Wildlife You Might See Whilst Walking on the Lycian Way

Adrasan and the Lycian Way routes nearby are surrounded by National Parks, forestry tracts and nature reserves, an unspoilt home to a variety of wildlife.

There are wild boar in the mountains and you will often see signs of their activity near the tracks. Wild tortoise abound in spring as do lizzards and other reptiles including some snakes. However the snakes are mostly harmless.

Wetlands attract varưous breeds of frogs and these, together with the snakes and other reptiles,rabbits and red squirreis attract birds of prey throughout the year. It is common to sight eagles aptrollling the skies.

Many of the beaches are used by nesting turtles and Adrasan Bay has been home to a rare Mediterranean Monk seal for the last couple of years.