Kayaköy, located in the west of Turkey within the district of Fethiye, is a historic village with a former name, “Levissi”. Abandoned and turned into ruins after the population exchange of approximately 1923, this region once thrived as a Greek settlement. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the village had a population of nearly 10,000, and today, it bears the traces of empty houses, churches, and narrow streets.

Kayaköy holds a captivating history, serving as a place where Greeks and Turks coexisted for a long time, embracing various cultures and religions. Each stone, church, and house here has a unique story to tell.

The historical structures and streets showcase the imprints of the past, even though Kayaköy has weathered the natural processes over the years, still preserving the atmosphere and traces of that era.

As a historical settlement, it captivates visitors with its tranquility, natural beauty, and historical texture. Spending time in Kayaköy, away from the hustle and bustle of the city and surrounded by nature, offers an unforgettable experience. Each stone narrates a tale, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the fabric of history.

Our hotel, located just 1.1 km from Kayaköy, is within a 15-minute walking distance. Book now and indulge in the privilege of exploring Kayaköy!