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The Lycian Way

The Lycian Way
The Lycian Way’s long distance trail, approximately 500km, runs from much of the Turquoise Coast , starting at Oludeniz , ending at Hisarcandir 20km from Antalya , and is listed in the Sunday Times as one of the top 10 walks. The trail takes in mountain landscapes and seascapes with many points of interest that detour off along the way, showing typical Roman and Byzantine ruins.  The route varies in elevation from sea level to 1800m.

Best time to walk

October, or April and May are the best walking seasons and in theory the walk takes about a month to complete but most walkers sample it in stages rather than its entirety.

The Route for the Lycian Way

The walk starts at Kabak and dolmus run from Ovacik via Faralya, a rather scary ride along the edge of the Butterfly Valley ( Kelebek Vadisi ).
Kabak to Faralya; eastbound down the Lycian Way is the fine sandy beach of Gemiler Harbour and you will find ‘trekkers’ lodges along the route.

Passing Belen Hamlet towards Faralya village, you drop down steeply onto a stunning forest path and cobbled surface.
Faralya, still known by its Ottoman name, is set part way up the slopes of Baba Dag Mountain and on clear days you can see the island of Rhodes.
Faralya to Ovacık; north of Degirmen the path will bring you to Kirme village with its centralised mosque.  
Further on is the village of Kozagaci and just outside of here the views of the coast from Oludeniz to the Dalyan area are spectacular.

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