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Being a center in many civilizations since the antiquity, Aydin is home to historic and natural riches.

71 kilometers from Aydin, Kusadasi is an interesting place to explore with its many spas, its caves, Aslanli and Zeus, in addition to its splendid bays and beaches. You can explore the many wonders of this town in any season of the year.

Its settlement located in the Buyuk Menderes delta region, Didim is famous for its handicrafts, adorable natural beauty with the beaches and the sea. Didim also houses the Temple of Apollo which used to be the center of prophecy in antiquity. 

For the nature and history enthusiast, two of the major destinations are Sirtlanini Cave, with its close location to the Aphrodisias ruins, and Zeus Cave, with its cool waters.

Aphrodisias Archeological Site and Museum, the Temple of Apollo, Aydin Archeological Museum, Karacasu Ethnography Museum, Gerga, Harpasa and Alinda are some of the most interesting historical riches to be visited.

If you are looking for alternative activities, you can go to Karabaglar Canyon, go trekking or biking in the Besparmaklar Mountains and the Dilek Peninsula National Park, combining travel with nature and adrenaline.

An unmistakable stop on the itineraries of all the world’s leading cruises, Kusadasi is one of the three biggest ports in Turkey. You can make your visit even more exciting by joining a tour from Kusadasi to the Greek islands or a different route.

With its cultural, historic and natural riches, Aydin appeals both to the traditional summer traveler and the action lover.  

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