Cycling vacations and trips to Türkiye

Türkiye is spread over a huge territory, which in area exceeds that of Italy by two and a half times. Its position as a middle ground has made it a necessary crossing point for peoples and trades over the millennia, and the least one can expect is to find even very long routes laden with history, nature, culture, and excitement to be tackled by bicycle.

From the thousands available, we have selected for you here 5 different itineraries covering a large part of the country and different landscapes that are a first taste of the Anatolian Peninsula, to be taken on short excursions or actual trips.

In the selection, more emphasis was placed on the attractiveness of the route and its relative length, rather than the presence or absence of bike lanes, so be prepared to ride on low-traffic back roads. The ground is generally paved, but where possible dirt sections have been included for enthusiasts in the genre, so we recommend gravel or trekking bikes with sturdy treads to avoid mistakes. They can also be tackled on road bikes if necessary, but slick clinchers and tubulars risk not always being the happiest choice.

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EuroVelo 8 – Unesco Route, From Pergamum to Ephesus

Distance: 500 km | click here for the track

How can one begin a journey in 282 B.C. and end it in 6000 B.C. while passing through modernity? Just travel the 500 km of EuroVelo 8, Mediterranean Route that starts from the ancient city of Pergamum, passes through Izmir and finally arrives in Ephesus after passing through countless small archaeological centers, country villages and seaside resorts.

The route is as varied as ever as it flows downhill from the modern city of Pergamum (in Turkish, Bergama) to a lush countryside that quickly turns into inviting beaches and from a sea that one never tires of looking at: the Aegean.

Crossing the wetlands leading into Izmir Bay at the mouth of the Gediz River means encountering pelicans, flamingos, herons, storks and ospreys in a maze of unpaved but well-trodden paths.
The city of Izmir is presented with a bicycle path that runs along the entire coast from Karşıyaka to the urban forest of Inciralti via the old town where it is recommended to stop for a souvenir photo under the city’s iconic clock tower.
We then pass through the fishing villages of the Çeşme Peninsula to arrive at Ephesus, one of the nerve centers of the Roman Empire, a gateway between East and West, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Thracian Way, from Edirne to Istanbul

Distance 350 km | click here for GPX track

Thrace is that strip of land in Türkiye that is still geographically part of Europe, and the starting point of the itinerary is Edirne, the second capital of the Ottoman Empire. The city is a laboratory of history, and it is impossible to leave without appreciating the Selimiye Mosque, which architect Sinan built at the age of 90, calling it “my masterpiece.”
Immediately after visiting Edirne the road winds through the lush nature of Thrace, made up of lush forests in summer, green forests in spring and falling leaves in autumn, leading all the way to Kırklareli. You pass through Igneada National Forest Park and expanses of vineyards, which are sure to be one of the must-see shots in your travel archive.
The last stop on the itinerary is Istanbul, Turkey’s bustling metropolis, a city full of charm, where the past goes hand in hand with the present.

Türkiye: Cappadocia by bike photo by Steffi Marth
Cappadocia, pictured here is Pro Steffi Marth

The Anatolian Way, from Istanbul to Kayseri

Distance 900km | click here for GPX track

Istanbul is a city that needs no introduction as it is divided by the sea and suspended between two continents, Europe to Asia. This itinerary takes you from the heart of Istanbul to the heart of Anatolia. To leave the city, it is recommended to use the ferry where you can easily load your bicycles and cross the Sea of Marmara.
As you travel along the coast, the gates of Anatolia slowly open in a succession of fascinating cities, such as Kocaeli, Sakarya, and Eskişehir, from which the ascent to the plateau begins.
Here it is a must to stop at Odunpazarı, one of the best-preserved architectural structures in Eskişehir that stands out for its cultural richness and houses dozens of museums. In fact, thanks to this feature, it has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 2012.
Continuing along the banks of the Porsuk River, the route takes us to our next stop, Nevşehir. Soon you arrive in Cappadocia where you can spoil yourself by indulging in a sunrise hot air balloon ride to discover the immeasurable spectacle offered by the geological conformations known as “fairy chimneys.”
If you have time, take note of the Göreme Open Air Museum and indulge in the last leg of our itinerary. The itinerary ends in Kayseri, whose cuisine is legendary, mainly because of the meat dishes and mantı (tortellini in broth with yogurt and mint).

