- Wonderful coastal views
- Varied trails and scenery
- Impressive archaeological ruins
Turkey's Turquoise Coast offers an alluring combination of beautiful scenery and ancient sites all readily accessible with some fine coastal and inland walking on the many trails in the area, including sections of the famed Lycian Way.
Highlights include the ruined city of Arycanda, the chance to paddle over the sunken city of Kekova, and some fantastic coastal views along the way.
Our base for the week is the charming port town of Kas, offering a good selection of restaurants and a lively harbour area.
There is also the chance to go SCUBA diving, paragliding or take a relaxing cruise aboard a Gulet boat.
What makes this trip responsible?
Our local partners have long been committed to sustainable tourism. All activities are low impact, as such jeeps, jet skis or quad bikes are not on the menu. There are also a number of policies in place to minimize the amount of waste produced by clients, such as offering water bottle top ups at hotels and en route to reduce the number of plastic bottles bought. Produce is sourced locally and the majority of the staff are local.
Trekking in Turkey