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Just 2km from Selcuk, Ephesus can only be described
as spectacular. Once the second biggest city in the Mediterranean and capital of the province Asia. The list of places to see there is long: the Vedius Gymnasium, the Port Baths, the two ampitheatres (the larger could set 24,000), the Library of Celsus, the Commercial Agora, and numerous temples, to mention but a few. The Roman hillside houses are famous for their frescoes and mosaics.

Selçuk is also within easy reach of archaeological sites at Didyma, Metropolis, Bergama, Priene and Cesme, with Heirapolis (with the spectacular thermal springs at Pammukkale, Aphrodisias (click to see slideshow) and many more. For more details follow link to Archaeological sites


Nearby, a pretty and popular restored Greek town that is located in the mountains, 8km from Selcuk. Sirinçe lies amongst hillsides covered with vineyards, peach gardens and olive groves.

All areas in Tukey are accessible from Selçuk and ferries to Samos leave from Kusadasi, only 20minutes away by car. Kusadasi never sleeps. Those seeking the night life shouldlook no further. Paradise for the younger. Good restaurants too. 
Direct transport connections

Selçuk is 40minutes by car from Izmir international airport. (ADB).

Selcuk has rail connections to Izmir airport (direct, about an hour) and Aydin that operate several times per day.

Follow this link for a Google map of the area