walking in turkey
Walking in Turkey is all about two people Kate Clow and Terry Richardson who have developed the following long distance footpaths
Lycian Way 509 kilometres / 306 miles
way marked footpath around the coast of Lycia in southern Turkey, from Fethiye to Antalya
St Paul Trail
500 kilometres / 300 miles way marked footpath from Perge, 10 km east of Antalya, to Yalvac, north east of Lake Egirdir with a second branch starting at Aspendos, 40 kilometres east of Antalya and joining the first route at the Roman site of Adada.
European Long Distance Walking Routes E3, E6 and E8
Oranganis have supplied information on two parts of the Lycian Way
The Lycian Way
Report of twelve sections of the Lycian way: the Lycian Way is the first long distance, marked trail in Turkey, between the cities of Fethiye and Antalya, in the south west of the country.
The route follows Greek and Roman roads, aqueducts, traditional nomad roads, goat’s paths, forest paths and local paths connecting villages. The route has a close relation with remains from the earlier inhabitants and visitors: the Lycian people, the Romans, Crusaders and Arabs.