In a world that is becoming increasingly digital, where the metaverse is emerging and new information and communication technologies are being developed in order to stay ahead of the curve, it is important to keep your feet on the ground. This camp has been created to cultivate or deepen your manual and practical skills, to reconnect with nature and to meditate while walking.
Will you be the next to participate in this camp where challenging yourself, stepping out of your comfort zone and rewarding activities are at the heart of the programme?
- 12 to 22 years old
- 19-25 June 2023
Distance : 17,4 km
Deniv. : +1160m – 560m
Difficulty : Quite hard
Duration : 6-7h
Distance : 14 km
Deniv. : +346m – 925m
Difficulty : Average
Duration : 5h
Distance : 10,4 km
Deniv. : +978m – 272m
Difficulty : Average
Duration : 5-6h
From Alinca to Kalkan
Plan a quick visit to the ancient sites of (6) Xanthos and (7) Létoon, not far from Patara, before turning east on the D400. The road reveals itself in all its splendor above the beautiful town of (8) Kalkan, where you will have lunch, with dazzling views of the Mediterranean.
In the afternoon, stroll through shops and old Greek houses before treating yourself to a seafood feast for dinner.
From Kalkan to Kaş
The next day, continue eastwards. You pass the pretty beach of (9) Kaputas: with cliffs as a backdrop, it’s the perfect place for a swim.
The motorway then follows the coast for the highway then follows the coast for 20 km: on your right, the azure sea; on your left, high mountains. Next stop: (10) Kaş, a lively, historic port nestled in the foothills, as if isolated from the rest of the world, which is well worth a one-night stop, as there is so much to discover.
There is no shortage of bars and restaurants, and live music is frequent. Water taxis take you to the beaches and islands, which are among the best diving spots in Turkey. The remains of the past are also omnipresent here, like the Lycian tombs carved in the rock and illuminated at night, above the ballet of tourists below.
From Kaş to Çıralı
You’ll need to get up early to tackle the next busy day. You’ll need to get up early to tackle the next day, which will be a busy one.
Step off the D400 for a while for a stop at the village of (11) Üçagiz, which will give you the opportunity to ditch the car for a few hours. Book an organized tour or private boat to explore the sunken city of (12) Kekova (Batik Şehir) and (13) Kaleköy, dominated by a ruined crusader’s castle high above.
Back on land, head northeast through a dry landscape to the town of (14) Demre, home to the remarkable remains of Myra and the church of St Nicholas.
From Demre, the beach of (15) Çıralı is 78 km away via the D400. The first part of the road is sublime. It twists and turns along the mountains by the sea before heading inland through the pine forest to the turnoff for Çıralı.
From Çıralı to Antalya
After 1 night in Çıralı, head north on the D400. Take a picnic break in the beautiful town of (16) Phaselis, where you’ll find three lovely coves and some ruins. The last stretch of road to (17) Antalya is fast.
Kaleiçi, the old town of Antalya, forms a fascinating ensemble of Roman, Seljuk and Ottoman monuments. It is not possible to drive around. Park beforehand and explore the area on foot.
- 3 Meals/ day
- Aeroports transfert
- All inter-city transfers between cities from day 4 to day 7
- Pictures print
- Budget for free time