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Linekers Bar

Bars - Pubs

Sensation Open Air Disco &

Beach Clubs

Kamaci 2 Restaurant

Fish - Seafood

Medusa House Didim

Boutique Hotel

İkbal's Cafe & Bar

Bars - Pubs

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Temple of Serapis

Serapis is a Hellenistic god that was created by the Ptolemaic’s of Egypt as a means to unite Greeks and Egyptians and the g...

Serapis is a Hellenistic god that was created by the Ptolemaic’s of Egypt as a means to unite Greeks and Egyptians and the god was depicted having a Greek appearance with Egyptian adornments and combined traditional symbolic forms of different cults to signify both abundance and resurrection.

Temple of Serapis

D Marin Didim Yacht Marina

D Marin Didim Yacht Marina opened in 2009 as the largest marina in Turkey with capabilities to host and service “SuperYachts...

D Marin Didim Yacht Marina opened in 2009 as the largest marina in Turkey with capabilities to host and service “SuperYachts” and is Turkey’s catamaran centre. This environmentally friendly marina ensures energy and water are not wasted, it has a Blue Flag certificate as well as 5

D Marin Didim Yacht Marina

Yenihisar Didim

Today Yenihisar is the area of Didim (or Didyma) and Altinkum and is surrounded by several ancient sites, the most famous of which...

Today Yenihisar is the area of Didim (or Didyma) and Altinkum and is surrounded by several ancient sites, the most famous of which is the Temple of Apollo built in the 8th century BC and is one of the most visited tourist sites in Turkey; it is also close to the ancient sites of Miletos and Ephesus

Yenihisar Didim

Altinkum Third Beach

This small beach is located at the harbour end of Altinkum; it’s quieter than the Main and Second Beaches and is popular wit...

This small beach is located at the harbour end of Altinkum; it’s quieter than the Main and Second Beaches and is popular with families who have young children as the water here is shallow. The local restaurant owners provide a free minibus service that collects and returns customers to their h

Altinkum Third Beach

Altinkum Second Beach

Second Beach is further along from Main Beach, it’s somewhat smaller and also offers facilities such sun loungers and umbrel...

Second Beach is further along from Main Beach, it’s somewhat smaller and also offers facilities such sun loungers and umbrellas along with all kinds of water sport activities including jet skis and windsurfing.  This beach is very popular with families as the soft sandy beach slopes gentl

Altinkum Second Beach

Altinkum Main Beach

Main Beach is located in Altinkum’s town centre and just metres away from Dolphin Square where there are many shops, re...

Main Beach is located in Altinkum’s town centre and just metres away from Dolphin Square where there are many shops, restaurants, bars and cafés and most of the night time venues. This beautiful golden sand beach gently slopes into calm clear turquoise water and has no waves thus m

Altinkum Main Beach

Dolphin Square Altinkum

This is the lively part of Altinkum where most of the dance clubs,  disco’s and bars are located that stay open till da...

This is the lively part of Altinkum where most of the dance clubs,  disco’s and bars are located that stay open till dawn and the DJs spin the latest thumping dance tracks and popular music.  Most of the venues are spread out along the beach front leading toward Altinkum’s Thir

Dolphin Square Altinkum

Bafa Lake

Two thousand years ago the Soke Plain was actually a large gulf under the sea and sediment from the Buyuk Menderes River gradually...

Two thousand years ago the Soke Plain was actually a large gulf under the sea and sediment from the Buyuk Menderes River gradually filled the gulf turning it into the plain and the lake is what remains of that sea. The lake has two islands, one of which is not a full island and is linked by sand to

Bafa Lake

Labranda Ancient Ruins

This is one of the best preserved ancient cities in all Turkey and is located 14km north of Milas on the Kocayayla (High Plateau)....

