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The turquoise Turkish coast is home to another spectacular beach known for its pristine waters and white sand. Along with swimming and snorkeling, tourists can hire kayaks here, or enjoy the banana-boat rides, donuts and para-sailing. With a negligible entrance fee, the beach is home small cafes prefect for refreshments and sun-bathing. A perfect spot for family-time with kids, the beach also offers an intimate spot for lovers.
Kayaköy has been deserted since 1923 and is a ghost town with crumbling buildings. It was home to many Greeks who were forced to abandon their homes after the Greco-Turkish War, where Greece lost badly. The empty, roofless houses, churches, cisterns and fountains now ravaged by time and weather, gives it an ancient look, as if it were centuries old. UNESCO adopted Kayaköy as a World Friendship and Peace Village. It is indeed a grim reminder of what wars can do to a nation and its people.
Fethiye Archaeological Museum is one place through which you can explore the history of Fethiye. The museum does not have much grandeur but has many collections from local findings. It is located in the city's town hall and covers all the main historical periods. There are many fascinating artifacts, relics, murals and ancient object on display. Call ahead to know more.