Walking Turkey: The Lycian Way
Small Group Holiday
Hike the famed Lycian Way, along Turkey's Turquoise Coast, a great way to discover a way of life that hasn't changed for centuries. Walk along spectacularly scenic trails, discover abandoned Greek villages and hamlets forgotten by time and explore ancient ruins dating back to the Romans and Byzantines. Along the route you will stay mostly in hotels but also in rural village guest houses where you enjoy home-cooked meals.
Walk the Lycian Way with us and find out why it is acclaimed as one of the world's top-10 long-distance walks.
Activity / Theme
Basic / Moderate
Private vehicle, boat, on foot
comfortable hotel (5 nts), simple guesthouse (1 nt), simple village house (1 nt)
Adventure Coordinators Insider Tip:
Spring and fall are the best time to hike the Lycian Way. Summers are very hot while winters are cold.
DAY 1 Join in Kayakoy, near Dalaman Airport
DAY 2 Hike to Faralya
DAY 3 Walk through forest and farmland to Gey; stay in village house
DAY 4 Enjoy dramatic coastal views as you walk to ancient Sidyma
DAY 5 Hike along an aqueduct to Patara Beach
DAY 6 Climb Mount Felen; drive to Kas
DAY 7 Walk to Aperlae; boat trip on Kekova Bay
DAY 8 Trip ends at Dalaman airport
7 Breakfasts, 3 lunches, 3 dinners
Services of Tour Leader and Driver(s)
Sample tour. Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice. Please inquire.
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