The Lycian Way is a long distance route that follows the coast of ancient Lycia in present-day southwestern Turkey. It zig-zags along the coastline and the nearby mountains in the region, as it passes through numerous villages with historical and cultural significance. These features, combined with the abundant nautral beauty, make this trail well-known around the world. The overall difficulty is moderate, though this will vary significantly by section. Certain parts have more difficult terrain along rocky mountain-tops, while others have much tamer shorelines. The trail passes through many villages with accomodation, so those will ease the logistics.