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Aydın Province (Turkish: Aydın ili) is a province of southwestern Turkey, located in the Aegean Region. The provincial capital is the city of Aydın which has a population of approx. 150,000 (2000). Other towns in the province include the summer seaside resorts of Didim and Kuşadası.
Cities, towns & villages in Aydin
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BalatMiletus (/maɪˈliːtəs/; Ancient Greek: Μί̄λητος Mīlētos; Hittite transcription Millawanda or Milawata (exonyms); Latin: Miletus; Turkish: Milet) was an ancient Greek city on the western coast of Anatolia, near the mouth of the Maeander River in ancient Caria. Its ruins are located near the modern village of Balat in Aydın Province, Turkey. Before the Persian invasion in the middle of the 6th century BC, Miletus was considered the greatest and wealthiest of Greek cities. In other sources however it is mentioned that the city was much more modest up until the Peloponnesian War (431–404 BC), when, for example, the city state of Samos on the island of Samos opposite Miletus was considered a larger and more important city and harbor at the time. Miletus' greatest wealth and splendor was reached@en . Show Balaton the map
AydınAydın (Turkish: [ˈajdɯn]; eye-din; formerly named Güzelhisar), ancient Greek Tralles, is a city in and the seat of Aydın Province in Turkey's Aegean Region. The city is located at the heart of the lower valley of Büyük Menderes River (ancient Meander River) at a commanding position for the region extending from the uplands of the valley down to the seacoast. Its population was 207554 in 2014. Aydın city is located along a region which was famous for its fertility and productivity since ancient times. Figs remain the province's best-known crop, although other agricultural products are also grown intensively and the city has some light industry. Show Aydınon the map
BozdoğanBozdoğan is a small historic town and district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 76 km (47 mi) from the city of Aydın. It is a University town with an eclectic array of restaurant and specialty shops. Show Bozdoğanon the map
KarpuzluKarpuzlu is a town and district of Aydın Province, in the Aegean region of Turkey, 56 km (35 mi) from the city of Aydın. It became a district centre after separation from Çine one in 1990. Karpuzlu is reached by turning off the road from Aydın to Çine. There is infrequent public transport (by minibus) from both towns to Karpuzlu, which can also be reached by the mountain road from Bodrum or Milas. This latter route is popular with tourists on \"jeep safaris\" coming to see the ruins of Alinda. Karpuzlu itself is a very small town of 2,300 people. Show Karpuzluon the map
SavulcaSavuca is a town in Söke district of Aydın Province, Turkey. It is situated at 37°44′N 27°24′E / 37.733°N 27.400°E . Situated in the fertile plains and to the west of Büyükmenderes River(Maeander of the antiquity), it is almost merged to Söke . The population of Savuca was 7651 as of 2012. Savuca was founded during Ottoman Empire era. The number of houses were 18 in 1473 and 87 in 1529. In 1800s during a plague epidemic the settlement was almost emptied and the name of the settlement may refer to that event (Savuş means \"escape\") Later Circassian refugees from the Caucasus were also settled in Savuca. In 1992 the settlement was declared a seat of township. Main economic acticvity of the town is cotton farming. Being close to district center, some people work in Söke. Show Savulcaon the map
YenipazarYenipazar is a town and a small district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 45 km (28 mi) from the city of Aydın on the road to Denizli. Yenipazar itself is a quiet rural town of 6,423 people providing high schools and other facilities to the surrounding district, although in the last two decades the population has declined as people move to Turkey's larger cities for higher education and careers. The local cuisine includes a delicious flat-bread pizza called pide. Adnan Menderes University has a school here offering diplomas in banking and finance, and the student population has brought Yenipazar more bars and other social amenities than you would expect from a town of this size. Show Yenipazaron the map
