What a lovely walk. I did this in June to see what it was like while my wife was on the beach. I caught the Dolmus from Hisaronu to Kaya. There is a 5L entrance fee to the village as it is a museum. After a short walk up a stoney path there is a sign for Oludeniz (6k) after which there are red/yellow markers on boulders to follow. It is a bit of a climb up from the village to the top of the hill but once there it is mostly down hill apart from a couple of short sections. The markers on the whole are easy to follow, the only places where you can go wrong ( if not concentrating...which is easy to do when enjoying the views) is where there are large deviations...just look for the curved markers which denote a bend in the trail. There is a mixture of terrain...stoney,rocky, forest etc, shaded and in full sun. The views are stunning, there are very few people on the walk and it is blissfully peaceful. The next day I did it again, this time with the wife. Kaya to Oludeniz is the less strenuous way as doing it in reverse involves a lot of ascent.
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