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Turkey is one of the most popular destinations over the world for cross-country cycling with its excellent cycle routes. Also there are plenty of opportunities for your cycling holiday in Turkey.
How about traveling across two continents on two wheels? Turkey offers you an unbelievable cycling journey.
From lush mountains in the north to the scenic turquoise coast in the south, Turkey calls you to get off the beaten track. Very well hotels on the Mediterranean cost and many rivers, lakes in Taurus Mountain.
Cross-country cycling is quickly gaining popularity in Turkey as a outdoor activity. In many cases however it is not only a pure bike holiday. It is mostly a combination of several activities.
Some love the pleasurable immersion into nature. Others prefer to exhaust their own limits, simply for the kick. To bike on some of the most beautiful trails, to enjoy the panorama views together and to call in at one of the really old mountain huts.
A bike holiday is nature experience, beautiful landscape, physically challenging, in addition, a thrust of adrenalin with technically difficult down hills.
Silent mountain, ancient olive groves, still lakes, ruler settings, poppy fields, waving hillocks, lowing pastures, bubbling rivers, endless panoramas, country markets, sun drenched plazas, laden tables, rich wines, cycle trails, drifting lavender scents, quiet ruins, sighing pines, leaping shores, tempting vistas, shady routes and curving paths.
These are unforgettable experiences for everyone. Free ride, single trail or back country are trendy.
You can choose the tuff trails of Cappadocia, rocky single tracks along the Mediterranean Turquoise Coast, or the ultimate adventure biking in the Kackar Mountains and Turkish Lake District, the experience will be unforgettable.
You ride in places that are in one of the best biking countries on earth. From intense technical single track to remote forest roads there is something for everyone.
Ayder Plateau, Camlihemsin, Rize
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