The Mediterranean shores of Turkey are among the most breathtaking landscapes in the country. The magnificent coastline, lapped by the clear water, abounds in vast and pristine beaches surrounded by olive groves, orange and lemon orchards, pine forests and rocky mountains. Whether you prefer idyllic harbors, remains of ancient civilizations attesting to more than 5000 years of history, culture, myths and legends, this region is overflowing with all of this and more... Trekking the Lycian way you will walk through all major historical places of this civilisation. It will also serve those interested in losing themselves on a route that encompasses beautiful surroundings in one of the world's most striking geographical locations. The Lycian way has been recognised by the SUNDAY TIMES as one of the 10 best walks in the world and rated 15th amongst walking routes by COUNTRY WALKING MAGAZINE. At around 510 km. long, it is one of the world's top 10 longest trekking routes and it is situated on Turkey's southern coast. This an area known as the Teke Peninsula, between the Dalaman Stream in the west and Phaselis on the western outskirts of modern day Antalya.