The joys of coastal walk­ing

Walking New Zealand - - Walk Talk -

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.

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