The ruins in Letoon Ancient City give information about what the people living here did in the past. The structures you will see here are as follows:
Theater: This theater has a capacity of about 7,800 people. It was built in the 2nd century BC.
Terraces and Walls: It is stated that the terraces and walls were built in the Hellenistic Period. They were built in three floors.
Temenos: Temenos are sacred areas surrounded by walls in the Ancient Age. There are three temples in Temenos in Letoon. These temples, which survived until the early Byzantine period, are also some of the structures to be seen in Letoon.
Leto: The Temple of Leto is one of the best surviving temples. This is at the closest point to the holy water source.
Artemis: It is a temple that attracts attention with its elegant and skillful stonework.
Apollo: The Temple of Apollo is notable for its three-section floor mosaic.
Trilingual Inscription: This is the most important written work of the Lycian Civilization. Today, this inscription is exhibited in Fethiye Museum. You should definitely examine it if you come there.
Byzantine Church: This building, thought to have been built in the 6th century A.D., is part of the monastery that settled on the sacred spring.