TLOS : Spectacular in the spring with snow on the mountains that stand tall behind the theatre it’s an interesting site because of the presence of the Ottoman fortress of ‘Bloody Ali’ a local brigand in addition to the Lycian and Roman remains.The Lycian structures are augmented by Byzantine buildings including the obvious remnants of a large church with fascinating mosaics hidden beneath the sandy gravel and plastic sheeting put there recently to protect them. For the really keen a circuit of the remaining city walls is possible but you’ll need some tough clothing and a good reason. The views from the top of the hill are nice.
YAKAKÖY : Visit Yakaköy trout farm and water gardens, a little corner of heaven created by man..
LUNCH : Lunch is served at a local restaurant before we walk into the spectacular Saklikent Gorge, the longest and deepest in Turkey.
SAKLIKENT : High in the mountains above Fethiye, rushing torrents of icy cold water cut a narrow gorge through the mountains over thousands of years, creating Saklikent Gorge. A natural wonder, the resulting canyon is 300 metres deep and 18 kilometers long and offers visitors one of the most breathtaking excursions in all of Turkey. Saklikent Gorge has walls reaching a height of 300 metres and is navigateable for the first 18 kilometres. Saklikent in Turkish means "Hidden City".. The walls are so high that they cut out most of the sunlight and the fresh spring waters that flow through are freezing cold!. A cool refuge on hot summer days, Saklikent Gorge is a favourite picnic spot where rustic restaurants overhanging the river serve delicious fresh trout and other local delicacies.
RAFTING : It's up to you to do rafting in cold freezing water of Saklıkent Gorge where it takes about 30-35 minutes with proffesional guide and equipment.
MUD BATH : After the trek, some lunch and a little nap ,stop off for a mud bath or a mud fight!
PATARA BEACH : Patara beach with its sand stretching for miles,mountains along its length and the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, is a beach well worth a visit for the day, it is also a national park and home to many birds, as well as the breeding ground for the endangered Loggerhead turtle. The beach was once the celebrated harbour of Patara, it now has a very relaxing area where you can have a meal and a drink in the beach bar and for afters swing away your time in a hammock or relax on their comfy cushions.
LAST STOP ON THE WAY BACK : We stop for 30 minutes break as a last stop on the way back to the hotel where you can go for a swim or get cold drink and refresh yourself.About 19:30 20:00 we drop you back to the hotel.