BuharkentBuharkent is a town and a district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 86 km east of the city of Aydın, on the road and the railway line to Denizli. The area is in the valley of the Büyük Menderes River with mountains to the north including the 1724m Karlıkdede. The district is known for its hot springs and geothermal energy, indeed Turkey's first geothermal power station was built here in 1984. However the local economy depends on agriculture especially cotton, figs and grapes. Buharkent itself is a small town of 6,811 people. Show Buharkenton the map
AkçaovaAkçaova (literally \"white plains\") is a town in Çine district of Aydın Province, Turkey. At 37°30′N 26°02′E / 37.500°N 26.033°E it is situated in the plains to the south west of Çine Creek a tributary of Büyükmenderes River. The distance to Çine is 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) and to Aydın is 52 kilometres (32 mi). The population of Akçaova was 2564 as of 2012. The earlier name of the settlement was Akçaoba (\"white tribe\") referring to the noımadic Turkmen founders of the settlement in 1820s. In 1969, the settlement was declared a seat of township. Main economic acrivity is olive groves and cattle breeding. There is an integrated meat plant in the town. Show Akçaovaon the map
OrtaklarOrtaklar is a town in Germencik district of Aydın Province, Turkey. At 37°53′N 27°30′E / 37.883°N 27.500°E it is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to Germencik and 28 kilometres (17 mi) to Aydın. The population of the town was 12945 as of 2012. The village was founded after 1886 when the railroad from İzmir to Aydın was constructed. After the Balkan wars, the Turkish refuges from Greece were settled in the village and being on the stop of railroad and close to the state highway D-320 the village was quickly flourished. In 1949 it was declared township. It is a typical Aegean Region town. Figs and grapes are the most important products Show Ortaklaron the map
SalavatlıSalavatlı (former Kurucular) is a town in Sultanhisar district of Aydın Province, Turkey. At 37°53′N 28°06′E / 37.883°N 28.100°E It is situated to the north of Turkish state highway D-320 which connects Aydın to Sultanhisar. The distance to Sultanhisar is 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) and to Aydın is 30 kilometres (19 mi). The population of the town was 1407 as of 2012. The settlement was founded in 1730 during Ottoman Empire era. In 1972 it was declared a seat of township. Major economic activity is farming. Main crops are figs, strawberries, olives, citrus and cotton. Show Salavatlıon the map
DalamaDalama is a town in the central district of Aydın Province, Turkey. At 37°47′N 28°04′E / 37.783°N 28.067°E it is 28 kilometres (17 mi) south east of Aydın. The population of the town was 1807 as of 2012. The settlement was founded about 200 years ago by Yörüks (nomadik Turkmens) who used to form pazar (open market) in the vicinity. During Greek occupation following the First World War Dalama participated in the national resistance and the name of the town is pronounced in the popular epic song of Yörük Ali Efe. The main economic sector is olive farming. Show Dalamaon the map
İsabeyliİsabeyli is a town in Nazilli district of Aydın Province, Turkey. Situated at 37°55′N 28°16′E / 37.917°N 28.267°E it is between Aydın (to west) and Nazilli (to east). The distance to Nazilli is only 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) to Aydın is 40 kilometres (25 mi). The population of İsabeyli was 4943 as of 2012. The name of the town refers to a certain Turkmen leader named İsa who founded the village in 1600s. The settlement was declared a seat of township in 1963. A part of Adnan Menderes University (Aydın University) campus is in İsabeyli. Show İsabeylion the map
SarıkemerSarıkemer is a town in Söke district of Aydın Province, Turkey. It is situated at 37°34′N 27°22′E / 37.567°N 27.367°E in the alluvial plain of Büyükmenderes River (Maeander of the antiquity) which flows within the town. Sarıkemer is 24 kilometres (15 mi) south of Söke and 75 kilometres (47 mi) southwest of Aydın. The population of Sarıkemer was 2475 as of 2012. Main economic acticvity of the town is cotton farming. Show Sarıkemeron the map
