Nature-lovers can enjoy lots of great adventures in Didim and, there is plenty to keep you busy on your holiday
In Didim you can charter your own boat for the day or even longer with a trusted and experienced crew on board to sail wherever your heart desires, away from the hustle and bustle with friends and family.
For many the most dramatic feature is the ruins of the Ionic Temple of Apollo with its columns pointing up into the sky, and its legend of the romance between Apollo and Daphne. The original temple and home of an oracle was destroyed during the Persian Wars and the one we see today was rebuilt following the victory over the Persians of Alexander the Great.    Nearby Miletos, the ruins of the ancient city including a well-preserved antique theatre, stadium, baths of Faustina, temple of Serapis and much more.
The easiest way to travel between Greece and Turkey is on a ferry from a Greek island to the Turkish mainland(or vice-versa). Ferries (motorboats and hydrofoils) depart from at least six Greek islands to ten ports in Turkey. The busiest, most convenient Turkish ports are Bodrum, Marmaris,Kuşadası and Çeşme; those in Greece are Rhodes, Kos, Samos and Chios