This is one of the best preserved ancient cities in all Turkey and is located 14km north of Milas on the Kocayayla (High Plateau). The dirt road that leads there is very rough and dusty but well worth the effort as you will find this wonderful ancient city sitting among pine and plane trees that has

Labranda Ancient Ruins

Euromos Ancient City

This ancient city is 12km from Milas and 42km away from Akbuk , is surrounded by pine trees and was once was connected by road to ...

This ancient city is 12km from Milas and 42km away from Akbuk , is surrounded by pine trees and was once was connected by road to Mylasa, it has a Temple of Zeus dating from Hadrian times that has 8 columns on its front façade and is very well preserved. The columns have inscriptions with the

Euromos Ancient City

Blue Flag Beaches in Didim

Blue Flag Beaches in Didim are as follows: 3. Koy Public Beach, Altinkum Public Beach Buyuk Anadolu Didim Resort Hotel, ...

Blue Flag Beaches in Didim are as follows: 3. Koy Public Beach, Altinkum Public Beach Buyuk Anadolu Didim Resort Hotel, Caprice Thermal Palace Club Patio (Lookea Didim), Club Tarhan Didim Beach Resort D-Marin Didim Marina Holiday Resort Hotel Oteler Onu (Dolunay) Public Beach Palm Wi

Blue Flag Beaches in Didim

Didim

Didim is a very popular holiday resort with beautiful coast of long sandy beaches, on clear turquoise waters and has many ancient ...

Didim is a very popular holiday resort with beautiful coast of long sandy beaches, on clear turquoise waters and has many ancient historic sites. It has a microclimate enjoying 300 days of sunshine per year, with warm winters and where the residents are still able to enjoy water sports and the beach

Didim

Temple of Apollo Didim

Didyma is on the west coast of Turkey and home to the Temple of Apollo, one of the most significant of sacred sites and whose magn...

Didyma is on the west coast of Turkey and home to the Temple of Apollo, one of the most significant of sacred sites and whose magnificent ruins attract thousands of visitors making it one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country.   Didyma Didyma (also known as Didymaion) mean

Temple of Apollo Didim

Beaches of Altinkum

Altinkum has three beaches, two of which are at each end of the resort, beginning at the harbour and ending at the rocky cape, ...

Altinkum has three beaches, two of which are at each end of the resort, beginning at the harbour and ending at the rocky cape, and are Main Beach and Second Beach, offering visitors with over 1km of beach. Third Beach is located at the harbour end of the resort. Main Beach of Altinkum It

Beaches of Altinkum

Getting to Didim

You can get to Didim by bus, plane or by sea. Getting to Didim By Bus You can reach Didim with regular bus services fro...

You can get to Didim by bus, plane or by sea. Getting to Didim By Bus You can reach Didim with regular bus services from all parts of Turkey during the summer season. It takes two hours by bus from Izmir to Didim, and an hour from Aydin to Didim. Bus Station Tel: (+90 256) 811 0

Getting to Didim

Akbuk Info

Akbuk is 23 km away from Didim centre, and 106 km away from Aydin city centre. Akbuk, which has a natural port, has 11 km of coast...

Akbuk is 23 km away from Didim centre, and 106 km away from Aydin city centre. Akbuk, which has a natural port, has 11 km of coastline. It is an ideal place for those who search for a unique and tranquil place with its gorgeous nature and beautiful coasts. Akbuk has one of the cleanest air in Turkey

Akbuk Info

Didim Photos

Milet Museum

Sensation VIP Lounge Altinkum

Temple of Apollon

Altinkum Beach

Gumuskum Beach Didim

Doganbey Village

Didim Property For Sale

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36 Brand New 2 Bed

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New Complex offering 3, 2

Turkish Food Recipes

Aubergine with Minced Meat - Vegetable Courses

Main Course

Fish Cooked in Milk - Other Main Courses

Main Course

Dried Figs Stuffed with Walnuts - Other Desserts

Dessert

Turkish Kidney Bean Soup - Soup

Feta Cheese Pie - Pastries

Tea Time Pastry

Fish Patties - Seafood Mezes

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