GeyreGeyre is a small town in the District of Karacasu, Aydın Province, Turkey. Also known as Yeni koy (the \"new village\"), it was relocated around 1960, from over the ancient Greek city of Aphrodisias archeological site to a new location nearby. It is about 230 km (140 mi) south-east of İzmir, and about 100 km (62 mi) inland/east from the coast. of the Aegean Sea As of 2010, it had a population of 956 people. Show Geyreon the map
ÇeştepeÇeştepe is a town in the central district of Aydın Province, Turkey. At 37°50′N 27°51′E / 37.833°N 27.850°E it is almost merged to Aydın city center. The population of the town was 5552 as of 2012. According to the mayor's webpage, the town was founded by Circassian refugees from the Balkans and the Caucasus during the last years of the Ottoman Empire. Çeştepe was declared a seat of township in 1992. Show Çeştepeon the map
SökeSöke is a town and a large district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of western Turkey, 54 km (34 miles) south-west of the city of Aydın, near the Aegean coast. It had 68,020 population in 2010. It neighbours are Germencik from north-east, Koçarlı from east, Milas from south-east, Didim from south-west, Aegean Sea from west and Kuşadası from northwest. Show Sökeon the map
UmurluUmurlu is a town in the central district of Aydın Province, Turkey. At 37°51′N 27°58′E / 37.850°N 27.967°E it is 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) east of Aydın. The population of the town was 11368 as of 2012.It is claimed that the town was named after Umur Bey, a bey of Turkmen beylik Aydınoğlu. If so, the town was founded in the 14th century. Show Umurluon the map
KuşadasıKuşadası (pronounced [ˈkuʃadasɯ]) is a resort town on Turkey's Aegean coast, and the center of the seaside district of the same name within Aydın Province. Kuşadası is 95 km (59 mi) south of İzmir, and 71 km (44 mi) from Aydın. The municipality's primary industry is tourism. Show Kuşadasıon the map
DidimDidim is a small town, popular seaside holiday resort, and district of Aydın Province on the Aegean coast of western Turkey, 123 km (76 mi) from the provincial capital city of Aydın. Didim is the site of the antique city of Didyma with its ruined Temple of Apollo. Show Didimon the map
KuyucakKuyucak is a town and a district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 58 km (36 mi) from the city of Aydın on the E24 highway that connects İzmir and Denizli, 180 km (112 mi) east of İzmir. Kuyucak is near the larger town of Nazilli. Show Kuyucakon the map
AltınkumAltınkum is a resort town in western Turkey, 123 km from Aydın. It is on the Aegean Sea, nearby the ancient Temple of Apollo and the ruins of the Ionian city of Didyma (Didim). Show Altınkumon the map
NazilliNazilli is the second largest town in Aydın Province in the Aegean region of western Turkey, 47 km (29 mi) east of the city of Aydın, on the road to Denizli. Show Nazillion the map
KöşkKöşk is a district in Aydın Province, Aegean Region, Turkey. Köşk is a noun in Turkish and refers to an ornate wooden mansion, smaller than a palace. Show Köşkon the map
SultanhisarSultanhisar is a town and a small district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 30 km east of the city of Aydın on the road to Denizli. Show Sultanhisaron the map
ÇineÇine is a town and a district of Aydın Province, in the Aegean region of Turkey, 38 km (24 mi) from the city of Aydın, on the road to Muğla. Show Çineon the map
AtçaAtça is a town in the district of Sultanhisar in Turkey's Aydın Province. The plan of the town comes from Paris's Place de l'Étoile. Show Atçaon the map
İncirliovaİncirliova is a town and a district of Aydın Province, in the Aegean region of Turkey, 10 km (6 mi) west of the city of Aydın. Show İncirliovaon the map
YukarıkayacıkYukarıkayacık is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010, it had a population of 513 people. Show Yukarıkayacıkon the map
KoçarlıKoçarlı is a town and a district of Aydın Province, in the Aegean region of Turkey, 24 km (15 mi) from the city of Aydın. Show Koçarlıon the map
DağeymiriDağeymiri is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010, it had a population of 440 people. Show Dağeymirion the map
KuloğullarKuloğullar is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 489 people. Show Kuloğullaron the map
