Where Blue and Green Meet: Butterfly Valley

When you combine all the elements to promote an azure seaside town, a remote resort or a campsite in greenery in one post, you will begin to define Butterfly Valley. Fethiye’s unique region of Faralya Village, in the province of Mugla, was declared a first-degree protected area on February 8, 1995, and there is no construction permitted.

Prepare to have lush green and azure dreams in Butterfly Valley while immersed in nature.

Why Butterfly Valley?

Surrounded by steep cliffs reaching 50 metres, the valley is named after its habitat of more than 80 species of butterflies, especially the Tiger Butterfly. A waterfall, which falls from a 50-metre-high hill where the valley rests its back, flows through the middle of the valley and into the sea. In this unique region, where there is no construction, fresh water flows into the sea, butterflies fly in the air, and flora and fauna are preserved. Butterfly Valley is popular among those seeking to immerse themselves in nature and wanting peace on their holiday.

Discover the dance of the stars

As the valley is suitable for trekking and climbing, tours to the surrounding bays are also popular. With small boats departing from the valley, you can take tours to the Knight Island, Samanlık, Aquarium, Dalyan, Kizilada and Calis Beach and enjoy the clean blue sea. To reach Butterfly Valley, you must first go to Oludeniz and take one of the boats departing from the beach. And don’t forget to look up to the sky and watch the stars dance.


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