A Challenging Lycian Debut
Wed, 14 Aug 2019
This was my first experience with Ramblers and my first experience on a hiking holiday and my daughter went with me.
Walking in Cappadocia
Sun, 31 Jan 2016
Cappadocia is a mix of Toyland and Bedrock City so we were never sure whether to expect Noddy or Fred Flintstone; though there was always something new around the next corner. The “fairy chimneys” were everywhere, assuming a host of different shapes such as seals and camels as well as more...
Devouring the Lycian Way
Sat, 23 Jan 2016
The long-distance footpath through southern Turkey has existed since 1999, when Kate Clow finally way marked the whole of a 500 km walk around the coast of the Teke Peninsula, ancient Lycia, from the pleasant harbour town of Fethiye almost to Antalya. Antalya is certainly one of Turkey’s greatest...
Discovering Cultural Istanbul
Fri, 22 Jan 2016
Istanbul is a vibrant city straddling not only the Bosporus and Golden Horn, but also different cultures, and has retained many of its historical buildings and artifacts. The Ramblers Worldwide Holidays programme ‘A Cultural Week in Istanbul’ beautifully captures these different facets and...
Exploring Turkey’s Lycian Way
Wed, 13 Jan 2016
Janet and Terence Debourg were walking in the footsteps of ancients when they tackled the Lycian Way, Turkey’s long-distance footpath. They found it a great way to explore the Mediterranean coast and mountains and historic sites.
Impressions Of The Lycian Way
Tue, 12 Jan 2016
During his holiday walking the Lycian Way, Michael came across several instances of good Turkish hospitality.