October average temperatures
Highest: 32 - Lowest: 3
Your visit to Turkey wouldn’t be complete without experiencing the lively market bazaars. Stalls spill onto the narrow streets of Fethiye; where merchants display an array of handicrafts, carpets, pottery, jewellery, incense and foodstuffs. The restaurants and bars come alive each night, where you can dine on freshly caught seafood. Wander the streets towards the main square where the sounds of Middle Eastern music is ever present and the air is fragranced with the scent of the pine studded shores.view yachts
Close to the idyllic anchorage of Ekincik is the Dalyan River, an ancient Lycian trading port. Here you find a grand city built on the hilltop which dates back to 400 B.C., one of the most well-known archaeological sites in Turkey. Much of the city is still intact to explore - a theatre, temples, baths, and many other ruins. The area is also well-known for its hot springs and Turkish mud baths and if you’re lucky you can spot a giant loggerhead turtle on one of the area’s beaches!
The crystal clear waters of the Lycian Coast is home to a beautiful world of colourful marine plants and countless species of fish. Craggy rock formations, winding tunnels and caves makes for some fantastic snorkel and dive spots. Visit Afkule, a small cave which leads deeper still to a huge cavern with colourful walls and schools of tropical fish. Scuba diving can be arranged at the nearby town of Fethiye.view yachts