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.

Fethiye is one of Turkey's well-known tourist centers and is especially popular during the summer.
The Fethiye Museum, which is very rich in ancient and more recent artifacts, displays and testifies to the successive chain of civilizations that existed in the area, starting with the ancient Lycians.
Fethiye is also home to the Tomb of Amyntas, a large tomb built in 350 BC by the Lycians.
Some of the other historical sites worth visiting are Kadyanda Ancient City, Kayaköy- old Greek town, Afkule, Gemiler, and Aya Nikola. Most popular touristic towns of Fethiye are Ölüdeniz, Calis Beach area, Hisaronu and Ovacik.

The island Kızılada in the Gulf of Fethiye, which is 4 mi (6.4 km) off the city, is a popular stopover for boat tours. Alternatively, there are great diving sites Afkule being one of the most famous. The Kızılada Lighthouse on the island houses a seafood restaurant and a hostel with nine rooms. Butterfly Valley is in the Fethiye district.