Come for a short trip or stay for a week. Selcuk is one of those special places that will linger in your soul for a long time.

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Selcuk Vacation Packages

Visitors to this Kusadasi destination share space with approximately 29,000 people who live here.

Ankara, the national capital, is located 320 miles northeast of Selcuk, while Sirince is 4 miles to the southeast.

This region contains some ecological reserves, where visitors can enjoy unique surrounds and remarkable native species. Discover the beauty of Cave of the Seven Sleepers and enjoy your escape from the daily grind.

See the world in a new light at a couple of the intriguing exhibition spaces here. The Ephesus Museum and the Selcuk Efes Kent Bellegi History Museum offer ever-evolving collections that will be sure to spark your curiosity. Another two worth considering are the Camlik Railway Museum and the Maket Koy.

Step back through the ages at some of the carefully preserved heritage sites in Selcuk. Ephesus Ruins and Temple of Artemis are two of the premier heritage sites. Byzantine Aqueduct and Trajan Fountain are also recommended for glimpses into days gone by.

The castles and fortresses in Selcuk have vigorously stood as structures representing security and strength for the surrounding villages. Ayasuluk Castle, an important local landmark, shows how noblemen lived behind the thick walls and defended their territory from plunderers and thieves.

With a great deal of spiritual sites, Selcuk has become a hotspot for those into religious history. Take a few moments to venture around Basilica of St. John and House of the Virgin Mary. Also consider the Isabey Mosque and the Temple of Domitian.

Selcuk residents having lunch can often be seen at State Agora or Domitian Square. If you decide to walk around the area, shop at local stores, or even even treat yourself to lunch, these public lands are popular choices.

Like many places with an interesting history, Selcuk has some impressive memorials and symbolic sculptures. Many families make the journey to the Memmius Monument and Crisler Library, because of the compelling events that they honor. Those wanting more memorials should check out Mother Mary House.

It doesn't matter how many famous attractions you've squeezed into your trip, visits to Bath of Varius and Arcadian Way are a good way to get an authentic local experience.

Accommodation in Selcuk

Booking a comfortable and welcoming hotel is an important component of any vacation. Expedia lists many of the finest Selcuk hotels.

The Nisanyan Hotel, at Sirince Köyü, and the Terrace Houses Sirince - Fig, Olive and Grapevine, at Sirince Village are two of the higher-quality accommodation options in Selcuk. Book a room at either and you'll be guaranteed to have some of the nicest rooms in town. More budget-friendly hotels worth considering include the Richmond Ephesus Resort, at Pamucak Mevkii, and the Palm Wings Ephesus Beach Resort, at Efes Antik Sehir Plaji Kusadasi Yolu.

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