Fethiye - Alanya : 335 km
Fethiye - Istanbul : 814 km
Fethiye - Gocek : 35 km
Fethiye - Ankara : 635 km
Fethiye - Oludeniz : 15 km
Fethiye - Izmir : 359 km
Fethiye - Hisaronu : 10 km
Fethiye - Aydýn : 232 km
Fethiye - Ovacik : 7 km
Fethiye - Antalya : 199 Km
Fethiye - Saklikent : 45 km
Fethiye - Denizli : 217 km
Fethiye - Xanthos : 67 km
Fethiye - Nevsehir : 750 km
Fethiye - Letoon : 69 Km
Fethiye - Mugla : 131 km
Fethiye - Patara : 80 km
Fethiye - Dalaman : 55 Km
Fethiye - Pýnara : 47 km
Fethiye - Ortaca : 60 Km
Fethiye - Tlos : 45 km
Fethiye - Koycegiz : 74 Km
Fethiye - Cadianda : 27 km
Fethiye - Marmaris : 130 Km
Fethiye - Calis : 5 km
Fethiye - Datca : 201 Km
Fethiye - Kayakoy : 15 km
Fethiye - Gokova : 108 km
Fethiye - Bodrum : 242 km
Fethiye - Milas : 194 km
Fethiye - Yatagan : 159 km
Fethiye - Kalkan : 80 km
Fethiye - Kas : 103 km
Fethiye - Kemer : 247 km
Fethiye - Pamukkale : 234 km
Fethiye - Efes : 288 km
Fethiye - Kusadasi : 295 km
Dolmus's look like old minibuses, they are cheap but you wouldn't want to go far in them especially in the heat and they can get crowded.
The prices are fixed you pay the driver after telling him where you want to go. Sometimes there is a price list in the window and the destination is on the front.
Well worth the money. We hired 2 scooters for about £8 a day each and a minimum amount for petrol...............they take 95 petrol.
Roads were not that busy but remember as with many places abroad the locals don't take much notice in rules and regulations.
Most of the time you are given Scooters without insurance so don't damage them because if you do you will have to pay....................the same if it gets stolen and make sure you point any damage out before you leave the owner, also note that most travel insurance does not cover you for accidents and injuries to you while riding one and hospital care in Turkey is very expensive.
You should be asked to show your licence when renting but sometimes this detail is missed out. You don't need an international licence from the U.K. but you should have your U.K. licence (both parts).
Although its unlikely that you will get stopped it is illegal not to wear a crash helmet
You can take dolmus from Oludeniz to Fethiye or vice versa ( It is also visiting Hisaronu )
In every hour, also from Fethiye to Kaya Village ( 7 a.m.-22/23 p.m. )
Price: 1.20 EUR app. ( Tip is good, but actually no need )
You are picking up by lifting hand, and getting off by saying "OK" or in Turkish " Musait bi yerde inebilir miyim? " that means " May I get off in an appropriate place "
Ferry starts in May and goes 5 times a week until August ,then it's 6 times but not on Saturdays,until end of September.
Leaves Fethiye at 09.00 be there an hour before at the harbour office just along from the amphitheatre and across from the main pier.
Leaves Rhodes at 16.30 or 17.00.
Takes about 90 minutes and only has room for 120.
Remember to take your passport.
Costs 62 Euros for same day return,1 for children under 6 and 43 for children under 12.
Open return,85 adult,5 under 6,60 under 12.
1way,55 adult,free under 6,38 under 12.
Some good news! I've just learned that Turkish Airlines are now continuing their evening flights from Dalaman to Istanbul and vv through the winter months also, making it alot smoother to tie in with a nighttime flight out of Istanbul for onward travel. Previously it was an early morning flight only during the winter.
You can come from your country or another big city of Turkey br airplane using the Dalaman Airport.It takes 1 -1,5 hours from Dalaman to Fethiye and there are buses of Havas that brings you.
You can buy the tickets of Turkish government's airline THY and also other Turkish airlines like Atlasjet,Onurair,Pegasus Airline etc..
If you make a plan to stay in Fethiye don't forget that there are many choices around Fethiye to see so you can hire a car or a motorbike or just use 'Dolmus' minibuses which are very cheap.Also you can use boat trips..
You can use buses while coming inside Turkey.There are many bus companies hat comes frequently to Fethiye.If you want high class use 'Varan'' and ''Ulusoy'.
But mostly used bus companies are 'Kamil Koc' and 'Metro' .
Get to know your dolmus routes. Stand by the side of the road and stick your arm out and they will stop. Hop on and expect to pay 1 lira (30p) for the ride. Go as far down the route as you like, when you want to get off simply stand up and shout STOP!
There were two routes from Calis Beach to Fethiye, one took you past the hospital, the other through a residential area called Gunlukbasi - look for this sign on the front of the bus and you can't go wrong!
This destination "Lycian Way" is something that you totally do on foot ! If you want to start this route from Fethiye , you can take a local bus from fethiye centre up to oludeniz.just tell to driver to stop nearby Likya Yolu Sign.
You will have a easy trekking till faralya village. and no worries : all route marked by signs and you will also see signs on the way stating how many kilometres left...etc.
The nearest airports are Dalaman Airport (50 km) and Bodrum Airport (255 km). Besides the flights of Turkish Airlines both in summer and winter, it is also possible to benefit from the flights from European cities during tourism season. Antalya Airport, at a distance of three hours from Fethiye, also provides transportation to Fethiye.
Don't miss the chance to take a boat, either for a one day tour or a mini cruise, it is unforgettable experience! They serve meals on board, usually when you are anchored in one of the coves or lagoones with crystal clear water and enchanting colours!
An invention of a certain Italian (so i've heard), a flying boat! Wings are attached to the rubber boat, and when the huge engine starts to rotate, the boat first runs on the water and then it rises up and takes off! It also lands on the sea, and flies back to the beach. It's extremely popular among old English people especially.
The nearest airport is Dalaman, about 50 km from Fethiye (and another 13km to Ölüdeniz), International airport with lots of daily flights to just about anywhere and beautiful surroundings - gread gardens, palm trees, pines, flowers, also restaurants, duty free shops, telephone boxes...