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There is a good range of accommodation in Didim, from luxury resorts
Didim Altinkum is one of popular holiday destinations in Turkey. There is a wide range of options for hotels in and around Didim Altinkum suitable for pretty much any budget. 5 star hotels, 4 star hotels, 3 star hotels, 2 star hotels, Apart hotels, Boutique hotels, Holiday villages and family pensions are available in Didim Altinkum. Before you reserve any hotel make sure you understand exact location of the hotel well....
Altinkum translated means “Golden Sands” – what an appropriate name! There are 3 Blue Flag Beaches, a prestigious, international award scheme which acts as a guarantee to tourists that a beach or marina they are visiting is one of the best in the world. They all slope gently and are very safe for families with children....
Didim offers so much to see and do, you might forget to explore its incredible surroundings. So why not Use Didim as your starting point, then explore and discover more of the great outdoors, by visiting one of our neighbouring cities, MiletusPrieneEphesus or Bafa Lake to explore and enjoy beautiful A historic and cultural site....
Didim is the site of the antique city of Didyma with its ruined Temple of Apollo. City of Didim in Turkey - find out all the information you need: education, financial, population, transportation, health care and places of entertainment in Didim....
Getting here is easy. Didim is close to two international airports: Bodrum is considered its “home airport,” located just under 100 kilometers away, whereas İzmir (150 kilometers in the opposite direction) offers better year-round connections either direct or via İstanbul from an ever-growing number of destinations. A recent addition is direct flights to and from the Republic of Ireland.

For those of our readers already in the country, Didim is a mere two hours’ drive from İzmir. Didim can be reached by domestic plane, rented car, train via İzmir and direct coaches from many parts of Turkey including Ankara, Antalya or Samsun and of course İstanbul.
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Family Fun... Fun times and the beauty of the beaches, seas and water attractions in Didim. ...Didim - beaches and water fun times ..... Family fun at Didim Aqua Park, jeep safari, horse safari ,scuba diving and More fun...
If you want to take a break from lazing on Didim's stunning beaches there are plenty of options for outdoor pursuits such as ATV riding or horseback riding along the beach...
The main resort shopping centre is Dolphin Square, near the centre of the resort front. There are also a large number of shops on the seafront. All the shops are open late at night when the area becomes its liveliest. This is your opportunity to pick up a real bargain, especially if you are good at haggling! If you fancy designer clothes but can’t normally afford them then many good copy designer items are on sale. If you are looking for jewellery then you will find that the quality of the gold here is excellent with the prices much cheaper than in England. When shopping for provisions, there are several supermarkets, which cater for most people’s tastes, having a wide variety of well-known food, toiletries and kitchen goods. There are also a number of smaller shops that have a wide selection of provisions. If you love markets and haggling, then visit the great selection of markets, Altinkum on a Saturday, Soke on a Wednesday, Akbuk on a Friday, and every night in the summer months Mavisher market...
Attractions, shopping, outdoor activities - everything you want to do and see in Didim is easily accessible - within walking distance, a short drive Didim is known for being a very walkable city with a compact downtown core, so you’ll likely find many of the places you want to go are just a short walk from your hotel. Visit our Maps section to help plan your route. Taxis are plentiful and can be hailed on the street, as well as found at designated stands, and called for pick-up. If you prefer to drive yourself around, you’ll find that most major car rental companies have offices in Didim. Parking is available at most hotels, and is easy to find around most attractions. Visit our Transit System page for more information about using Didim public transportation system to get around. Visit our page to explore other modes of getting around in Didim. Search below to find listing for taxi companies, car and RV rentals....
Turkey has come a long way from medieval practices and has flourished into a leading medical and healthcare region for Europe and a top competitor with even the US. They have low costs and excellent quality facilities, treatments, and technology making them an excellent place to receive top rate health care. Their doctors are usually trained abroad and a lot holding certification from the US. Being an EU candidate for membership they consistently uphold their standards of healthcare. If you’re travelling to Turkey be assured you will receive some of the best care and will be treated by some of the best trained doctors in the country. In short, if you have to be sick, Turkey is a great place to be sick....
Most travelers comment on the friendliness and hospitality of the Turkish people. It really is exceptional. Turkey is not only friendly, it is, in many ways, as safe as Europe and North America, although no place is completely safe. in perspective ...
Nature-lovers can enjoy lots of great adventures in Didim and, there is plenty to keep you busy on your holiday...
In Didim you can charter your own boat for the day or even longer with a trusted and experienced crew on board to sail wherever your heart desires, away from the hustle and bustle with friends and family....
For many the most dramatic feature is the ruins of the Ionic Temple of Apollo with its columns pointing up into the sky, and its legend of the romance between Apollo and Daphne. The original temple and home of an oracle was destroyed during the Persian Wars and the one we see today was rebuilt following the victory over the Persians of Alexander the Great. [2] [3] [4] Nearby Miletos, the ruins of the ancient city including a well-preserved antique theatre, stadium, baths of Faustina, temple of Serapis and much more....
The easiest way to travel between Greece and Turkey is on a ferry from a Greek island to the Turkish mainland(or vice-versa). Ferries (motorboats and hydrofoils) depart from at least six Greek islands to ten ports in Turkey. The busiest, most convenient Turkish ports are Bodrum, Marmaris,Kuşadası and Çeşme; those in Greece are Rhodes, Kos, Samos and Chios ...