Turquoise coast. Olya-Denise and vicinities. For Olya-Deniz: along Likiyskaya Road. A route across Turkey, described in the book about Likiyskaya Road

Turquoise coast. Olya-Denise and vicinities. For Olya-Deniz: along Likiyskaya Road. A route across Turkey, described in the book about Likiyskaya Road

To the South from Kydrak there is the least mastered part of the coast of Turkey, Ediburun’s (Yediburun) peninsula (it is translated as «Seven capes») with the isolated small villages which have remained far from the coast with dilapidated houses in Turkey. Since the beginning of the 1980th the most part of local roads and remain soil so and now occupied пт it is most easier to reach some on a long Likiysky track on which pass many rounds to Turkey. Below we will laboriously consider the 1st 25 km of a route from Ovadzhik to the Tavern (Kabak), but in the booklet about Likiyskaya Road the route across Turkey is described upside-down { from the Tavern to Ovadzhik). This easy one-day transition usually takes 6, 5 h but if you do halts, stop for a dinner or a little lose the way, it can be stretched to 8 h. To reach the Tavern, you should get on earliest of the 3rd flights of the minibus of Ovadzhik to the Tavern through Faralyyu (Faralya) and to try to enjoy, watching sights of Turkey, from terrifying foty-minute race which partially passes on break Kelebek Vadisi (Kelebek Vadisi).

Visit Ediburun’s peninsula the ordered rounds to Turkey from Yekaterinburg can.

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