1 Kaya Köyü
Abandoned Greek Orthodox village near Fethiye, an emotive relic of the 1923 population exchange.
2 The Lycian Way
This waymarked long-distance trail – linking coves, ruins and mountains – is ideal in low season.
3 Dalyan river life
Whether watching the waters slide by or being ferried downstream to a glorious beach, the river makes Dalyan the resort it is.
Perhaps the most dramatically sited of Lycia’s numerous ancient cities.
Roman ruins behind a great sweep of sandy beach that’s among the longest strands in the entire Mediterranean.
Set opposite the Greek islet of Kastellórizo, this is one of the most congenial resorts on this coast.
Eerie seascapes and submerged ruins make these inlets an ideal arena for sea-kayakers.
A paradise for nature lovers, with a turtle-nesting beach and an ancient city, backed by the spectacular foothills of Mount Tahtalı.