Didim is a small city on the Mediterranean coast in western Turkey, between Antalya and Izmir and not far from Bodrum. Here there is a significant archaeological site from ancient Greece, the sanctuary of Didyma, also called Didymaion. What is left today are the impressive ruins of the temple of Apollo. This was built starting in the 4th century BC on the ruins of an older 8th century temple. The temple is quite scenic, even if only three columns are still intact, with the remaining partially or completely damaged in an earthquake.
The city of Didim is a pleasant small city with a big mosque and a centre with shops and restaurants.
How to get to Didyma
The closest airport is in Bodrum. Otherwise Didim can be easily reached by road.
There are a number of hotels and guesthouses, most of them bookable via the international booking portals.