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On the Lycian Way

On the Lycian Way

Delikemer Aquaduct and Patara Ruins. In this blog we are looking at two important historic sites on The Lycian Way; Delikemer Aquaduct and Patara Ruins. A water source near Islamlar approx. 20kms from the port of Patara helped meet the cities water needs. At Delikemer, an aquaduct still exists where water was syphoned in stone blocks. The aquaduct crosses a valley and remains an engineering marvel. Patara was once one of the most important towns of ancient Lycia. Once a…

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Lycian Way Facts

Lycian Way Facts

Top 10 Lycian Way Facts Lycian Way facts. We have chosen 10 facts about The Lycian Way hiking route. This will give you more information to help choose a Lycian Way Holiday. Here are our top 10 Lycian Way facts: The Lycian Way route opened in 1999. Its founder is Kate Clow. A remarkable English Lady who connected a series of old roads and paths between ancient cities across Lycia. It is approximately 540 km long. The Route runs from…

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Your Lycian Way Holiday

Your Lycian Way Holiday

Your Lycian Way Holiday, Things to do, (besides hiking) Many of our guests like to extra days to their Lycian way holiday. We often get asked ‘what is there to do on rest days?’ The answer is there are lots of things to see and do in the region. Here are some great choices for you to consider: A day boat trip on a wooden gulet sailing boat. Day trips go from popular destinations such as Fethiye, Kalkan and Kas….

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