Orka Club Hotel & Villas

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Mahalle Ovacik Koyu, Fethiye, 48300, Turkey
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Weather in Fethiye June / July

by jleroi


My wife and I are planning to visit Fethiye (and the coast from Bodrum to Kas) either the first week in June or first in July. We want to make sure it is hot enough to enjoy the beach and a swim, but not so hot and humid that we're running for air conditioning every two hours. What time do you feel is the better of the two?

many thanks!

Re: Weather in Fethiye June / July

by brotherleelove

Mid to late June will be perfect weather. After that it will get VERY hot!

Re: Weather in Fethiye June / July

by Tdiver

Use this
In the left hand menu is also a 5 day and cities and holiday resorts maps
and at the bottom a sea surface temp map

Re: Weather in Fethiye June / July

by Sirvictor

Kas (speak:Kash)is at east of Fethiye. Bodrum is at west. The distance between Fethiye to Bodrum is too far.

Re: Weather in Fethiye June / July

by ricky52

June:- the weather is perfect, not too hot during the day and pleasent in the evenings.
July:- can get very hot and the usual precautions should be taken, sun block and drink plenty of water.

Kas to Bodrum in one week is not pratical even if you are driving a car.
I did 1,500 miles (2,400klm) on my last trip to Turkey but I had two weeks to do it in.
Enjoy Turkey.

Re: Weather in Fethiye June / July

by Lyndra

If you are not keen on oppressive heat and humidity, stick with June when there are more breezes and the temperature can be 10-15 degrees less than late July/August. Ther sea temp is tolerable in both months.
I agree with other posters about your timescale - that is quite a large area for a week. You may not find that enjoyable as you will spend so long in your car. I hope you enjoy your visit :o)

Re: Weather in Fethiye June / July

by jleroi

Thanks for the replies. We won't try to do the whole coast in a week - just not sure where we will be going - somewhere between Bodrum and Kas for sure.

Late July is out, so thanks for confirming that. I'm choosing between first week in June and first week in July. Which do you think will have better weather for swimming and enjoying the beach?

Thanks again!

Re: Weather in Fethiye June / July

by brotherleelove

To be safe, the first week of July, but it could also be blisteringly hot then!

Re: Weather in Fethiye June / July

by ricky52

The first time we went to Turkey, we went in May, it was warm enough to swim in the sea then.

Re: Weather in Fethiye June / July

by canadiantrav

I would agree with the rest that the better weather would be the first part of June..however last year a record breaking heatwave took place in the coastal areas at the end of June...it was a dry heat with is easier to cope with than a humid heat...

Travel Tips for Fethiye


by sandysmith

Oludeniz is 12 kms from Fethiye, on the south west coast of Turkey and is a popular tourist destination for its beautiful lagoon with the Babadag (means Father mountain) mountain as a backdrop. We stayed here for a couple of weeks for an idylic holiday - you can be as lazy or as active as you like. The view of the lagoon we saw as we desceded from the abandoned greek village of Kayakoy is an abiding memory - such a beautiful landscape. Short of paragliding, which I wasn't brave enough(or mad enough) to try this was the most scenic view of the famous lagoon that I had.

Climate in Fethiye

by Leipzig

Rainy season: from October to May, mostly dry in the summer
Avg. Temp. in Spring: max.: 13 – 24°C ( 55 - 75°F ); min: 4 - 12°C ( 39 - 53°F )
Avg. Temp. in Summer: max.: 29 – 33°C ( 85 - 82°F ); min: 17 - 20°C ( 62 - 68°F )
Avg. Temp. in Autumn: max.: 15 – 28°C ( 59 - 82°F); min: 6 - 16°C ( 43 – 60°F )
Avg. Temp. in Winter: max.: 9 – 10°C ( 48 - 50°F); min: 1 - 3°C ( 34 - 38°F )

Watertemperature: in winter around 15°C ( 59°F ), in summer around 24°C ( 75°F) in average.

Magical Meals

by Jetgirly about Ekizoglu's Place

Kayakoy is a magical place- a "ghost town" just outside Fethiye. Ekizoglu's Place is a magical restaurant- a family-run gem steps away from the entrance to Kayakoy and the dolmus stop. I stopped here for breakfast before visiting Kayakoy. I was the only guest but I was never treated like an inconvenience. Instead, I was encouraged to try menemen- a Turkish breakfast speciality. I received a deep plate of sauteed peppers and tomatoes. Underneath was a tiny bit of rice, and over top was a fried egg. This was served with some of the freshest bread I'd ever eaten- the entire time I was in the restaurant, from being seated to walking out the door, a woman sat beside the fireplace and kneaded dough. Ekizoglu's Place serves fresh, local, home-style cooking at its best. If you're going to visit Kayakoy, make sure to schedule a meal (or two!) here.


by artonice

There is a very small Island near Fethiye .Few people lives there and there are few hotels to stay.It's protected by the government because there are ruins everywhere in the island.
You can reach this island easily from Calis by small boats.It's very close to both Calis and Fethiye.You can also can stay in the Island.There are some little hotels.

Fethiye (obviously).

by leics

Only spent a couple of hours in Fethiye.....just enough to have a wander round, looking at what there was to look at. Seems like a fairly busy place, lots of boats of all types in the harbour area, plenty of stalls and little shops in the bazaar. It's not entirely focused on tourism (which is good). An earthquake in 1957 (and a previous one in 1857)reduced much of the town to rubble,
so it's not particularly historically interesting. There's a Crusader fortress on one of the hills overlooking the town, and Lycian rock tombs, but it was far too hot to even consider visiting them.

I liked this statue of Fethi Bey, a pilot hero who is commemorated in the town's name (it was called Makri until the 1930's).

The Roman amphitheatre has been fairly recently excavated and cleaned up. There are some really detailed carvings (one of which almost replicates a carving I saw in the Forum in Rome) but I was saddened to see graffiti sprayed on some of the stones. There seems to be a world-wide desire to make one's mark. Just wish it wasn't played out on archaeology. Hmmmmmmm.

In ancient times, Fethiye was the town of Telmessos (captured by Alexander in 334 BC). The later town was built around the massive stone sarcophagi of these ancient Lycians. Dating from around 450 BC, they can still be seen in streets and gardens. The boat-shaped top represented the boat needed for the journey to the afterlife (so a tour guide told me, anyway.....and it makes archaeological sense).

Fethiye would probably make a good touring base. The dolmus system is cheap, frequent and extensive and there are plenty of boat trips available from the harbour. But there isn't really enough there to hold one's interest for more than a few hours. It is, after all, a small market town.....and there's nothing wrong with that at all.


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