Located at a unique spot in Fethiye, Mugla, the Rixos Premium Gocek Suites & Villas are only 100 km away from the city centre of Mugla. The hotel is at a 20 km distance from Dalaman Airport. Surrounded by an evergreen pine forest, Gocek unites the virgin nature with a magnificent facility with private beaches on the clear and tranquil Aegean coast. After a pleasant breakfast at Rixos Premium Gocek Suites & Villas, you’ll be impatient to set out on a journey to discover the surroundings of Gocek.
Rixos Premium Gocek Suites & Villas are at a 28 km distance from the city centre of Fethiye. A district of Mugla, Fethiye has an enticing atmosphere with world famous natural, cultural and historical sites. Surrounded by Antalya in the east and southeast, Dalaman in the northwest and Denizli and Burdur in the north, Fethiye is a touristic centre with its numerous virgin coves of varying sizes, among which Oludeniz is the best-known.
Combining all the shades of green and blue, Oludeniz in Fethiye is a touristic spot famous for its golden sandy beaches. The sea in Oludeniz is so calm that it earned the place its name meaning literally the “dead sea”. The lagoon in Oludeniz is in the Belcegiz region where you can go paragliding on the beach in tandem with an experienced pilot or enjoy diving into the clear Oludeniz.
The ancient site of Telmessos is the first known settlement in the vicinity of Fethiye. According to the legend, Apollo took the city from his son, Telmessos and the roots of the city date back to 5th century B.C. The place is a remarkable attraction for archaeology enthusiasts. In addition, you can also visit the Tlos ruins in the Yaka Village comprising an Acropolis, agora, bath and a theatre.
The guests spending their vacation at the Rixos Premium Göcek Suites & Villas should definitely take the chance to take an excursion to discover the amazing ancient cities of Xanthos and Letoon. The largest administrative centre of Lycia in ancient times, Xanthos near the Kinik Village is approximately 50 km away from Fethiye. Lycian traditions and Hellenistic and Roman times have been influential on every single stone set by the civilisations that flourished here. Letoon, the religious centre of Lycia during the ancient times, is only 4 km away from Xanthos. The temple of Leto - dedicated to Leto, mother to Artemis and Apollo - and the temples of Apollo and Artemis are also situated here. Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1988, Letoon is a must see venue for history enthusiasts from around the world.
If you enjoy a treasure hunt, the Valley of Butterflies is one of the most interesting destinations you might want to see with its uniquely virgin nature. Within the boundaries of Oludeniz, the valley of Butterflies is on the skirts of Babadag. Surrounded by rocks and enriched by a waterfall, the valley is named after the endemic butterfly species including the rare jersey tiger living here. A travel adventure into the heart of the nature is awaiting you.
With its untouched nature at the corner of the Aegean and the Mediterranean, Dalyan is a very special place uniting history with nature. With its beaches, caretta caretta turtles, mud baths, and thermal facilities, Dalyan is a favourite destination for daily excursions. You can enjoy the sea on the Iztuzu Turtle Beach or go for an unforgettable journey on River Dalyan.
Approximately 8 km away from Fethiye, Kayakoy is a regular destination visited by archaeology enthusiasts. Known as ''Karmylassos'' during the Lycian times, the ruins in Kayakoy is one of the ancient cities that witnessed the history with its enticing atmosphere. A number of significant architectural features such as stone houses, cisterns, and chapels await you in Kayakoy.
Approximately 60 km away from the centre of Fethiye, the Saklikent Canyon is a magnificent place you shouldn’t miss during your stay at the Rixos Premium Gocek Suites & Villas. The 200 m. bridge along the steep ridges of the canyon gives you a unique view of the valley and the stream at the bottom. If you are planning a one-day excursion to the heart of the nature, Saklikent should be your first choice.
Imagine a magical place where the emerald green forests intersect with the deep blue of the open sea and all the shades of turquoise in the quiet coves and around the numerous tiny islands... Well, this is pretty much the description of Gocek. Hop in a boat and enjoy the adventure on Gocek Island, Tersane Island, Domuz Island, Yassica Islands, Kizilada, Tavsan Island, and Katrancik Island just to name a few...