Nazhan Hotel & Cafe

Ataturk Mahallesi 1044 Sokak No:2, Selcuk, 35020, Turkey
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Forum Posts

Local Bus from Denizli to Selcuk

by firsttimeinturkey

Hi has anyone taken the local bus from Denizli to Selcuk? Is there a transfer at Aydin?

If I want to reach Selcuk directly what should I do?

I got confused where these buses stop and where to hop onto another to another destination.

By the way are the bus station at Izmir the same? Meaning bus from selcuk and bus leaving for Cesme is the same station at Izmir?

Re: Local Bus from Denizli to Selcuk

by Sirvictor

There is no transfer at Aydin. You will be travelling in the same bus and seat to Selcuk via Aydin from Denizli. While you are buying the ticket you must say to the men at desk that you will go to Selcuk. He gives your ticket to Selcuk. I am not sure but I think the bus stops at Aydin for an half an hour for new passengers. Dont go away for loking around you may lost yor bus. During short intervals for a toilette notice the traffic number of the bus. If you get lost you can have at least the traffic number. The people will help you. There is a hop to another bus only between small willages. eg. In Denizli you must hop a minibus to Cotton Castle. Between big cities there is no transfer.

To Cesme? You must ask the bus office in Selcuk if they have a direct bus service to Cesme. If they dont you must go to Izmir. At izmir's main bus station you must ask the bus company to Cesme. The bus office to Cesme is also in the same station.
Dont be confused it is very easy.

Re: Local Bus from Denizli to Selcuk

by firsttimeinturkey

Thanks all...

I'm more rest assured now. However, the website is in turkish. Still trying to figure out +)

Travel Tips for Selcuk

of course,you stay here mainly to visit ephesus!

by cbeaujean

of course,you want to visit ephesus...as MANY OTHER PEOPLE DO....but wait a minute....if you want to do it ALONE (or nearly) go there for the gates opening :8.00 a.m!!!
from 10am (even in october):overcrowded and noisy....you loose the spell.

open daily from 8a.m to 7 p.m (winter until sunset 5 p.m) the unique spell of a so famous archeologic site!

If you're looking for more Ruins- Priene & Miletus

by farpost2

Selcuk is a good base for a day trip to see Priene, Miletus and Didyma. We hired a motorbike in town for 40 YTL and set out to see Priene and Miletus. After some navigation problems, we got there and had both sites to ourselves to roam around and explore.

Priene was located south of Selcuk about 35kms? up on a hill overlooking the valley below. The main attraction is the Temple of Apollo, but they have plenty of restoration to complete to recreate this city.

Miletus is around 20kms? south of Priene and is worth a visit for the Theater that is still in good shape. There are several other structures to see here but theater is by far the most impressive.

If you still have time on the way back, Pammucak Beach is a great place to catch the sunset.

Sirince: A Mix of Turkish-Greek Culture

by gezbelle

Sirince is located 12 km from Ephesus. It was originally called Cirkince (Ugly) by the locals to hide the beauty of the town from outsiders.

It is a pretty little town exemplifying the wonderful Turkish-Greek culture. In the 15th Century, there were a number of freed Greek slaves settling in Sirince.

In the 1920s, Turkey and Greece had a population exchange program with many more Greeks settling in Sirince.

The Greek culture can be seen in the white-washed houses that dot the hilly landscape.

Women line the narrow cobbled streets selling handicrafts and other knick-knacks.

Sirince is known for it's wine. There are many Sarap Evler (wine houses) in Sirince where wine tastings are available. The best are the fruit wines such as blackberry, kiwi, peach.

It is easy to get to Sirince from Selcuk on a dolmus (local shared bus). Selcuk to Sirince is about 15 minutes. It is about 1 YTL for a one-way trip.

From Selcuk to Sirince

by backpackerbaby

I was totally confused by the different forms of buses and dolmuses in Turkey; maybe there are too many bus companies.

The pic shows the dolmus I took to get to Sirince. The journey took me 0.5 hour and costed 1.5 Million Turkish Lira.

If you are getting to Sirince from Selcuk, remember to check the schedule of the dolmus for your way back. The last dolmus departed at 5.30p.m. at Sirince during my visit.

getting to Selchuk

by Malecka

Since a lot of people from Macedonia travel to Turkey there is a direct line Skopje-Kushadasi offered during the summer. I assume there are buses traveling from Bulgaria as well.
It is an option if you are PSYCHOLOGIVCALLY prepared to travel 18 hours. And then from Kushadasi there is a dolmush to Selchuk.

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