Places To Visit

Visit the vibrant town of Didim and Altinkum. The complex has its own free shuttle bus service into town. Dolphin Square for its restaurants is worth a visit, and the sea front has a multitude of dining establishments and a fantastic evening entertainment.

Many of the restraurants will provide a free taxi service.The town is well serviced with banks and all types of shops. Just off the seafront is a “shopping centre” where if you enjoy haggling you’ll be in your element. There is also the ever popular Saturday market in the centre of town, alongside 3 large supermarkets for all your amenities.

Close by attractions include:

  • Tennis
  • Water sports
  • Aqua Park
  • Scuba diving
  • Safe clean beaches
  • Horse riding
  • Fishing
  • Boat trips including Cos (45 mins) and Samos
  • Apollo Temple
  • Brand new Marina with restaurants

Further afield to the north is one of the ancient Seven Wonders of the World, Ephesus, and the nearby bustling harbour town of Kusadasi.

The lovely town of Bodrum is to the south with its natural harbour, boats and Crusader Castle. There are a host of day trips; overnight, and boat trips to be taken.

Pamukkale is located in Turkey’s Inner Aegean region, in the River Menderes valley, which enjoys a temperate climate over the greater part of the year.

Didum is the home of the god Apollo where only priests were allowed to enter and consult the Oracle. The construction of the Temple of Apollo commenced circa 300 B.C. With its towering 120 columns it was the third largest temple in the ancient Greek world. Medusa’s head and Poseidon reside here...!