Located 300m beyond the Pamucak-Kuşadası roundabout, this small museum details Anatolian life in the 1950s with a costumed doll...
Çamlık Steam Locomotive Museum
An open-air museum several kilometres from Selçuk on the Aydın road, the Çamlık displays over 30 steam locomotives, including the...
This museum holds artefacts from Ephesus' Terrace Houses, including scales, jewellery and cosmetic boxes, plus coins, funerary goods and...
The oldest drinking establishment in Selçuk, it's referred to as a cafe, looks like a pub, but functions as a bar-cum-nightclub.
This classic köfte (meatball) joint, family-run since 1959, offers great but small meat portions and tasty side salads.
Lonely Planet review
Self-caterers (and sightseers) will enjoy Selçuk's Saturday market, behind the bus station. This and the Wednesday market (behind the train station) offer fruits, veg and cheeses from village farms.