Historical Site
Roman Amphitheatre
In Fethiye

Ruins of an ancient amphitheater in Fethiye’s historic district. Dates to Hellenistic times (Alexander the Great’s era) with significant modifications during Roman times.


Has seating for 5,000+ people.


Excavation has been on-going (periodically) since the early 1990s.


You’ll see much more impressive amphitheaters elsewhere along the Lycian Way. However, this one is somewhat unique in that it is located inside a modern, busy city.

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  • Roman amphitheatre in Fethiye.
    Roman amphitheatre in Fethiye
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    Darren Moens
    Oct 2022

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