Butterfly Valley, the province of Mugla, Fethiye Ölüdeniz district is a natural treasure located within the boundaries of the town. Its been proposed as world heritage protection due to one of the 100 endemic species in the foothills of Babadag Mountain Valley of the Butterflies, which was declared on 8 February 1st degree natural site in 1995 and has been closed to any type of construction. 350 meters reaching the valley surrounded by steep rocky walls of the name, which has been hosting more than 80 butterfly species, and especially the tiger butterfly. Located in the village of Faralya Resources and spilled more than 50 meters high waterfall and a river runs through the valley to reach the Mediterranean.
The geographical structure of the Butterfly Valley, flora and fauna of the scientific community, especially botanists and entomologists, be subject to examination and laboratory studies; It has attracted the attention of national and international environmental organizations and ecological development.
Butterfly Valley Oludeniz is provided with access to the boats. Faralya (Uzunyurt) reaches a footpath from the village of Valley; but because of the rope climbing routes and variable surfaces should be done with a guide.
Protect natural habitats in Butterfly Valley and take all measures necessary for this project has been formed in order to implement a facility. Offering visitors opportunities to stay in tents and tree house business daily capacity of 500 guests and Butterfly Valley has 100 acres in addition to making ecological farming on the land; purification, cleaning and carries out projects in the sea clean energy issues.