The joys of coastal walking
Coastal walking is hugely enjoyable, not only for ever-changing view of cliffs, coves and headlands, but also in simple terms of route-finding. If you are heading south along the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, for example, the sea should be on your right most of the way. If it’s not, you might want to check your notes! Inntravel first featured The Lycian Way as one of their self-guided walking holidays four years ago and the area has proved so popular that you can now follow another part which explores the westernmost section, dominated by The Seven Capes. The terrain is rugged in places but the rewards are more than worth the effort, as you discover remnants of ancient civilisations, deserted beaches, small wayside taverns, and comfortable family-run hotels where you can put up your feet, take off your rucksack and relax.