Located on South Korea’s Jeju island, the 400 kilometer-long Jeju Olle Trail is probably the country’s most popular hiking trail, with more than 1 million visitors every year. Now, it has officially become a “sister route” to Turkey’s most popular path the Lycian Way.
The Lycian Way spans over 540 kilometers, from oludeniz in Fethiye all the way to Geyikbayırı in Antalya and is named after the ancient civilization that once ruled these parts.
From May 24 to June 4, a delegation from Turkey’s Culture Routes Society flew to South Korea to take part in the first leg of a “Global Trail Networking Event.”Starting on Thursday, June 14, Turkey will return the favor for a delegation of seven South Koreans that are closely involved with the Jeju Olle Trail and residents from the island.
The delegation will be visiting Turkey between June 14 and June 17. They will be hosted in Demre, Antalya.
SOURCE : Daily Sabah