Fethiye sits between the highway running east west along the Southern Turkish Coast and the sea. Anyone that travels that road and who has never turned off to see what Fethiye has to offer is making a mistake; there is so much to see and do in Fethiye.
Locally there are dolmus mini-buses and taxis though it makes sense to check on the likely price before getting in.
Dalaman International Airport is around 45 minutes away to the west. It has daily domestic flights to Istanbul with ongoing links all over the world.
The direct flights begin in March with planes coming from many cities throughout Europe. Every regional airport in the UK, London Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham and Glasgow are just 5 of them. The flight time is just over 4 hours with British Airways, Easyjet, Thomas Cook, Pegasus and Turkish Airlines regular visitors. Many tour companies offer all-in packages, flights and accommodation options in Fethiye.
The National Bus services are excellent. There are air-conditioned coaches heading east and west, then ultimately north to Izmir and Istanbul. Those flying in to Dalaman can be heading east as far as Kalkan and Kas or west to Marmaris and down the Peninsula to Datca. While many will be travelling with their holiday package provider, independent travellers are well able to get along this coastline under their own steam.
Some people prefer to travel independently and those who decide to hire a car and explore for themselves will find the road system good and fairly straightforward.
There are regular connections between Fethiye and the Greek Island of Rhodes while plenty of people arrive in Fethiye while coming in from their cruising down the coastline on gulet or yacht.
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