Trip Planner : Europe / Turkey / Turkish Aegean Coast / Mugla Province / Fethiye / Historic Sites / Tlos
Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
Now in ruins, Tlos once served as the bustling urban center of ancient Lycia. According to legend, this site was home of the hero Bellerophon. One of the city's rock tombs allegedly belongs to him and bears a relief portraying the hero riding his famous horse, Pegasus. After the Lycians, the Romans took over the city, building a stadium and an amphitheatre whose remains you can still see. You can also view monuments of Byzantine and Ottoman architecture. The site is quite large and hilly, and a thorough exploration requires a bit of hiking over uneven terrain, so be sure to bring adequate footwear. Put Tlos at the forefront of your travel plans using our Fethiye travel itinerary planner.
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This was the second stop a a bus tour we did. Two seperate sites to this location. I chose to go up to the summit of the Fortress, and although it was extremly hot day,I climbed straight up- rather th... read more »
Yoldan geçerken bakmanız yeterli boşuna ücret ödemeyim. kişi başı 5tl. tepeye kadar çıktık ama bi espirisi yok. araçla yanından geçerken bakmanız yeterli bence.You just have to look while crossing the road to no avail at no cost. € 5 per person. We went all the way up to the top, but a genius. you just have to look pass drive.show original
We stopped at Tlos whilst on a Jeep Safari (which is also a good thing to do) and was gobsmacked by the place. just round the corner is the Roman Stadium, which is amazing. Only wish the Turkish would... read more »
A place that holds diverse historical events.
Everyone should visit this place - I went from the resort of Olu Deniz but it is also accessible from Patara, kas etc. The Lycian tombs at the top of the hill are a struggle to reach but worth it.
Fantastic scenery very friendly people
Looked good from the jeep safari. Prominent position in the hillside with tombs cut into the face of the cliff.
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