With origins that date back to the 2nd Century BC, the Fethiye Amphitheatre is considered to be a treasure in the region and is one of the most visited attractions in Fethiye. The site was once a massive theatre that was capable of accommodating up to 6000 people and ancient structures of Roman columns and crumbling stone seats can still be identified amidst the ruins. Though the site was discovered only during the late 1990s, it is considered to be a prominent landmark in Fethiye and plans are being made to excavate and tidy up the Fethiye Amphitheatre with hopes of restoring its majestic appeal.
Free of charge
Not applicable (daytime visits are recommended)
Around 30 – 40 minutes
Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults, Children
Fallen Roman columns and stone pillars
Mosques in the vicinity of the Fethiye Amphitheatre include mosques within the city limits of Fethiye such as The Old Mosque, Tokgoz Mosque, Karagozler Mosque and YeniHamidiye. Plenty of private area is also available for visitors to make use of during prayer times.
ElizanOtel inFethiye is a popular spot serving Halal food. Access to Halal food will not be too difficult in Fethiye, but it is recommended that visitors check with restaurant owners about the preparation of food prior to dining.