A rough and winding road might make this bit of paradise not the easiest place to reach.The beauty of its setting and the turquoise perfection of the pools make it arguably a journey worth making, the Lonely Planet has gone as far as describing it as one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
It consists of a natural 300 m limestone bridge, under which passes the Cahabón River. Atop the bridge is a series of stepped, turquoise pools, a popular swimming attraction.
With its name sake taken from the accent civilisation which once ruled the area , the Lycian Way is a footpath which covers a distance of approximately 334 miles. This costal route stretches from Oludeniz to Geyikbayiri and has been listed by the Sunday Times as one of the worlds top ten walks.