BaltaköyBaltaköy is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010, it had a population of 1290 people. Show Baltaköyon the map
SavrandereSavrandere is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 419 people. Show Savrandereon the map
KozalaklıKozalaklı is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 574 people. Show Kozalaklıon the map
EmirdoğanEmirdoğan is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 415 people. Show Emirdoğanon the map
KuyucularKuyucular is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 555 people. Show Kuyucularon the map
İlyasdereİlyasdere is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 343 people. Show İlyasdereon the map
SerçeköySerçeköy is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 379 people. Show Serçeköyon the map
ÇayyüzüÇayyüzü is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010, it had a population of 317 people. Show Çayyüzüon the map
GödrenliGödrenli is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 444 people. Show Gödrenlion the map
MesutluMesutlu is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 300 people. Show Mesutluon the map
ŞahnalıŞahnalı is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 792 people. Show Şahnalıon the map
MuslucaMusluca is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010 it had a population of 403 people. Show Muslucaon the map
BöcekköyBöcek is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. As of 2010, it had a population of 217 people. Show Böcekköyon the map
SıralılarSıralılar is a village in the District of Aydın, Aydın Province, Turkey. In 2010, it had a population of 81. Show Sıralılaron the map
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GermencikGermencik is a town and a district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey. Show Germencikon the map
TepecikTepecik is a town in the central district of Aydın Province, Turkey. Show Tepecikon the map
Acarlar Show Acarlaron the map
DavutlarDavutlar is a town in Aydın Province, Turkey. Show Davutlaron the map
Güzelçamlı Show Güzelçamlıon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Aydin
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Bozdoğan İlçesiBozdoğan is a small historic town and district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 76 km (47 mi) from the city of Aydın. It is a University town with an eclectic array of restaurant and specialty shops.Show on map
KaracasuKaracasu is a town and a district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 87 km (54 mi) from the city of Aydın. Formerly known as \"Yenişehir\", Karacasu is reached by turning off the Aydın - Denizli road south-east at Kuyucak and following the Dandalaz River upstream into the hills. The road is windy and the surrounding countryside is planted with olives, citrus fruits and as you get higher up, pines. The district is also notable for its rich emery mines. Karacasu itself is a small town of nearly 6,000 people, and is thought to be the site of the lost city of Gordiouteichos.Show on map
Karpuzlu İlçesiKarpuzlu is a town and district of Aydın Province, in the Aegean region of Turkey, 56 km (35 mi) from the city of Aydın. It became a district centre after separation from Çine one in 1990. Karpuzlu is reached by turning off the road from Aydın to Çine. There is infrequent public transport (by minibus) from both towns to Karpuzlu, which can also be reached by the mountain road from Bodrum or Milas. This latter route is popular with tourists on \"jeep safaris\" coming to see the ruins of Alinda. Karpuzlu itself is a very small town of 2,300 people.Show on map
Yenipazar İlçesiYenipazar is a town and a small district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 45 km (28 mi) from the city of Aydın on the road to Denizli. Yenipazar itself is a quiet rural town of 6,423 people providing high schools and other facilities to the surrounding district, although in the last two decades the population has declined as people move to Turkey's larger cities for higher education and careers. The local cuisine includes a delicious flat-bread pizza called pide. Adnan Menderes University has a school here offering diplomas in banking and finance, and the student population has brought Yenipazar more bars and other social amenities than you would expect from a town of this size.Show on map
