Top things to do in Didyma

Ruins in Didyma

Temple of Apollo

Didyma (now Didim) was not a city in ancient times but a religious centre, and its astonishing Temple of Apollo was the ancient world's second largest; with its 122 original columns it had only five fewer than Ephes…
Buffet in Didyma


Facing the temple's two sturdiest columns, Kamacı serves kebaps, köfte, fresh fish and better-value mezes to locals and tourists alike. Try the divine octopus güveç (stew) or the perfectly cooked grilled sea bass. A…
Turkish in Didyma

Poseidon Sofrası

Perched on a wide terrace overlooking the village's main square and the Temple of Apollo beyond it, 'Poseidon’s Table' offers snacks like burgers and börek (filled pastry) as well as more substantial meat and fish m…
Bar in Didyma

Harabe Cafe Bar

A great place to watch the sun set behind the temple pillars, with a first-floor terrace and open fire in winter. Burgers, salads, tost (toasted sandwiches) and other snacks (₺8 to ₺15) are also on the menu.