Without doubt the best bar in Fethiye. Get a beer and a waterpipe then just sit back and people watch in the old town... Read more.
Get the meze platter for a great introductory sample of Turkish starter courses. If you aren't sure what you fancy then ask the friendly owner Doğan to help you decide. Read more.
Get a load of king prawns (shelled) from the fish market and then ask one of the restaurants to cook them up with garlic and chillies. Beautiful! Read more.
The best place for coffee in the whole of Fethiye. Great food too. Ask the lovely Berat for the köfte (turkish meatballs). Indoor garden room at the back is cool in summer and warm in winter. Read more.
Chill with a beer on Çalış beach. It's one of the very few very good bars on this stretch Read more.
With views all over Fethiye, this is one of the best places to spend a day around the pool. The sunset from here is spectacular. If you're on a budget, then the Sundial Burger is cheap and filling. Read more.
Visit the Fethiye Rock Tombs and then catch the sunset with a meal at King's Garden Restaurant just below. Free pick-up & drop-off service available. Read more.
If it's good enough for James Bond, it's good enough for us! The köfte sandwich is big enough for two people to share at lunchtime - and lovely too! Read more.
Buy a Fethiyespor shirt or scarf - and go to support the local football team while you're in town Read more.
Grab one of the best pides (Turkish pizzas) in the whole Fethiye area. Ten Pin bowling is also available underneath the restaurant. Read more.
If you are looking for great views over Fethiye without too much effort then get in the lift and head up to Cafe Park Teras for a drink Read more.
Wander round the shops and bars of Paspatur, Fethiye's lovely Old Town. Read more.
Free sunbeds on the beach if you have a few drinks or some food. Stay around for a great sunset. Read more.
Great place to swim on a not-too-crowed beach. See if you swim to the island and back! Read more.
Walk the steps up to Fethiye's Lycian Tombs and take some photos of the 4th Century BC Amyntas Rock Tomb. Look back at the stunning views over Fethiye. Read more.