Buharkent İlçesiBuharkent is a town and a district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 86 km east of the city of Aydın, on the road and the railway line to Denizli. The area is in the valley of the Büyük Menderes River with mountains to the north including the 1724m Karlıkdede. The district is known for its hot springs and geothermal energy, indeed Turkey's first geothermal power station was built here in 1984. However the local economy depends on agriculture especially cotton, figs and grapes. Buharkent itself is a small town of 6,811 people.Show on map
Efeler İlçesiEfeler is a new intracity district and second level municipality in Aydın Province, Turkey. According to Law act no 6360, all Turkish provinces with a population more than 750000, were declared metropolitan municipality. The law also created new districts within the capital city which have second level municipalities in addition the metropolitan municipality. . Efeler is one of them.Show on map
Söke İlçesiSöke is a town and a large district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of western Turkey, 54 km (34 miles) south-west of the city of Aydın, near the Aegean coast. It had 68,020 population in 2010. It neighbours are Germencik from north-east, Koçarlı from east, Milas from south-east, Didim from south-west, Aegean Sea from west and Kuşadası from northwest.Show on map
AydınAydın Province (Turkish: Aydın ili) is a province of southwestern Turkey, located in the Aegean Region. The provincial capital is the city of Aydın which has a population of approx. 150,000 (2000). Other towns in the province include the summer seaside resorts of Didim and Kuşadası.Show on map
DidimDidim is a small town, popular seaside holiday resort, and district of Aydın Province on the Aegean coast of western Turkey, 123 km (76 mi) from the provincial capital city of Aydın. Didim is the site of the antique city of Didyma with its ruined Temple of Apollo.Show on map
Kuşadası İlçesiKuşadası (pronounced [ˈkuʃadasɯ]) is a resort town on Turkey's Aegean coast, and the center of the seaside district of the same name within Aydın Province. Kuşadası is 95 km (59 mi) south of İzmir, and 71 km (44 mi) from Aydın. The municipality's primary industry is tourism.Show on map
Kuyucak İlçesiKuyucak is a town and a district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 58 km (36 mi) from the city of Aydın on the E24 highway that connects İzmir and Denizli, 180 km (112 mi) east of İzmir. Kuyucak is near the larger town of Nazilli.Show on map
NazilliNazilli is the second largest town in Aydın Province in the Aegean region of western Turkey, 47 km (29 mi) east of the city of Aydın, on the road to Denizli.Show on map
Köşk İlçesiKöşk is a district in Aydın Province, Aegean Region, Turkey. Köşk is a noun in Turkish and refers to an ornate wooden mansion, smaller than a palace.Show on map
Sultanhisar İlçesiSultanhisar is a town and a small district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey, 30 km east of the city of Aydın on the road to Denizli.Show on map
Çine İlçesiÇine is a town and a district of Aydın Province, in the Aegean region of Turkey, 38 km (24 mi) from the city of Aydın, on the road to Muğla.Show on map
İncirliova İlçesiİncirliova is a town and a district of Aydın Province, in the Aegean region of Turkey, 10 km (6 mi) west of the city of Aydın.Show on map
Koçarlı İlçesiKoçarlı is a town and a district of Aydın Province, in the Aegean region of Turkey, 24 km (15 mi) from the city of Aydın.Show on map
Germencik İlçesiGermencik is a town and a district of Aydın Province in the Aegean region of Turkey.Show on map
Different buildings in Aydin
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PrienePriene (Ancient Greek: Πριήνη Priēnē; Turkish: Prien) was an ancient Greek city of Ionia (and member of the Ionian League) at the base of an escarpment of Mycale, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) north of the then course of the Maeander (now called the Büyük Menderes or \"Big Maeander\") River, 67 kilometres (42 mi) from ancient Anthea, 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) from ancient Aneon and 25 kilometres (16 mi) from ancient Miletus. It was formerly on the sea coast, built overlooking the ocean on steep slopes and terraces extending from sea level to a height of 380 metres (1,250 ft) above sea level at the top of the escarpment. Today, after several centuries of changes in the landscape, it is an inland site. It is located at a short distance west of the modern village Güllübahçe Turun in the Söke districShow on map
