Running intermittently east from Ayasuluk Hill, the long and tall Roman/Byzantine aqueducts are festively adorned with the huge nests of...
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.
Wallabies Aquaduct Restaurant
Beneath the hotel of the same name, this recently refurbished restaurant spills out onto the square beneath the Byzantine aqueduct,...
Cengiz Topel Caddesi 9/E · interesting places nearby
Ejder Restaurant information
Next to the Byzantine Aqueduct, this outdoor restaurant on a pedestrianised walkway is good for lunch on a sunny day, with lots of choices including the generous tavuk şiş (roast skewered chicken). The kind owners, Mehmet, Rahime and their son Arkan, are proud to show off their guestbooks and memorabilia, which include photos from the Clinton family's visit in 1999.