It is a rock tomb carved into the rocks from the 4th century BC in the city center. Amintas is reached with nearly a hundred smooth steps. The view of Fethiye and the sea from here is wonderful. These tombs, which were built for the high-status people of the period and formed on the rocks suitable for carving and processing, became the symbol of the city over time. This tomb is easily seen from the plain below, and the closer it gets, the greater the admiration for its size. In the middle of the left column, BC. 4th century “Amintas, son of Herpamis” is written with the alphabet. The identity of this person is not known exactly. There are many sarcophagi worth seeing in the district. It has a rectangular, wooden beam-like carvings and a gothic style arched cover on its two-floor front. Both sides of the cover are decorated with frescoes depicting wars, which are thought to be related to the life of the person lying in the tomb.
Ghost Town (Kayaköy) is one of the most important witnesses of the recent historical past in Anatolia, is 8 km away from Fethiye town center and resembles a ghost village with its abandoned stone houses. Kayaköy, an old Greek village, is among the places to visit around Fethiye with its stone houses, churches, and magnificent scenery lined up in its narrow streets in a rugged geography. At the same time, by reaching the summit of the village, you can take magnificent pictures with the stunning sea view that will welcome you on the other side.
Butterfly Valley Viewpoint
Attracting travelers with its scenery, sea and butterflies, Butterfly Valley viewpoint is a must-stop destination in Fethiye. The valley, which is located within the borders of Uzunyurt Street, 9 km from the Ölüdeniz beach in Fethiye district of Muğla and surrounded by steep rocky walls reaching 350 meters in height, takes its name from more than 80 butterfly species that live in the valley. One of the two main features of the valley is that it is minimally affected by environmental pollution because it is isolated from the outer world by the sea and steep cliffs, and the other feature is that the valley has turned into a natural life park after conservation efforts.