Located in the south of Turkey, its name comes from its most illustrious inhabitants: The Licios. This place full of the charms of the Mediterranean Sea, various archaeological discoveries and spectacular natural sceneries gives us blue waters accompanied by clear sands and a singular vegetation.
The Lycian Route attracts hikers from all over the world for its natural beauty and historical ruins.
The Lycian Route starts from the Fethiye district of Muğla, passing through the Teke Peninsula, up to Antalya. It is a wonderful route for hiking enthusiasts and has a length of 535 kilometers.
While walking through the small trails, you can enjoy the beautiful nature of the place, and on the other side of the route, you will find various archaeological finds such as the ruins of several ancient cities like Xsantos Sinema, Myrna, Olympos, and Phaselis.
A green and blue dream.
Being a walk of 535 km, this spectacular route is composed of unforgettable activities and various places just as wonderful.
Kas and Kalkan
They are the best accommodation option to visit the Lycian Coast, it has an excellent nightlife, which makes it a place to relax and enjoy.
Gulet cruise on the Kekova Bay
One of the best plans you can make on the Lycian Coast is to rent a boat to sail the turquoise waters of the Turkish Mediterranean. The landscape in this area is spectacular, the pine forests are mixed with archaeological remains and ancient sunken cities on the island of Kekova.
Even though this is the place where Marco Antonio proposed to Cleopatra, toda, Phaselis is an abandoned archaeological site with a lot of charm. For people who are passionate about history and rocks, it is the perfect place to enjoy strolling among the ruins of one of the most important commercial ports in the Mediterranean. And for those who prefer a summer atmosphere, you can enjoy one of the three beaches that are next to the ruins of Phaselis, surrounded by pine trees, mountains, and crystal clear waters.
Ruins and beaches of Patara
The beach of Patara, with a length of 18 km, is ideal to enjoy the place’s beautiful landscape. Next to the archaeological ruins of the ancient Lycian city of Patara, which are located 1.5 km away from this sandy area, there is a place where you can learn more about its history.
Recognized as the best beach in Turkey, its views are like the typical perfect, almost unreal beach photo that appears in tourist promotion brochures and banners of the Turkish coast.
The Valley of the Butterflies
A place that can only be reached by boat from Olüdeniz or on foot. The valley gets its name from the large number of butterflies that nest in it.
With all these places of great attraction, the Lycian coast joins one of the most beautiful places on the planet with activities for all tastes.
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