, and up and then down etc.... Some sept are hotter than aug, and then you have those that can be more chilly even in Fethiye area.

Re: weather

by technot

i go to marmaris 12th of sep and i have noticed the change in weather over past few days im keepn fingers crossed it gunna be hot when i go lol i went in may and weather was nice im hoping it will be hotter tho
trudy

Re: weather

by pompeymark

i know what you mean..iv been last to years to marmaris,both in mid-sept..but always been in 90's..from what iv seen,be lucky to be in the 80's..warm yes,but not what im use to..

Re: weather

by technot

or well i hope its going to be in the 90s maybe i askn for too much hey i dont care a break ell be good looking for ward to plenty of sunbavn n drinkn lol

Travel Tips for Fethiye

Shops

by Aurorae

All the shops are on the streets, displaying their goods outside. Most of them are carefully and beautifully arranged, but you'll never see the prices (or very rarely, only in markets), because the price depends on YOU. :) Bargain is a must!
Here you see many kinds of oriental spices, and chili peppers are hangind, dried. White stuff is a back rub for hamam.

Paragliding in Olu Deniz

by zizkov

Well, it's the thing that everybody who comes to Olu Deniz does. Everybody who wants to run off a mountain and fly through the air, that is. There are many companies to chose from - I flew with Focus, based mainly on watching pilots coming in to land. It was a very enjoyable experience, though I think my flight was a wee bit shorter than some peoples. I went up on the 1100 trip: this time and 1330 are recommended for the best thermals. Trips are generally available from around 0830 to 1700. This slot was actually full on the day I went (around 10 people) - I got the last reservation two days ahead, so booking at least a bit in advance is recommended.

Cost was 110 YTL (around £45) in June 2008, which I think is around the lower end of the price range. The truck ride up is an experience in itself. As this was the busy time and there were several companies flying, there was a bit of waiting around for set up and take off. All in, the trip, from the truck setting off to desuiting after landing took around 1hr 50 mins. The pilot videoed parts of the flight and some pre/post flight stuff. The video is played back to you after landing - it was good to see, but for me not worth the £20 asked. (Actually, I liked the video of the person next to me at playback better - though maybe as it did have a cute Polish girl in it ;-)).

Pictures in this set are all related to the actual paragliding, I will post aerial views in another tip.

I should point out this is tandem paragliding - safety is paramount. Olu Deniz is of course a fantastic spot for experienced solo pilots, and in fact a couple took a lift up in our truck. Sensible clothing for hot weather is required (a flightsuit and helmet are supplied, and decent trainers for the take off run.

Let Them Eat Cake

by Jetgirly about Ozsut

Ozsut is a chain of bakeries and sweet shops that can be found all over Turkey. I ate a quick indulgence at their location on the waterfront in Fethiye. Service was friendly- if a bit confused about why a single girl is eating cake alone at 3:00 in the afternoon- and the menu had a lot of really yummy-looking treats. I picked up a bit of a pistachio habit in Turkey, so I opted for a slice of their chocolate-pistachio cake and some lemonade. I know the cake wasn't made fresh on site, but it was just as good as anything at an American chain restaurant, and a little lighter and more interesting. I would definitely return to Ozsut for a sweet treat!

Saklikent

by sandysmith

Saklikent is some 45 km from Fethiye and well worth a trip out to this canyon. -second longest in this part of the world at 300 metres deep and 18 kilometers long. The entrance to this canyon is through a wooden passage fastened to the rocks above the stream by iron bars driven into the rocks. Once inside the water of the Xanthos river gushes out from the rocks and forms a stream at zero degrees. This stream has to be waded in to go into the gorge and its peretty chilly on the toes! Plastic shoes can be hired at the entrance but most people used their own.

Fethiye

by suvanki

"Fethiye"

I first visited Fethiye in 1989, my first visit to Turkey. I felt very at home here. Fethiye is still a working town, so there is plenty of local life to see.
I've visited Fethiye quite a few times now, and each time I've enjoyed wandering along the harbour as well as the bazaar and town streets,
Although it's changed over the years, it's not been a drastic change.

I think I'm long overdue a visit, so hopefully it won't be too long before I'm putting upto date tips and pics on here!! In the meanwhile, I'll endeavour to put some of my pics and tips on here asap!

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Address: 1 Karagozler Mevkii, Fethiye, Mugla, 48300, Turkey