It is full of peace place with wine houses , old ladies , coffee and happy people. You should go especially in november- december. It will be cold but the place is warm :). You can try every kind of fruit wine , home made...More
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Sirince is a cute little town famous for its fruit wines and typical architecture of village houses. You can find good examples of traditional turkish food (big breakfast, gozleme, sevketi bostan, kabak cicegi dolmasi, yaprak sarma, kizartma, sac kavurma, turkish coffee and others..) There are...More
i got picked up from my hotel at 7 A.M and with 11 other travellers from other hotels we travelled to the mountains for breakfast. it was about 30 mins travel time and when i arrived i was speechless to be standing in a town...More
it is a nice village and you can walk in this village and buy Delicious wines , sitting in cafes and drink special foods and coffee if you search shops and can find nice thing for buy . if you travel to kusadasi don't miss...More
I was impressed by this little town. Quite the tourist trap. Enjoyed walking the streets and checking out all the free wine samples. Be prepared for some walking up those steep lanes.
It is worth to walk amoung the old houses. The old city is famous for its wine. Almost all of the wineries offer tasting. Various kinds of fruit wines are available. An old church can be visited at the site.
Sirince has grown in size since 5 years ago, when I last visited, but it hasn't lost its charm. The stalls selling local handcrafts and charming cafes/restaurants with home made cooked food offerings make Sirince what it is. Stall sellers are not pushy. Wear shoes...More
Once in Kudadasi, you should visit Shirin village or Sirince. A small village with 5000 population. You can spend few hours easily. Sirince market is unique in all aspects. You can buy soups, dried fruits, canned berry juice, clothes, golds. Taste Ayraan from the tap...More
I did not know that all around the world people went there on 31 of December 1999 because of the Millennium scare theory, that would be the only place to survive or whatever. After seeing the place I would not blame anybody. I want to...More
Lovely little town that is worth visiting after Ephesus. It is a tourist magnet full of shops and restaurants catering solely for visitors but it is still beautiful. Lots of steep hills, not much good for the disabled but otherwise very picturesque. Annoyingly most of...More