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Way of Eurasia – The Way of Empire

Distance 900km | click here for track

Türkiye is a gigantic country and offers many opportunities for cycling in almost all seasons. The central plateau is surrounded by mountain ranges that descend to the Black Sea in the north and the Mediterranean in the south and west. These coastlines are often rugged and forested, with hidden beaches and fishing villages. Ancient civilizations have left their mark on the landscape, such as the remains of Greek and Roman cities that rival those of Italy in terms of wealth and monumental buildings.

The Via Eurasia International Route enters Türkiye at Edirne, continues to Istanbul, and passes through Bursa to the southern coast. The journey then begins on the delightful streets of Beykoz, a region of Istanbul famous for its groves of lush trees on both sides. Leaving behind Poyrazköy and Anadolu feneri you pedal through the northernmost tip of Istanbul, with green on one side and the blue Black Sea on the other. From Istanbul, capital of the Ottoman Empire, we set course for Bursa, one of Turkey’s most beautiful cities. Greeted Bilecik, another capital of the empire, on the coast of Izmit, the last conquered land in Anatolia before the siege of Istanbul. The route continues through Kütahya, famous for its porcelain, where many Ottoman princes grew up, and leads to the next stop, Afyonkarahisar. The city, popularly called Afyon, welcomes visitors with its landmark building: the majestic castle. The city, which combines geographical beauty such as Iscehisar’s fairy chimneys and natural blessings such as hot springs, also attracts attention with its delicious cuisine that manages to combine millennia-old traditions as large as Asia.
Spotted Eğirdir, a freshwater lake formed by tectonic and karst effects with a huge surface area, means that the city of Isparta, Turkey’s rose garden, is just around the corner.
Crossing the Taurus Mountains and enjoying the descent with the unique view of the peak, we soon arrive in Antalya. The last stop on the tour is Konyaaltı, one of Antalya’s most vibrant localities. And the Mediterranean Sea is there, ready to be fully enjoyed.

The Mediterranean route from Antalya to Mersin

Distance 470km | click here for map

An itinerary of spectacular natural beauty, rich in history and with exceptional climatic conditions. Here you are greeted by bright sunshine and turquoise waters almost year-round. This long-distance route starts at the marina in Kaleiçi, with its mesmerizing view, and follows the road to the ancient city of Side, the most important port city in Pamphylia.
From here, you keep the waters of the Mediterranean Sea on your right and travel a long way along the coast. The road leads to Alanya, which has been home to Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman civilizations. The route covers a distance of 500 km through a mix of quiet roads and bicycle paths.

The coast continues with the beautiful blue sea and natural sandy beaches to Mersin, with fantastic views, enjoying the rich and delicious cuisine, from tantuna to cezery, from bulgur dishes to desserts.

Turchia in bici: Gravel in Cappadocia

Gravel experiences in magical Cappadocia

Cappadocia, Türkiye, with its fairy chimneys and almost unreal landscape, is a great place to explore with a gravel bike. The experience of cycling through Cappadocia is unparalleled. Walking along winding and rough paths, one encounters the fairy chimneys, which stand like ancient guardians, their unique shapes catching the eye.

The landscape itself seems to come alive, with each pedal stroke revealing hidden wonders and breathtaking views. The sight of hot air balloons floating elegantly in the Cappadocia sky is surreal. The colors become vibrant and the excitement of traveling through this territory grows.

Türkiye: Cappadocia by Gravel Bicycle

A journey of discovery

One also undertakes the journey to discover historic underground cities. These ancient wonders, carved into the depths of the earth, offer a glimpse into a bygone era and enchant by the ingenuity of those who once inhabited these labyrinthine underground dwellings. Exploring the winding tunnels and chambers, one cannot help but feel a sense of reverence.

Türkiye by bike: Gravel in Cappadocia
Nevşehir, Cappadocia

Cappadocia is a unique gravel destination. In this region in the center of Türkiye, which has existed for millions of years, we pass through one of the most impressive and enchanting landscapes in the world.
In fact, the volcanic terrain lends itself to more adventurous cyclists who enjoy difficulty or mountain biking. The dirt roads are in many cases specially designed to allow pedaling on a variety of surfaces: dirt, gravel, and stabilized pavement to move effortlessly.

