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Wednesday, January 19, 2011

sunday times travel 10 walks

The Lycian Way follows joined the old 500 km of hiking trails and mule roads, the villages of the Aegean coast before the arrival of the car. Waymarked to Grande Randonnée standards, the Lycian Way is now open, this book is the official handbook.

Lycia is the historical name of the Teke Peninsula, the bruise on the Turkish Mediterranean coast between the cities of Antalya and Fethiye. It is the western end of the Toros Mountains, the curl in a double arc around the central plateau and the southern coast of Lycia.

This book is a guide to the first highlighted Turkey's long-distance footpath, the Lycian Way. With the route descriptions in the book and following the Grande Randonnée style red and white flashes, you can safely and comfortably walk around the Lycian coast.

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