Didim is located on the north shore of the gulf of Güllük opposite the Bodrum peninsula villages such as Torba, Türkbükü and Yal?kavak. The district consists of Didim itself, a coastal town of 26,000 people and a number of small towns including Altinkum (which means golden sand), Gümü?kum (silver sand) and Sar?kum (yellow sand).
Tourism is the main source of income for the area, especially in summer, but agriculture is also an important contributor, the main crops are wheat and cotton. Animals, especially sheep and goats, are raised mainly for local consumption.
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