Sirince Village Tour is a private tour and everyday departure, Kusadasi, Selcuk, İzmir, and the harbor.
What to see during the Village of Sirince Exclusive Tour from Kusadasi?
What to expect during the Village of Sirince Exclusive Tour from Kusadasi?
Already seen Ephesus? There’s still a lot of Turkey left, as you’ll see in this village life tour.
Details of Sirince Village Tour
Let us take you on a journey of a Sirince Village Tour.
We will pick you up from your hotel in Kusadasi, Selcuk, or İzmir, Kusadasi harbor. Then we will drive to Sirince.
Sirince is a beautiful hill town only 8 km (5 miles) east of Selcuk, near Ephesus. Sirince’s construction style today belongs to Anatolian Greeks. The houses on the slope are all Original with their white paint. There is a good view at the slope are all original with their white paint. Sirince is very popular for its building style, house, streets, and apple wine made by the villagers. In 1922 the Anatolian Greeks immigrated back to Greece and Turks coming from Grece settled there.
Sirince boasts the remains of 42 Churches and Monasteries in and around the village and it is also known as Ephesus in the mountains We stroll down the tree-lined streets of this traditional hillside village. Browse among the tented stalls and shops. Taste the local wine and stop for a cup of Turkish coffee. Sirince is surrounded by groves and orchards. Walk through the streets of this hillside village with its white houses and red-tiled roofs. Visit a village home to have an opportunity to see an authentic Turkish village. After the Sirince Village Tour, we drop you off at your hotel or harbor.
- Sirince village tour is a private tour and operates with a minimum of 2 people.
Includes Sirince Village Tour
- Pick-up and drop-off from the harbor
- Professional English-speaking Tour Guide
- Entrance fees to the various sites
- Air Conditioned non-smoking vehicle
Excludes Sirince Village Tour
- Personal expenses
- Tip to driver and tour guide
Pick-up and Drop-off Details of Sirince Village Tour
- Kusadasi, Selcuk or Izmir Harbour.