Self-caterers (and sightseers) will enjoy this market. Like the Wednesday market , it offer fruits, veg and cheeses from village farms.
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...
Located 300m beyond the Pamucak-Kuşadası roundabout, this small museum details Anatolian life in the 1950s with a costumed doll...
The oldest drinking establishment in Selçuk, it's referred to as a cafe, looks like a pub, but functions as a bar-cum-nightclub.
St John's Café
Despite, or perhaps because, it being Selçuk's most touristy cafe-shop, St John's has the town's widest coffee selection, various toasts...
Şahabettin Dede Caddesi · interesting places nearby
Selçuk Köftecisi information
In a modern building by the fish market, this long-running local favourite serves excellent köfte, cooked to perfection and accompanied by salad, rice and fried onions. The good selection of side salads includes a spicy walnut option.