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Cycling in Turkey

Turkey is a fascinating country to explore by bicycle. Thanks to its unique position on a crossroads between Asia, the Middle East and Europe you can discover an impressive history, rich culture and superb food not to mention great hospitality. The cyclist will be rewarded with Turkey’s beautiful and varied landscapes, ancient sites, traditional villages and a stunning coastline with countless coves, sweeping beaches and turquoise waters.

Cycling is a great way to see much more of the ‘real’ Turkey as you pedal off the beaten track and there is something for every interest and ability. You can bike through one of Turkey’s great wildernesses in the Kackar Mountains or take to the waters and make a typical gulet your base as you cruise and cycle along a coastline dotted with ancient sites and fishing villages.


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On the Anatolian Plateau in Cappadocia you can pedal along ancient pathways through weird and wonderful volcanic scenery as you cycle through a golden landscape of “fairy chimney” rock towers, past churches hewn out of rock cliffs and visit ancient underground cities.

Biking along the beautiful Turquoise coast in the southwest of Turkey combines dramatic coastal scenery, UNESCO sites of ancient history, alluring golden beaches and an insight into the Lycian culture that occupied the area nearly two thousand years ago; all accompanied by superb local food and a warm welcome from the local people.

Thanks to its geography Turkey has several climatic regions, however generally the best time to cycle is when the temperatures are cooler between March and May and from September to November. As with other countries in the Southern Mediterranean the summer months can be especially hot.

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