Accessible travel: with a bit of research and a supportive travel agency it’s possible to transform a walking holiday into a disabled-friendly road trip!
The D400, along the western Turkish coast, is known as one of those special routes just perfect for road trip lovers. Following alongside the Lycian Way, it’s essentially the modern version of this epic route.
A sunken city, ancient castle, jaw-dropping views and beautiful turquoise water – the tiny village of Simena, Turkey is an amazing find for travel lovers.
If you’re looking for a rural retreat in Turkey, then you can’t get better than Hoyran Wedre Country Houses. Here you can unwind in blissful isolation, but if the mood takes you, there’s still range of activities on offer just a short walk or drive away.
Myra, Limyra and St Nicholas’ Church are three of the best historical sites you can see along Turkey’s Lycian Way – find out why they’re worth visiting!
The ancient Lycian city of Rhodiapolis lies high on the hills above Kumluca and is still unknown to many tourists. During our trip we only saw two people the whole time we spent exploring the ruins, making it a true hidden gem!