The magic of a hot air balloon flight

In Cappadociait is a good idea to treat yourself to a break at one of the region’s many wine cellars or book a sunrise hot air balloon ride to view this mystical land from the sky.

As the hot air balloon gently lifts off the ground, the mystical landscape of Cappadocia unfolds before travelers’ eyes. The bright colors of dawn paint the fairy chimneys and rock formations in shades of orange and pink, creating a mesmerizing spectacle.

It is a unique experience that enriches the exciting adventures experienced on a gravel bike, making the journey truly unforgettable.

Cappadocia Türkiye in gravel photo: Steffi Marth
Cappadocia in gravel – in the photo the Pro MTB cyclist Steffi Marth

The landscape of Cappadocia

As you fluidly traverse the region’s extraordinary volcanic terrain, the landscape begins to vary and climb, adding an element of challenge and excitement to the ride.

The undulating hills and rocky trails test skill and stamina, but the stunning views repay any effort. With each stroke of the pedal, there is a sense of wonder and gratitude for the natural beauty that unfolds before your eyes.

Nevşehir, Cappadocia -Ihlara Canyon by bike
Nevşehir, Cappadocia – Ihlara Canyon

MTB and routes

Cappadocia’s intriguing landscape is a secret gem for mountain bikers. Against the backdrop of a historically significant landscape, one can ride one’s mountain bike along terrain that climbs gently but at the same time takes on curious and steep shapes. In the volcanic valleys there are magnificent paths along which it is possible to stop and admire chimneys or rock chapels. Scattered throughout the area are several dirt and MTB bike paths, perfect for cyclists of all abilities.

Türkiye: Cappadocia by bike photo by Steffi Marth
Cappadocia, pictured here is Pro Steffi Marth

A 23-kilometer-long route known as “Ürgüp – Ortahisarruns through lush orchards and vineyards and is considered one of the best routes. The itinerary “Ürgüp – Avanos – Uçhisar” begins instead in front of the Göreme Open Air Museum, where the most significant collections ofEastern Roman (Byzantine) art in Cappadocia can be seen, as well as the sparkling Damsa River. The route “Güzelyurt – Ihlara Canyon – Underground City of Derinkuyu” on the other hand, is 33 kilometers long and climbs 620 meters; it is a relaxing route but provides an exhilarating cycling adventure.

The gravel trails

Cyclists in Cappadocia have an endless number of possibilities for an unforgettable gravel tour due to the presence of the many volcanic tuff valleys.

One such trail is the“Güvercinlik Valley Trail” near the city of Göreme; it follows a series of tunnels once traveled by the mighty river. By the way, the Turkish name for Güvercinlik Hill is Hill of the Nests of Columbus. Indeed, pigeons flutter over their long-forgotten nests and over the massive rock formations that dominate this enchanted valley.

On two wheels you can discover the ancient caves and architecture of the Eastern Roman Empire, for which this region is famous. Alternatively, you can take the unique opportunity to ride through the mystical valleys of Göreme National Park, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

The wines and hospitality of Cappadocia

The perfect way to end a trip to Cappadocia is with delicious Anatolian cuisine accompanied by its wines. There is a long winemaking tradition in the region dating back thousands of years. Volcanic activity has produced a nutrient-rich tuff soil, which is the reason for the excellence of Anatolian grapes such as Öküzgözü, Kalecik Karası, Boğazkere, Narince and Emir.
Wineries in Cappadocia are open year-round, so you can taste local wines in front of an extraordinary landscape.

Türkiye by bike and gastronomy: Nevşehir Cappadocia
Gastronomy: Nevşehir, Cappadocia

Cappadocia transports you to a magical land where you can admire fairytale landscapes, meet memorable people and travel through time. And when the day draws to a close, the opportunity to spend the night in a cave hotel presents itself as a truly unique and unforgettable experience. Set among natural rock formations, these accommodations offer a cozy and intimate atmosphere, allowing you to soak in the beauty of the surrounding landscape.

As one prepares for the night, the silence of the cave embraces the guest, offering a peaceful rest. And while the allure of underground cities and cave hotels captivates the senses, raise a glass to the journey and traditions of the region.

