Altinkum is famous for its clear water and sandy beaches and its name means 'Golden Sands'. Altinkum is however not just a resort for relaxing in the sum and offers plenty to do during both the day and evening.
Altinkum is close to many fascinating ancient sites where you can almost feel the past. Nearby is the small resort of Didim with the Temple of Apollo where the famous snake-adorned head of Medusa stands, and the sheer size of the columns is truly amazing. For a longer day-out visit the inspiring ruins of Ephesus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.
Come evening, Altinkum offers a huge choice of restaurants and bars to suit every taste with most entertainment centred around the two main squares and the bar street. In the height of summer the centre of the resort can become very lively, so for that time of year we recommend that families with young children choose accommodation away from the centre of town.
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