Turkey: Self Guided Holidays and Small Group Walking & Cycling Adventures
Bordering Asia and Europe, Turkey is a natural bridge between the two worlds of the West and the Orient. Turkey boasts amazing diversity in its geography, geology and climate, varying from extremes such as the subtropical forest of the Black Sea coast to the evergreen pine forests of the Mediterranean, snow capped mountains, rolling steppe and rich agricultural valleys.
The Lycian Way is one of Turkey's most famous walking trails. The full trail is 500kms long, however our range of walking holidays along Turkey's Lycian Way takes in the highlights of the trail. You can choose to walk the well marked Lycian Way on a guide or self-guided tour. Another popular way to explore Turkey's coastline is on a walk and sail holiday, where you walk during the day then retire to the comfort of your Turkish Gulet each evening.
Cappadocia is a surreal landscape of conical shaped, limestone formations. Its contrasting moonscapes and valleys filled with rock-hewn churches and dwellings and fairy chimneys are nestled under the snow-capped mountains of Mount Aergius. It is primarily an agricultural region due to its rich, mineral laden soil; however, much wealth is generated from its famous carpet weaving and tourism. UTracks has a guided and self-guided walking tour through Cappadocia.
Utracks offers a range of guided and self-guided tours to help you walk your way through Turkey on a small group adventure holiday.