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Hostel Chillsteps

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4.1km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location
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  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Hello lovely people out there! We want to offer you the best ways to chill and relax in our brand new wonderful hostel. We intend to make you relax and happy in any way, and if you want to experience... More...

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Hotel Dove Apart

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
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Beautiful and affordable accommodation located in the Chal?sh area of Fethiye. Centrally located, Hotel Dove Apart is just 400 meters away from the beach and just a stones throw away from the main res... More...

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Sakura Hostel

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3.8km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
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Sakura Hostel is a new hostel, which opened 2017 offering comfortable rooms and balconies and a communal kitchen.... More...

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Hotel Oludeniz

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11.5km from city centre - Show on Map
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Free Breakfast

Located just 300 meters from the wonderful Oludeniz beach with its amazing lagoon, this quiet, family hotel offers relaxing accommodations and great facilities for guests of all ages.

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Blue Bells Hostel

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3.5km from city centre - Show on Map
8.6
Fabulous 9
  • Perfect Location
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

A new brand hostel in Fethiye! Blue Bells Hostel awaits you at the most central point of Fethiye where you can feel the hospitality and warmth of Fethiye.

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Hush Hostel Fethiye

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1.9km from city centre - Show on Map
8.6
Fabulous 10
  • Wonderful Location
  • Marvellous Staff
Free WiFi

Hush Hostel locates at Çalış Beach which is the closest one to Fethiye downtown. Çalış Beach ranked as 'the most fabulous sunset view beach' list in Turkey.
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Kilim Apart Hotel

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1.6km from city centre - Show on Map
8.7
Fabulous 36
  • Marvellous Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Kilim apart hotel will offer you the holiday of your dreams!... More...

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HZD Apartments Hostel

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3.1km from city centre - Show on Map
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HZD Apartments Hostel offers private and shared rooms with great value!... More...

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Ten Apart Hotel

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
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Ten Apart Hotel offers fully furnished apartments and economy rooms in Fethiye, Turkey.... More...

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Yonca Lodge

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7.6km from city centre - Show on Map
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Free Breakfast

Located in the midst of the ruins of ancient Lycia, Yonca Lodge is an excellent Turkey beach property near Fethiye on the south west coast.... More...

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Named for its deep blue waters and natural harbour, the shores of the Turquoise Coast and their promised allure don't disappoint. Once the ancient Greek city of Telmessos, Fethiye is now part of Turkey, but you can still see the ruins of the amphitheatre overlooking the bay. Today, its harbour is full of gülets (Turkish yachts), as boats head out to the nearby islands scattered off the coast. A popular spot for watersports such as stand-up paddleboarding and snorkelling, it's also the start of famously scenic Lycian Way, a long-distance hiking trail.

Hostels in Fethiye are spread through the town and along the coast. You can stay in an eco-friendly hostel surrounded by greenery, family-run accommodation by the harbour, or chic rooms in Fethiye's Old Town. Several Fethiye hostels offer free breakfast – sometimes served on a rooftop terrace with sea views. Options include traditional Turkish-style eggs and börek sausage, as well as vegetarian and vegan. To relax, choose a Fethiye hostel with a swimming pool. If you're keen to get out and explore, go for one with bike and car rental.

Pretty Paspatur is Fethiye's Old Town. There's a long promenade along the waterfront, small shops, a lively fish market, and a popular photo spot in a street under a canopy of dozens of strung-up umbrellas. On the other side of the bay is serene Çalış Plajı beach. Outside Fethiye, places to explore include Ölüdeniz and its blue lagoon, and the abandoned town of Kayaköy. Accessed by boat to the south, Butterfly Valley nature reserve has a white beach and plunging rocky cliffs.

Ancient relics to see in Fethiye include the 4th-century Tomb of Amyntas and the Kaunos Rock Tombs (over 2,000 years old) both tucked into hillside alcoves. Follow one of the world's deepest ravines at the 18km-long Saklikent Gorge and even wade in the rushing waters below. Thrill-seekers can try wakeboarding, or paraglide from the top of Mount Babadağ for soaring views of the region. 

From Dalaman Airport you can rent a car (it's 45 minutes' drive to Fethiye), or take a taxi to Otogar bus station (around 15 minutes' drive) and then a bus to Fethiye (taking about one hour). There are buses to Fethiye from a number of other Turkish cities; the journey from Ankara takes roughly 9 hours, and from Istanbul it's around 12.5 hours. To get around in Fethiye, you can rent a car, motorbike or bicycle, catch local buses, or take ferries along the coast.

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We have 10 hostels in Fethiye with an average rating of 8.7 based on 1,157 reviews 10 of 10 properties available in Fethiye

About Fethiye

Named for its deep blue waters and natural harbour, the shores of the Turquoise Coast and their promised allure don't disappoint. Once the ancient Greek city of Telmessos, Fethiye is now part of Turkey, but you can still see the ruins of the amphitheatre overlooking the bay. Today, its harbour is full of gülets (Turkish yachts), as boats head out to the nearby islands scattered off the coast. A popular spot for watersports such as stand-up paddleboarding and snorkelling, it's also the start of famously scenic Lycian Way, a long-distance hiking trail.

Hostels in Fethiye are spread through the town and along the coast. You can stay in an eco-friendly hostel surrounded by greenery, family-run accommodation by the harbour, or chic rooms in Fethiye's Old Town. Several Fethiye hostels offer free breakfast – sometimes served on a rooftop terrace with sea views. Options include traditional Turkish-style eggs and börek sausage, as well as vegetarian and vegan. To relax, choose a Fethiye hostel with a swimming pool. If you're keen to get out and explore, go for one with bike and car rental.

Pretty Paspatur is Fethiye's Old Town. There's a long promenade along the waterfront, small shops, a lively fish market, and a popular photo spot in a street under a canopy of dozens of strung-up umbrellas. On the other side of the bay is serene Çalış Plajı beach. Outside Fethiye, places to explore include Ölüdeniz and its blue lagoon, and the abandoned town of Kayaköy. Accessed by boat to the south, Butterfly Valley nature reserve has a white beach and plunging rocky cliffs.

Ancient relics to see in Fethiye include the 4th-century Tomb of Amyntas and the Kaunos Rock Tombs (over 2,000 years old) both tucked into hillside alcoves. Follow one of the world's deepest ravines at the 18km-long Saklikent Gorge and even wade in the rushing waters below. Thrill-seekers can try wakeboarding, or paraglide from the top of Mount Babadağ for soaring views of the region. 

From Dalaman Airport you can rent a car (it's 45 minutes' drive to Fethiye), or take a taxi to Otogar bus station (around 15 minutes' drive) and then a bus to Fethiye (taking about one hour). There are buses to Fethiye from a number of other Turkish cities; the journey from Ankara takes roughly 9 hours, and from Istanbul it's around 12.5 hours. To get around in Fethiye, you can rent a car, motorbike or bicycle, catch local buses, or take ferries along the coast.