Lycian Way from Faralya to Kabak is an 11.3-kilometer moderately trafficked point-to-point route near Fethiye, Mugla, Turkey, that offers scenic views and is moderate. The path provides a variety of activities and is best mainly used from April through September.
The 400 km / 250 mi Lycian Way (aka "Likya You"), located along Turkey's gorgeous Turquoise Coast, is still a relatively obscure route despite being hailed as one of the top ten long-distance trails in the world. The view is breathtaking. The folks are welcoming. You'll be immersed in history almost every step of the way (what other path has you walking on an old Roman aqueduct for a significant stretch?). One day you're up in the mountains, the next, you're on one of the world's best beaches, with the ruins of a spectacular old city as a backdrop. And, if you choose, you may complete the Lycian Way without using any camping equipment.
There are numerous rough, uneven passages and several spots with small paths. However, cycling following the overall itinerary of the Lycian Way through neighboring rural (low traffic) roads would be simple. You'd be able to access virtually all of the destinations along the route and see many of the same fantastic vistas (building an 'unofficial Lycian Way cycling path' is definitely on our 'to-do list!). Although moderate hiking expertise is required, several portions may be completed by beginners or day hikers.
The Lycian Way may be done at any time of year. However, spring and fall are the most significant times to visit since the weather is pleasant and not too grainy. Spring has a slight benefit in that water sources are more likely to have water, which might benefit some more isolated areas. In both spring and fall, most portions of the route will be pretty peaceful - in fact, there will be several days when you won't encounter anyone at all.