Hit the modern town of Kas, that occupies the site of ancient Antiphellos. Take a kayaking trip to sunken ruins around Kekova and Kaleköy near Kas. Remember Üçagiz, which sits on the site of ancient Teimiussa. Climb up to the stunning location on a peninsula hilltop across the water from Uçagiz, the medieval Kaleköy Castle, the site of ancient Simena. Ride next to Demre, site of ancient Myra, where St. Nicholas was famously the bishop. Appreciate the medieval domed Basilica of St. Nicholas, an important pilgrimage destination for those of the Orthodox Christian faith, preserved in its original 11th-century form.
Or choose a snorkeling boat trip with a tender and equipment to about four of the surrounding area's top snorkeling spots, with ruins and shipwrecks to be seen as you snorkel on the surface.
Go a bit further to the ancient town of Limyra, one of the oldest settlements in Lycia, with remains of a Byzantine church and Roman theater. Hike to countless Lycian rock tombs near Fethiye.
Hunt for nightlife and countless resorts at Marmaris. Sail to the largest and historically the most important of the Dodecanese islands, Rhodes. Enjoy one of the best and the lengthiest trekking paths in Turkey, the Lycian Way, that connects cities of Fethiye and Antalya and lies close to the sea coast.
Try deniz böcülcesi (sea beans), fava (broad beans), atom (yogurt with fried chili peppers) and patlıcan salata (grilled eggplant salad), if you are into vegetables, and cupra (sea bream) and levrek (sea bass), if are into fish dishes.