The most common type of public transportation in Fethiye is minibus. It is called here dolmus (dol-moosh). The most important advantage of Fethiye dolmus is its low cost and high service frequency so you do not wait for long standing on the street. Dolmus may stop almost anywhere on the route on request. Fethiye dolmus routes cover almost all area so you may easily get from Calis to Fethiye via Gunlukbasi, from Tasyaka to Karagozler, from Fethiye to Oludeniz, Hisaronu, Ovacik, Saklikent, Seydikemer, Uzumlu, Yaniklar and Kayakoy. Almost dolmuses have been replaced to new ones so dolmuses which go from Calis to Fethiye and from Tasyaka to Karagozler as well as from Fethiye to Oludeniz through Ovacik and Hisaronu are equipped with air conditioners and even with facilities for disabled passengers. So how to get to Oludeniz from Fethiye? The cheapest way to get to Oludeniz from Fethiye is to catch Oludeniz dolmus from central part of the town near the big mosque – it is the last bus stop for Calis to Fethiye route as well so if you are coming from Calis beach to Oludeniz there will be the place where you change the dolmus. Fethiye to Oludeniz dolmus timetable: from 7.00 am till 8.00 pm every 10 minutes, after 8.00 pm till 11.00 pm every 30 minutes, the last bust leaves Oludeniz at midnight – this schedule is eligible for summer time only. If you wonder how far is Fethiye from Oludeniz then the answer is 14 km. Comprehensive Fethiye dolmus timetable you can check here. Another drawback is their extremely slow speed. Along with minbuses there are regular municipal buses going in Fethiye. Payment is made in cash directly to the driver, by Kentkart card or Kentkart mobile app via NFC upon boarding.