Didim Port

Didim is situated on the south-west Aegean coast of Türkiye between Bodrum and Kuşadası. As one of Türkiye’s prime holiday destinations, Didim has a rich cultural heritage, golden beaches, and a coast of intricate coves, each a wonder of nature. The Temple of Apollo in Didim is one of the largest and best-preserved temples of the ancient world. There are few better beaches on the Aegean coast than the beautiful Altınkum, and it’s easy to hop on a boat trip to one of the picturesque coves to enjoy a swim. Fascinating ancient cities and gorgeous natural wonders await you. Didim is not a run-of-the-mill summer resort: the tourist attractions are only the start. The vibrant life of the city continues well after the summer season closes down. Large communities of ex-pat Europeans, especially the British, have settled in Didim, and consequently the shopping centres, market and supermarkets are full of bustling international activity year-round.

Didim Cruise Port

Didim has a sheltered bay, ideal for anchoring ships, with a golden, sandy beach within easy walking distance from the pier for cruise guests. Also, a regular fast-ferry connection runs during the summer months to the Greek islands of Kos, Patmos and Samos, all of which are within a radius of 30 nautical miles. The pier at Didim Cruise Port is currently only suitable for ferries and tenders. The passenger terminal is new and the whole facility is of course ISPS compliant.

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City Center: 4 Km

Airport: 85 Km to Bodrum-Milas Airport

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Didim with 5 senses
SEE
  • The Temple of Apollo
  • Ancient City of Miletus
TASTE
  • Local virgin olive oil
  • Local delicious figs
  • Pine honeys
SMELL
  • Limitless oxygen at
  • Lake Bafa Nature Park
TOUCH
  • Golden sands at Altınkum Beach
  • Turquoise sea at Akbük
LISTEN
  • The local songs and stories at
  • White Gold Festival each april