If you want to have a unique holiday experience intertwined with nature, you should visit Faralya. Faralya is very suitable for enjoying green and blue in Muğla. Faralya, also known as Uzunyurt, is in the Fethiye district of Muğla province. The village, which has a Mediterranean climate and is 440 meters above sea level, is 25 kilometers from Fethiye. Hosting historical Roman and Lycian ruins, Butterfly Valley, Kabak Bay, and various natural riches within an area of 40 kilometers, Faralya is a paradise on earth.
Paragliding is the first thing that comes to mind when Fethiye is mentioned. Faralya is also a very suitable location for paragliding. The village is located at the foot of Babadağ, so paragliding here will be quite enjoyable. If you are not experienced in paragliding, experienced pilots can accompany you. You will witness marvelous views on the journey that will take 25-45 minutes. In other words, Faralya is not only a quiet holiday location intertwined with nature, but also an address of adrenaline.
Another thing you must do in Faralya is to visit the Butterfly Valley. Butterfly Valley is an area that is home to more than 80 different types of butterflies. You should definitely go for a long walk here. You can be sure that you will truly experience being in nature.
After a wonderful tour in Butterfly Valley, your next stop should be Kabak Bay. Kabak Bay will give you a unique experience with its deep blue and clear sea. Besides, there are other bays around this bay. You can take a pleasant boat tour to see them too. The starting point of these tours is usually Ölüdeniz.
Fethiye is home to significant ancient settlements that once belonged to the Lycian civilization. Thus, the area and the holiday resorts within its borders attract not only entertainment seekers but also travelers who enjoy cultural tours. You can easily reach some of the historical settlements that are close to both holiday resorts by public transport. For a different experience, you can join safari or ATV tours.