Walk Turkey’s Lycian Way, widely regarded as one of the world’s great trails. Gain an appreciation of the landscape of this great country in a way that is impossible from inside a bus. Whether a casual walker or a serious trekker, this active journey will appeal to those looking for a better way to appreciate magnificent scenery. You’ll hike through pine forests and olive groves, across flower-filled fields, and past shepherd’s huts, then unwind in simple, scenic accommodation along the coast. This is adventure at its purest and most simple.
Arrive at any time.
Transfer from Fethiye to Faralya. Enjoy fantastic views out over the coast and down to the crystal clear waters while strolling between Faralya and Kabak. Stay in simple cliff-top cabins in Kabak for the next three nights.
After a short public transfer to Ovacik, walk in the shadow of Mt Babadag on clearly marked paths alongside the beautiful Turkish coastline. Head back to Kabak for the night.
Begin the day exploring an old abandoned Greek village before trekking to the famous blue lagoon of Oludeniz for a refreshing swim.
Trek past ancient aquaducts and small farming villages before exploring the historic Lycian city of Patara. Continue the journey on foot right down to Patara beach, where there is time to relax.
The atmospheric route along the Lycian winds its way through fields and villages before returning to Kalkan.
Enjoy a free day to explore the idyllic fishing village of Kas. Take a boat trip, try sea kayaking or just relax in the sun with a cool drink.
Depart Kas at any time.