|Local sights of interest
- THE LYCIAN WAY:
Lycia: home of gods and heroes, approx. 2500 BC. 509 km trail between Antalya and Fethiye.
According to the English Sunday Times "one of the most beautiful trails in the world."
- OLYMPOS BEYDAGLARI NATIONAL PARK:
The Olympos-mountain "Tahtali Dagi" is the geographic
centre of the approx. 700 ha park. 2.400m high, a popular
destination for walkers and climbers
16km from Beycik. Picturesque, antique harbour town dating
back to 690 BC, located in a pine forest, ideal for
sightseeing and bathing
18km from Beycik. Ancient ruined city, 200BC, with long
stretch of pebble beach and a cool river with crystal-clear water
(Yanartas) 17km from Beycik. The legendary "eternal flames"
have burned since ancient times on the 250m-high mountain ridge
15km from Beycik. Long, wide pebble beach at the east end of the
Olympos Bay with small restaurants surrounded by orange and lemon
groves. Nature reserve and nesting grounds for sea turtles
9km from Beycik. Collection of garden restaurants on the banks
of the cool river, beneath high trees in national park, well
known for trout dishes
25km from Beycik. Bay framed by cliffs, with broad pebbled beach
on the Lycian Way
25km from Beycik. Town with tourist facilities (20 000 inhabitants),
with countless hotels, beaches, cafes, restaurants, markets and shops,
a marina and "non-stop entertainment."
- Nature trails
- Hiking in the mountains
- Jeep tours
- Bike tours
- Visits to ruins and ancient towns
- Yacht Tours