Entering Turkey Besides your Passport, everyone entering Turkey must also have a valid visa which ‘permits entry into and travel within Turkey’. It used to be that people visiting Turkey from other countries would fill in visa application forms before going to the visa desks at airports across Turkey. The visa fee is then paid […]

Hiking The Lycian Way We have just returned from a few days hiking The Lycian Way route between Uzumlu and Cukurbag. The walking as always is wonderful with great weather to match. We did not meet as many hikers as expected with only a few other groups around to talk to. It was however lovely […]

Lycian Way day hike Is there a better way to spend a Sunday than hiking on The Lycian Way with good company in  warm, Spring weather? We set off from the start of the route at Ovacik and hiked to Kabak via Kirme and Faralya which took us five and a half hours. The Lycian […]

Spring walk with our guest on The lycian Way Spring is here and it’s a wonderful time to walk on the Lycian Way route. I decided to take a day off and join a guest, Mr Ray Perry, staying at our guest house accommodation, Meyveliev, and walk from Cavdir to Uzumlu, near Kalkan.   Ray […]

Hiking in Turkey Hiking in Turkey really got going when Turkey’s first, long distance, waymarked route, The Lycian Way or ‘Lykia Yolu’ in Turkish, was opened in 1999. The Lycian Way route runs for 540 kms in Southern Turkey from Fethiye in the west to Geyikbayiri, close to the city of Antalya, in the east […]

Turkish Markets or “Pazar” are common events throughout the country and well worth a visit. Many towns and villages hold them once a week and they give local farmers chance to sell their produce. The fresh fruit, vegetables, honey, nuts and spices, together with […]

The Lycian Way Turkey Ten top facts about The Lycian Way 1. What is the Lycian Way? The Lycian Way Turkey is a renowned way-marked footpath founded by English woman Kate Clow. This long-distance coastal walking route has red-and-white striped way-marks that are synonymous with the ‘Grande Randonnee’ networks of long-distance footpaths located in Europe. […]

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Trip to Sumela Monastery Black Sea Coast 60 kms south east of Trabzon, high on the cliffs of Mount Mela is Sumela Monastery. Originally a cave, it was founded by two monks, Barnabas & Sophronius in the 4th century AD. The monastery has had several repairs over the years but is still a wonderful site […]

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Turkey Group holiday on the Lycian Way One of our holiday on the Lycian Way has just been walk by a group from Devon. Here are there comments about the holiday to Turkey. Jackie Humphries and her 7 companions Say: A wonderful holiday made particularly memorable by the people we met and stayed with along […]

We are delighted to share with you our latest “Highlights of the Lycian Way” walking route video, featuring stunning sunsets, glorious sun-soaked scenery and historical sites to explore. Discover Turkey as you soak up the surrounding mountain views in Faralya, travel to […]

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