NOMADIC & LYCIAN ROUTES
The Lycian Way is a marked footpath around the coast of Lycia in southern Turkey, starting from Fethiye. The trail consists mainly of old footpaths and mule trails, often hard and stony underfoot, not suitable for mountain bikes. Lying between the coast and mountains, it often has steep gradients. It was researched, designed and waymarked in 1999. Turkey’s first trekking route.
Over the years it has been used by the Nomads and Shepherds.