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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....
There is a wide variety to eat delicious food in Didim. You can taste various popular cuisines here. You'll be offered Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Thai and European cooking and Turkish food from simple meals to gourmet feasts.

Dining in Turkey is lighthearted, lingering and can last hours. Didim restaurants offer everything from traditional Turkish cuisine to contemporary Western to everything in between. Dinner usually begins with drinks, followed by "meze" Turkish starters or hors d'oeuvres and then progresses through entree to desert, usually fresh fruit in the summer season. Each course, of course punctuated by liberal doses of Raki.

There are many places serving Turkish food, and you can find shish kebab, döner and pide on every corner in Didim Altinkum, it is highly recommended to taste fish and seafood, particularly octopus, calamari and squid. ...
Council offers an exciting range of entertainment, arts, cultural, community and sporting programs and events at its many venues throughout the Region which are listed in this events calendar
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Shopping in local markets is very entertaining and a different experience. You can find there fresh fruits and local vegetables, textiles and embroideries. Market days are as follows: Wednesday for food / Saturday for textiles.

You can also browse around Didim Town where you can buy anything from herbs and spices to a new fishing rod!

Altinkum also has a main shopping centre where you can stock up on clothes, shoes, handbags and perfume....
There are several beaches in Akbuk. On some of them, you can be the only person enjoying the beach.
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If you are on holiday, you shouldn’t miss to have a delicious meal at the restaurants offering fresh fish. There are many bars and restaurants with tasty food....
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There are a few medium sized supermarkets in Akbuk and several fish stalls, market shops and a green-grocer. Every Friday Akbuk holds a market where you can buy the freshest of fruit and vegetables....
Looking out to sea from Mavisehir beaches the Greek islands that you can see are Agathonissi and Farmako (Phamakonisi). In Roman times Julius Ceaser was held captured on the island of Farmako by kidnappers for 34 days.

On a good day you can see the islands of Samos to the north and to the west are Lipsi, Arki and Patmos, all part of the Leros group of islands...
There are a few Restaurant Cafe's in Mavisehir thad have friendly staff. Situated on the water front in peaceful Mavisehir, ideal to enjoy the fabulous sunsets over the Greek Islands....
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There are a few medium sized markets in Mavisehir and several fish stalls, market shops and a green-grocer. Take a trip on the Dolmus from Altinkum, through Didim to Mavisehir in the evening. There's plenty to do with a late night market (check which nights) and restuarants that over look the sea. The sunsets are superb and worth the 15 minute dolumus ride from Altinkum. ...
This area is famous for it’s quiet bays and green view. Yesilkent has a beautiful beach with crystal clear water offering few water sports. There is a little café/restaurant on the beach where you can get some snack. You will also find here some local shops and restaurants. Perfect place for those who would like to relax and enjoy the quiet and piece of this beautiful area ...
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