The section from Gey departs the village through terraced stony fields, used until recently for the production of Tobacco, now used for wheat. There is a very narrow section with views down to the sea far below, before the climb to Bel, the pass (Bel means pass it Turkish).
From Bel, a climb into a beautiful pine lined meadow before walking on a Roman road to the pass above.
The descent to the ancient city of Sidyma is gentle and has views up mt Akdag, the Lycian Mt. Blanc.
The site of Sidyma is charming the Roman period, town is nestled in the village of Hisar ( Dodurga).
Late Roman tomb at Sidyma
Spring Meadow near Sidyma in Lycia
Column at Sidyma with Lycian Way mark
The faces of the past at Sidyma
Group of Trekkers near Sidmya with The mountain of Akdag