The Lycian Way is a long-distance, cultural route in Turkey. It is approximately 540-km long and stretches from Ölüdeniz, near Fethiye, to Geyikbayırı, about 20 kilometers from Antalya (Wikipedia). According to an article from The Sunday Times, the Lycian Way is one of the top 10 walks in the world.
In December 2013, I trekked a portion of the Lycian Way. The below video highlights my trek on the Lycian Way, where I started my journey from Kayaköy and ended in Kinik.
Resources related to the Lycian Way:
- Lycian Way – Itinerary: A trekking itinerary courtesy of Wikitravel.org
- Trekking in Turkey: Information about long distance treks in Turkey
- Cultural Routes in Turkey – Lycian Way
- Turkey From The Inside: A travel blog by Pat Yale
- The Lycian Way: Turkey’s First Long Distance Walking Route by Kate Clow (Book) – ISBN: 0957154720
Some photographs during my walk on the Lycian Way: