Enrich your holiday in Turkey with a trip to the picturesque Sirince. Nestled in the verdant mountains of Turkey’s Izmir province, Sirince village is home to a small population of 600 inhabitants. Serpentine, cobbled lanes carve up this charming little town, comprised of pretty 19th century houses with identical terracotta roofs. Fragrant pine forests, ubiquitous olive trees and delightful peach orchards surround Sirince, making it an idyllic spot to spend a few days.
Sirince is the gateway to the awe-inspiring ancient ruins of Ephesus, the ancient Greek metropolis that is recognised as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Step into this fascinating historical site, dating back to 8,000 B.C, to learn of the secrets that archaeologists have been unearthing over the past 150 years – it is sure to take your breath away.