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TheLycian Way

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TheLycian Way

Date :    01/01/2030   /   01/01/2030
Time :    08.30  /  19.00

Adult    410.00    .-TRY

Child    300.00    .-TRY

Infant    Not Suitable For Babies


The LycianWay is a long-distancefootpath in Turkeyaroundpart of thecoast of ancient Lycia. It is approximately 540 km longandstretchesfrom Ölüdeniz, near Fethiye, toGeyikbayırı, about 20 kilometersfrom Antalya. It is waymarkedwithredandwhitestripes, theGrandeRandonneeconvention. The Sunday Times has listed it as one of theworld s top ten walks.
Ittakesits name fromtheancientcivilization, whichonceruledthearea. Andthis is whatyouwillexperience on our LycianWayWalk.
Day 1
Flyto Dalaman andyouwill be transferredtoyour hotel. Ifyouarriveearlyvisitnearby Kayakoy, it is originally a GreeksettlementedvillagecalledLivissi. FollowingtheTurkishWar of Independence in 1922, theinhabitantswereresettled in thePeloponnese as part of a populationexchange. Thevillagewasabandonedandwasthendevastatedby an earthquake in 1957; youwillseeremnants of thestonehousesaroundthevillage. Accommodation is in Kayaköy.
Day 2
A delightfulintroductiontotheruralTurkishlandscape. Starting at themost western point of the 510 km ancienttrail at Ovacik, youtake a longandfairlysteepclimb on goodpaths. As youclimb, youwill be rewardedwithfantasticviewsdowntothe indigosea and golden beach at Oludeniz. FromKirmetheroutecommencesdownhillpast a millstreamtoFaralyawithstunningviewsdowninto Kelebek Vadisi (Butterflyvalley). About 6 hourswalk. Accommodation is in Faralya. YourluggagesfromKayaköywill be transferredtothe hotel.
Day 3
Thiswalkwindsaroundthecontours of Baba Dag; thehighestmountain in theareastandingmajestic at justunder 2000 meters. As youmeanderthroughthepineforestsyouwill be rewardedbymarvelousviewsdownto Kabak Beach. Ifyouareluckyyoumayseewildponiesalongtheroute. Spend a couple of hours at thebeach, there is goodshadeand a beautifulsea. Youwill be transferredbacktoFaralya. About 5 hourswalk. Accommodation is in Faralya.
Day 4
A short transfer backto Kabak. Thefirstpart of thewalk is a short but steeproutethatclimbsmajesticallyout of the Kabak Valley, offeringwonderfulviews



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