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Welcome to Blue Pages, the premier destination for tourists looking to explore the beautiful port city of Fethiye, Turkey. With its stunning natural harbour, crystal blue waters, and ancient rock tombs, Fethiye is an ideal travel destination for any type of traveler.

At Blue Pages, we offer a variety of tours and activities that will allow you to explore this amazing city and its history. From boat trips around the harbour to guided tours of the tombs, we have something for everyone. Come and join us for an unforgettable experience

Blue Pages is the ultimate destination for experiencing the beauty and culture of Turkey! Our goal is to make sure you have the best and most unique experience this country has to offer. With a variety of activities and trips to choose from, you'll find the perfect way to explore the near-shore islands, beaches, and nature reserves.

We offer day trips by boat, guided tours, and outdoor activities to ensure that your journey in Turkey is full of adventure and relaxation. Whether you're looking for a family-friendly trip or a romantic getaway, we have something for everyone. Come join us and explore the wonders of Turkey

Fethiye is a port city, and district, on Turkey's southwestern Turquoise Coast. It's known for its natural harbor, blue waters and numerous rock tombs including the 4th-century B.C. Tomb of Amyntas, carved into a bluff overlooking the city. Near-shore islands are popular for day trips by boat. In the south, the beach at Ölüdeniz is sheltered by a lagoon, and Butterfly Valley is a designated nature reserve.


The Tomb of Amyntas, also known as the Fethiye Tomb, is an ancient Lycian rock-hewn tomb at ancient Telmessos, in Lycia, which was at the time a satrapy of the Achaemenid Empire. Currently, it is in the district of Fethiye in Muğla Province, located in the Aegean region of Turkey.

Modern Fethiye is located on the site of the Ancient Roman, then Hellenoroman, city of Telmessos, with the Tomb of Amyntas located in the south side of the city in the mountainside, in the base of the mountain. The impressive looking tomb was built in 350 BC, and was named after the Greek inscription on the side of it which reads "Amyntou tou Ermagiou", which translated to English means "Amyntas, son of Hermagios".

The tomb was built by the Lycians, the people who lived in this satrapy of the Persian Empire at the time. The Lycians were a tightly knit confederation of independent city-states, including Telmessos.

Do not mistake the name Amyntas for the Macedonian king Amyntas I of Macedon, satrap of Skudra, and Ancestor of Alexander the Great. Amyntas in this context might be the descendant of the King maker of Cyrus the Great, the Median General Harpagos, who became satrap of Lycia, the first of the Harpagid Dynasty, for his services to Cyrus in his conquest.

What's in Paspatur Bazaar? The bazaar generally hosts colorful shops and cafes such as carpet, rug, Turkish delight, leather and jewelery shops, restaurants. There are very nice bars to take a breather when you get tired and you can see the activity in all 4 seasons. This is not seasonal, it is beautiful in every season of the year, it is a place that has been kept alive not only by tourists but also by the locals of Fethiye for centuries. For this reason, it has become synonymous with the words "Where the heart of the city beats" or "There is life in the city".

When Should I Go to Paspatur Shop? Most of the businesses open at noon. For this reason, it doesn't make much sense to go in the morning. While the bazaar is a place where you can have a quiet touristic trip during the day, if you come back at night, is this the place I came from? It may cause you to hesitate. You can reach the peak of entertainment after 10 at night. Be sure to see it both day and night.

Ece Saray Marina

Ece Saray Marina; Historically, it is the leading marina in its region with a capacity of 460 boats up to 60 meters in length. Ece Marina also pleases its visitors with the additional facilities it provides.

Fethiye Promenade

Fethiye is a wonderful city with its promenade, cafes, port and bazaars. I recommend you to sit on the promenade and relax with the sound of water, dive into the streets and look around, visit historical places, go up to the king's tombs and watch the city from above... Watching the sunset on the promenade is also…

Welcoming those who enter through its doors with its fascinating atmosphere and unique fish stalls, Fethiye Fish Market transforms the usual fishing tradition into a feast with its special ambiance. It guarantees an unforgettable taste and pleasure with flavors that cannot be found anywhere else, fresh fish varieties offered by the Aegean and Mediterranean, and the joy of fasıl sung in unison. We are waiting for you, our valued guests, to Fethiye Fish Market.

Ölüdeniz: Butterfly Valley Boat Trip