Didim is a tiny town in Turkey’s southwest. It has a Mediterranean climate. The beaches are pebbly and sandy. The Temple of Apollo, Lake Bafa, and the ruins of an old stadium are the principal attractions. There are restaurants, pubs, and discos for entertainment seekers. The town’s safety is at an all-time high. The living expenses are reasonable.
Didim’s beaches are sand and pebble-covered and span for 65 kilometers along the Aegean Sea. The beach at Altinkum (“Golden Sands”) attracts the majority of visitors. The “Blue Flag,” a European symbol of quality, has been granted to the small pebble beaches of Didim resort town.
The Temple of Apollo is the main attraction in Didim, which is said to be the birthplace of god Apollo, according to the myth. A marble bas-relief depicting Medusa’s head being slain by Perseus is preserved in the temple. In addition, there are the ruins of an ancient stadium in the town, where ancient competitions, games, and ceremonies were staged. Lake Bafa, one of Turkey’s most beautiful spots, is not far from town. There are almost 250 different bird species that dwell there. There are entertainment facilities, discos, and comfortable restaurants for those who enjoy entertainment.
Enjoy your Didim vacation!