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Winter cycling destinations: Sicily, Türkiye and Jordan

If you want to treat yourself to an unforgettable experience even in winter, don’t miss the opportunity for a cycling vacation in a destination that makes you forget the crisp air and gray skies.

Sicily, Türkiye and Jordan are destinations where you can admire spectacular landscapes, benefit from the sea air, discover new mountains, ancient cities, and deserts.

These are places to immerse yourself in culture and history, visit archaeological sites, museums, churches, and mosques. You savor the local cuisine, rich in flavor and color, and get to know the friendly and welcoming locals. A winter biking vacation is the perfect choice for those who want to experience an offbeat adventure while enjoying mild weather.

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Sicily: an island to discover by bicycle

Sicily reveals its charm even in the winter months. With a mild climate and low-traffic roads, it becomes a paradise for bicycle enthusiasts. From the route along the Via dei Tramonti, which encompasses the west coast from Trapani to Selinunte, to the more demanding challenges of the Ciclovia dei Parchi, through the spectacular parks of Etna, Nebrodi and Madonie, Sicily offers variety for all cyclists.

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For those who prefer the hinterland, the Sicily Divide represents a 450-kilometer experience through a rural Sicily with authentic and remote charm.

For lovers of climbs, the ascent of Monte Pellegrino near Palermo offers breathtaking views. While the Peloritan ridge offers exciting trails for mountain bikers.

Sicily - Etna

To decide which routes to ride, based on training, elevation gain and personal interests, you can download the Bikeitalia ebooks Sicily by Bicycle: sport and adventure or Sicily by Bicycle: art and culture (please notice: the ebook are in Italian).

Türkiye: a journey through history and nature

Türkiye , with its vast territory and position as a crossroads between East and West, offers outstanding cycling routes. EuroVelo 8, which connects Pergamum to Ephesus through 500 km of history and breathtaking landscapes, is a journey through time from ancient Greece to modernity.

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The Thracian Way, stretching from Edirne – the second capital of the Ottoman Empire – to Istanbul, traverses the lush region of Thrace, offering a spectacle of unique forests, woodlands, and landscapes.

If the desire is to vacation by crystal clear sea, start from Antalya, the tourist capital of Türkiye, to discover the rich history and natural beauty of the Pamphylia region. Along the route, which winds 500 km along the Mediterranean coast, we encounter the ancient city of Side, once an important trading port. This route can be done by bicycle, following low-traffic roads and designated bike paths.

Cycling in Türkiye

Giordania: tra rovine archeologiche e riserve naturali

Jordan welcomes cycling enthusiasts with the Jordan Bike Trail, a route of 730 km that crosses the country from north to south. With 20,000 meters of elevation gain, the route touches archaeological ruins, nature reserves, hospitable villages and the desert. From Um Qais to the port of Aqaba, crossing hills, spectacular canyons, and iconic landscapes such as Petra and Wadi Rum, this trail offers a true cycling adventure.

Jordan JTB BIKING @ Feynan
Jordan JTB BIKING @ Feynan

The site of the Jordan Bike Trailprovides detailed information on difficulty, distances, ride times and places of interest along the trail. Cyclists can choose from a variety of options, ranging from autonomous to logistically supported adventures.

Jordan Um Qais
Jordan Um Qais

Winter, nonetheless, can become the perfect season for exploring these destinations by bicycle. Sicily, Türkiye and Jordan offer unique routes that allow you to immerse yourself in the beauty of their landscapes, the richness of their history and the warm hospitality of their people. Whether you are a seasoned cyclist or an avid rider, these destinations promise an unforgettable experience on the saddle.

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Explore Türkiye by bike with fully supported cycling holidays

Imagine a holiday where you cycle along the stunning landscape of Türkiye, surrounded by a community of passionate cyclists. Expert guides lead the way, ensuring an unforgettable experience, all within the lap of luxury.

Recently, Boostcamp, revered as Türkiye’s leading cycling holiday provider, is gearing up for a series of cycling “Camps&Vacations” that promise an immersive journey through the diverse landscapes of Türkiye. Tailored for amateur cyclists, these holidays are distinguished by their luxurious accommodations, providing a stylish and comfortable exploration of Türkiye’s scenic beauty. The driving force behind Boostcamp consists of some of Türkiye’s most skilled and experienced cyclists, offering a unique opportunity for participants of all levels to enjoy challenging rides and glean insights directly from the country’s cycling pros.

