Izmir is the province that Selcuk belongs to and it is about 1-hour distance (80km) by bus. There are plenty of beautiful places to visit in Izmir such as Clock Tower, Kemeralti Grand Bazaar, the historical elevator, and the most famous seaside a.k.a. Alsancak Kordon. There are busses to anywhere in & around in the […]
It is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The first temple was completed in 800 BC, and subsequently 3 more were constructed after each were destroyed. According to legend in 356 BC, a young Ephesian set fire to the temple’s wooden roof burning it to the ground.
House of the Virgin Mary It is located very near to Ephesus. The small stone house is believed to be where the Virgin Mary lived out her final days. Although not officially authenticated by the Catholic Church, the first pilgrimage by Pope Leo XIII in 1896 suggests a positive attitude towards the site.
Of course, once you are thinking to visit Selcuk, you definetely want to know what you can do here. Well, even though most of the people come to this city for the historical Ephesus Ancient city, there are a lot of things to do other than that. Here, we will list them starting from the
If you would like to eat in a local restaurant to taste delicious Turkish cuisine we are going to recommend to you exactly the places in Selcuk where to eat. As you might already know, Turkish cuisine is very rich and you can’t finish eating even if you eat for a whole month straight! So,