The following bus companies provide (in order of expensiveness) transport to Fethiye: Varan (the best one), Ulusoy, Pamukkale, Kamil Koç and Metro. Generally, these buses set out at night to arrive in Fethiye in the early morning.
By minibus (dolmus):
There are minibusses to the village of Faralya 6 times a day in the summer months and 2-3 times a day in the winter months (After the minibusses set out from Fethiye they stop at Ölüdeniz to take passengers. If you miss a minibus, you have the option of taking a swim in the sea at Ölüdeniz while waiting for the next one to come along). After leaving Fethiye it will take about 1 hour and 15 minutes to reach Patika. Patika, is located at Kızılcakaya which is attached to the village of Faralya. 10 minutes after passing through the Asar district, attached to the Butterfly (Kelebekler) district, you will arrive at the Central neighbourhood (orta mahalle), 300 metres after passing the mosque and school, you will see Patika’s signpost on the right-hand side of the road. You should get out here and walk down the path…
By private vehicle:
Using the road to Oludeniz, you need to turn left into the road leading to Faralya from the entrance to Oludeniz. After a trip of around 30 minutes (I should point out that it’s a rather steep and winding road) you will reach the village of Faralya. After passing the first district, the Asar district you will come to the second settlement, the Central neighbourhood (orta mahalle). 300 metres after the mosque and the school, you will see the signpost for Patika at which you should turn right. 150 metres later you will see the entrance to Patika.
The nearest airport is in Dalaman, about 30 minutes from Fethiye. To get to Fethiye or Oludeniz, you have to use the Havas vehicles. Later you have to continue your trip by minibus…