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Boostcamp’s cycling holiday packages pledge exhilarating rides through Türkiye’s spectacular landscapes. With approximately five cycling retreats organized each year, participants can choose from daily routes that wind through captivating destinations, tailoring their experience to their own capabilities. Accompanied by an expert trainer and a support vehicle, cyclists can enjoy the journey with peace of mind, knowing mechanical or emergency assistance is readily available. While no specific skill level is mandated, participants are expected to be proficient in riding with SPD pedals and have prior experience cycling in groups.

Boostcamp organizes cycling holidays in the Turkish Riviera, Aegean, Gallipoli, Cappadocia, and the Black Sea region. Each program spans four to five days and unfolds in a five-star hotel setting. Beyond the exhilarating cycling experiences, these vacations encompass daily recovery sessions, yoga, strenght training workshops, seminars, and evening dinners. Offering more than just a cycling adventure, these vacations provide an opportunity to forge connections with like-minded enthusiasts from around the globe, all against the backdrop of Türkiye’s enticing destinations.

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Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist seeking a new challenge or a leisure rider yearning for a luxurious exploration, Boostcamp’s cycling holidays are a unique blend of physical activity, relaxation, and cultural immersion. Join the upcoming series and let the pedals lead you through an unforgettable Turkish journey.

Marmaris, the revenge on the mountains

The “Revenge on the Mountains” program, starting on March 26, kicks off the series with a five-day cycling extravaganza along the southern coast of Marmaris. Covering 500 kilometers and challenging climbs reaching 8,000 meters, the courses range from coastal roads to mountain ascents flanked by the region’s distinctive pine trees.

Each day, cyclists cover approximately 60 to 100 kilometers to different destinations surrounding Marmaris. For instance, the first day’s ride leads to Orhaniye, the second day offers options between a long ride on Sakar Pass or from Marmaris to Gökova. The full program includes afternoon yoga and mobility sessions, workshops, nightly dinners, a Saturday evening party, and daily Boostcamp meetings to discuss the rides and all things cycling.

Boostcamp’s cycling holidays cater specifically to urban cycling enthusiasts seeking challenges, new routes, and exploration. These trips provide a unique blend of exercise, regional cuisine, and top-notch accommodation, along with daily recovery sessions, workshops, seminars, and shared dinners – fostering genuine connections among like-minded individuals from around the globe.

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For information about Boostcamp Marmaris, March 26-30, 2024, visit:

is more than a bike tour

Kerim Sukan, the owner of the Boostcamp affirms “I envisioned Boostcamp as more than just a cycle tour. It’s a fusion of sport and pleasure, a harmonious blend that brings together the cycling community and local heritage. Through active holiday packages, we aim to provide an opportunity for those seeking to discover new territories, guided by experts both on and off the bike. It’s not just cycling; it’s an immersive experience, where every pedal stroke creates a new memory of exploration and connection.” Kerim is also the founder of the race “Queens” together with Santini and he is the organizer of “Istanbul 24h”, the 24 Hours Cycling Race. Kerim is also the founder of the “Queens” race together with Santini and is the organizer of the“Istanbul 24h.”

Create your own bike trip in Türkiye

Boostcamp provides cycling holidays for those who are seeking personalized tours aligned with their preferences: meticulously tailored, including non-riding activities, and travel preferences.

For more details on upcoming tours, visit

Epic bike climbs, Türkiye

It is an exotic, still mysterious land, perhaps still little known to cycle travelers: Türkiye is a destination celebrated for its proverbial hospitality, landscapes, monuments and gastronomic richness. And for two wheels?

Well known are the Presidential Tour of Türkiye and the Tour of Antalya, which bring together professionals each year ahead of the major European stage tours. But there is much more for bicycle travelers, thanks to the orographic features in which different climates are found and of a giant plateau surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea and the Black Sea.

You may not know it, but there are climbs in Türkiye that are like the Alps and will meet the expectations of the most daring climbers. Let us discover together the most fascinating peaks.