Magnesia ad MeanderMagnesia or Magnesia on the Maeander (Ancient Greek: Μαγνησία ἡ πρὸς Μαιάνδρῳ or Μαγνησία ἡ ἐπὶ Μαιάνδρῳ; Latin: Magnḗsĭa ad Mæándrum) was an ancient Greek city in Ionia, considerable in size, at an important location commercially and strategically in the triangle of Priene, Ephesus and Tralles. The city was named Magnesia, after the Magnetes from Thessaly who settled the area along with some Cretans. It was later called \"on the Meander\" to distinguish it from the nearby Lydian city Magnesia ad Sipylum.Show on map
PanionionThe sanctuary was under the control of the Ionian city of Priene, one of the twelve cities comprising the Ionian League. Priene was about 15 kilometres (9 mi) away, on the opposite side of Mt. Mycale. The Prienians managed the sanctuary and presided at the sacrifices and sacred rites.Show on map
AphrodisiasAphrodisias Ancient Greek: Aphrodisiás) was a small ancient Greek city in the historic Caria cultural region of western Anatolia, Turkey. It is located near the modern village of Geyre, about 100 km (62 mi) east/inland from the coast of the Aegean Sea, and 230 km (140 mi) southeast of İzmir. Sometime before 640, in the Late Antiquity period when it was within the Byzantine Empire, the city was renamed Stauroúpolis \"City of the Cross\").Show on map
DidymaDidyma (/ˈdɪdᵻmə/; Ancient Greek: Δίδυμα) was an ancient Greek sanctuary on the coast of Ionia. It contained a temple and oracle of Apollo, the Didymaion. In Greek didyma means \"twin\", but the Greeks who sought a \"twin\" at Didyma ignored the Carian origin of the name. Next to Delphi, Didyma was the most renowned oracle of the Hellenic world, first mentioned among the Greeks in the Homeric Hymn to Apollo. Its establishment preceded literacy and even the Hellenic colonization of Ionia. Mythic genealogies of the origins of the Branchidae line of priests, designed to capture the origins of Didyma as a Hellenic tradition, date to the Hellenistic period.Show on map
Aydin AirportAydın Airport (aka Çıldır Airport) (IATA: CII, ICAO: LTBD) is an airport located in the South-East of the city of Aydın, in the Aydın Province of Turkey. DHMI has transferred the operation of this airport to Turkish Airlines for 20 years on 20.June.2012 after a public tender. Turkish Airlines Flight Academy operates a flying school since June 2013.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Aydin
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Bafa GölüLake Bafa or Lake Bafa Nature Park (Turkish: Bafa Gölü Tabiat Parkı) is a lake and a nature reserve situated in southwestern Turkey, part of it within the boundaries of Milas district of Muğla Province and the northern part within Aydın Province's Söke district. The lake used to be a gulf of the Aegean Sea until the Classical period, when the sea passage was gradually closed by the alluvial mass brought by Büyük Menderes River. The gulf, and later the lake, was named Latmus in antiquity.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Aydin
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Dilek YarımadasıDilek Peninsula-Büyük Menderes Delta National Park (Turkish: Dilek Yarımadası-Büyük Menderes Deltası Millî Parkı), established on May 19, 1966, is a national park in western Turkey. It contains within its borders the entirety of the Dilek Peninsula as well as the large delta of the Büyük Menderes River. It is located in the Kuşadası district of Aydın Province, and as such it is also within the bounds of Turkey's Aegean Region. Directly west of the national park is the small coastal town of Güzelçamlı, where several shuttle buses and ferries operate to and from the district's center of Kuşadası, approximately 30 km (19 mi) from the park.Show on map
GüvercinadaGüvercinada (literally: Pigeon Island) is a peninsula in western Turkey connected to mainland Kuşadası of Aydın Province via a relatively narrow, manmade passage 350 m (1,150 ft) in length, despite the fact that it is referred to as, and was once, an island.Show on map