Famed British explorer Freya Stark once wrote: "There are not so many places left where magic reigns without interruption, and of all those I know, the coast of Lycia was the most magical." Capture that charmŚand follow the same path that Alexander the Great once traveledŚby walking Turkey's first long-distance trail across an almost virgin stretch of Mediterranean coastline, tracing ruins from the Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Persian civilizations. The 510-km Lycian Way, which runs from the sleepy coastal town of Fethiye to the bustling port city of Antalya by way of ancient roads, nomad trails and mule tracks, was...
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