Epic Bike Climbs Türkiye

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Natural areas in Türkiye (Marmaris)

Mount Babadag, Fethiye

24 km – 2000 m positive elevation gain

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We are in southern Türkiye, traversed by the Taurus mountain range, 600 km connecting the plateau with the Mediterranean and Babadag (Mount Father), which is the mountain that marks its beginning.

We start from the enchanting Oludeniz Lagoon and the Valley of Butterflies and ascend through a dense forest that shades the road until we reach an altitude of 1969 meters. From the top you can admire the city of Fethiye. You return by retracing the route taken or…there is paragliding! Babadag is one of the world’s most renowned destinations for gliding enthusiasts, of course do your math well because there is no bicycle transportation!

Mount Elmali, Antalya

28 km – 860m positive elevation gain

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The Göğübeli Pass, for years the queen stage of the Presidential Cycling Tour of Türkiye, is Türkiye’s Cima Coppi. We start in Elmali, a town of 40,000 people located at 1,000 meters above sea level in the southern part of the Anatolian peninsula, overlooking a coastline that seems to dive into the Mediterranean.

The climb is not particularly long, but tough: the gradient in the last 3 km never drops below 10%. Relieving, perhaps, the fatigue is the landscape that surrounds the cyclist, namely pine forests and villages where time seems to stand still. Going up to 1800 meters in the spring makes for an unforgettable experience, with Göğübeli glowing under the Antalya sun surrounded by snow.

Mount Erciyes, Kayseri

24 km – 1150 m positive elevation gain

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Kayseri, a city with 4 millennia of history behind it, is located in the heart of Anatolia and preserves vestiges dating back to the mists of time. This town today is a must pass point for visiting Cappadocia and its fairy chimneys.

Kayseri rises on the slopes of Mount Erciyes, a giant dormant volcano whose summit is 3916 meters. Here it is customary to meet teams of cyclists training at altitude to improve their condition. The ascent to Mount Erciyes is a challenge for legs and will, its climb seems never-ending. The road running south is practically a continuous straight stretch, where the gradients rarely reach double digits, but do not give a moment’s respite.

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Turkish climbs: Erciyes and Kayseri

Mount Uludağ, Bursa

50 km – 2000 m positive elevation gain

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In the southern part of the Sea of Marmara is the city of Bursa, the first capital of the Ottoman Empire, which grew over the centuries due to its commercial role along the silk route.

From Bursa, 100 meters above sea level, begins a climb of more than 30 kilometers that can really test the mind as much as the legs. It is not suitable for inexperienced or untrained cyclists.

After passing the Doğancı Dam, you turn sharply left and start climbing toward the summit of Uludağ, also once known as the Olympus of Misia, an inactive volcano rich in hot springs. Along the way there are a few short descents that allow you to catch your breath before reaching the summit. The itinerary passes through wonderful beauties, landscapes and colors. The Doğancı Dam lake is ice blue, the trees bright green-a postcard that is hard to take your eyes off of.

The summit of Uludağ is located at 2543 m, but the end point of this ascent is at an elevation of 2000 m where there are many hotel facilities, the resort is a popular destination in the winter season for snow sports enthusiasts.

Kiran, Muğla

50 km – 1370 m positive elevation gain

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Imagine a climb, its wild slopes and endless switchbacks with a departure from the Aegean Sea and its sandy beaches. Can you visualize it? In the village of Akyaka, the climb begins, winding along a road with virtually no traffic to Kıran. From time to time we catch glimpses of the sea waters with changing colors, so much so that it looks like an optical illusion: it is the point where the Mediterranean Sea and the Aegean Sea meet. Lush pine forests and fragrant liquidambar trees grow all around.

To make it more interesting, the asphalt is especially rough to withstand summer temperatures. The best time to tackle this climb? October through May, just to avoid the hottest days of the year.

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Bike Hotels in Türkiye

In Türkiye, the Ministry of Tourism grants “bike friendly” certification only to those facilities that manage to guarantee certain minimum requirements, such as having accurate information on bike routes, a special menu for cyclists, and training for staff on bike mechanics.

It is also imperative that these facilities are open 24 hours a day and have laundry and tools for bicycle repair and maintenance, as well as a bike room. Therefore, by choosing a certified bike hotel,you can be reasonably comfortable knowing that you have what you need for a biking vacation.

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