The old Lycian port of Phaselis is the place Alexander the Great set up his winter quarters in 334 BC.
There are stays of a theater, water system, sanctuaries, a colonnaded road, and a Hadrian's Arch Gate raised in AD 114.
The ocean side area of the remains is beautiful. A historical center nearby shows exhumed finds.
On the off chance that you have time, several kilometers previously Phaselis is the Olympos Teleferik link auto, which travels up the side of Tahtali Mountain to the summit at 2,275 meters for all-encompassing vistas over the drift.