Fethiye Market

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Fethiye's town square becomes a large market every Tuesday, with hundreds of sellers setting up shop. Shopping in Fethiye is a must, as it is home to one of the largest marketplaces along Turkey's renowned Turquoise Coast. The Fethiye markets are an experience for all of your senses, from the frantic atmosphere to the exotic scents and flavors to the seemingly limitless supply of delicious sweets and snacks. There is something for everyone at the local market, whether you want to buy souvenirs or try some local fare. 

Tuesdays and Fridays are market days in Fethiye. In Fethiye's market, only vegetables are sold on Fridays. The Fethiye market is held every Tuesday and is conveniently located directly below the city stadium. Bargaining is an expected and accepted practice in the Fethiye market in Turkey, so do not be shy about doing it. Remember that this only applies to nonperishable goods like apparel and trinkets and not to perishables like fresh fruits and vegetables. It is best to ask the vendor for a price, as most things will not have them listed. 

The crowds in the Fethiye Turkey Market are always intense. Many Turks come to Fethiye to trade goods with others. It is also a common stop for day-trippers and other vacationers. It implies that if you go in the morning, you will avoid the majority of the crowds. 

How to explore Fethiye Market? 

  • Most famous for its leather goods, including shoes and purses, Turkish carpets, seasonal fruits and vegetables, and cheeses, shopping at the Tuesday market is a fun experience. 
  • You can also find olive oil, marinated and smoked olives, and a wide variety of oriental spices and delights. If you ask the street vendor for something spicy, she will immediately combine a handful of corn nuts with several tablespoons of chili powder. 
  • Go to the enormous candy and nut section to buy some sugared sesame nuts and peanuts with a crunchier coating. 
  • Souvenirs, replicas of high-end brands, high-quality towels and bedding, and more may all be found there at affordable prices. 
  • Try out this local delicacy that hits the spot perfectly well. It is about mixing some pomegranate juice with your orange juice. 
  • These stands only serve one type of meal: Turkish pancakes. These thin, flaky flatbreads are called Gozlome. They can be stuffed with ingredients anything from cheese and honey to minced meat and spinach. The enormous bowls of garnish that are traditionally placed on each table are another distinctive feature of this traditional meal. Pickled red cabbage, chili peppers, and other tasty toppings are offered as delicious add-ons. In order to fully appreciate the deliciousness of your pancakes, you must add these. 
  • When you are satisfied shopping in Fethiye, head to the bay for a breathtaking view of the Amintas Tomb. Amintas ruled over Telmessos as one of the Lycian kings (the ancient name of Fethiye). 
  • The Greek ruins of Kayakoy (Kaya village in Turkish) are also open to tourists, lie in the neighborhood of this market.
  • imageDuration Required
    2 hours

Address of Fethiye Market

Fethiye 48300 Turkey

Opening & Closing time of Fethiye Market

  • Monday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Tuesday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Wednesday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Thursday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Friday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Saturday
    Open 24 Hours
  • Sunday
    Open 24 Hours

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