Amintas Kaya Mezarlari (Rocky Tomb of Amintas) is an ancient tomb built in the Aegean region. The tomb was built in 350 BC by the Lycians, people who lived in this region of Turkey at the time. The modern city of Fethiyesurgiu is on the same site as the ancient Greek city of Telmessos, and this imposing tomb is located in the southern part of the city, at the base of a mountainside.
WHY THIS PLACE
In comparison to many other mountain-carved tombs in this area, the interior of Amintas' tomb is very spacious. For editorials, rehearsals and small weddings really unique and different, this destination needs to be considered. In addition, for those who appreciate the undeniable charm of Eurasian countries, Fethiye is a great choice, as it seems to concentrate all the beauty and magnificence of the Mediterranean.
• Its name is due to an inscription in Greek that is on one of its sides, which says “Amyntoutou Ermagiou”, which means “Amintas, son of Hermagios”.
• The Lycians were never residents of a single country, but were members of a confederation of independent city-states, which included Telmessos.