Olu Deniz is located in the neighborhood of Fethiye, and takes its name from the Dead Sea. As it is understood, the name of the Dead Sea is so because it maintains calm even during the periods when high waves form around the coasts.
It was chosen as the most beautiful beach in the world in 2006 with 82% of votes, because it is surrounded by pine forest its natural wonder.
Butterfly Valley is located on the shores of Olu Deniz, it hosts more than 80 kinds of butterflies. The very rare tiger butterfly in the world has chosen the valley as its living area and is seen in colonies. The 50-meter waterfall that leaves the village of Faralya flows into the valley and creates a magnificent view.
Despite the fact that there are so many places to visit and see in Fethiye, the hidden city is one of the most important places that should not be passed. The canyon was discovered 26 years ago by a shepherd. The snow melting in the mountains glides through the canyon and creates a foamy appearance. For this, even in the hottest periods there is always a flow of cool water.
By joining Fethiye 12 Islands Tour, you can visit the Blue Cave, Nicholas İsland, Aquarium Bay, Camel Beach and the Valley of Butterflies. The start time is 11.00 and the end of the tour is 17:30. Places to stop in this tour; Akvayrum Bay, Yassica Island, Red Island, Gocek Island and Rabbit Island.
Paragliding off the Babadag Mountain in Fethiye, is known among the best paragliding centers of the world, enjoy and have the opportunity to watch the unique view of Olu Deniz.
In the center, where thousands of local and foreign tourists fly every year, adventurers experience moments of adrenaline in the sky, while watching the blue of Olu Deniz different tones
When you come to Fethiye, we recommend that they do not leave Fethiye without a jeep safari. One Jeep safari you can experience is the historical trip to all the beauty of Saklıkent. We start with TLOS first. Tlos is a city that follows the traces of 4 different empires with a history of 4000 years. Yaka Village is famous for the abundance of cold water sources and trout farms as well.