Didyma was an ancient Greek sanctuary on the coast of Ionia. It contained a temple and oracle of Apollo, the Didymaion. Visit the site during sunset time 😊🌞
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This was one of the most important temples of the archaic world. The original Didymaion was destroyed by the Persians along with Miletus. Alexander the Great began the rebuilding of the temple, designed by Paionios and Daphnis. It was built over a period of about...More
I really enjoyed vising this amazing, ancient temple. The Oracle Temple of Apollo was one of the most important temples of the ancient Mediterranean. From the three remaining Ionian columns, to the carvings of Medusa and Perseus, to the carved gryphons in the Adytum, to...More
You could, if you wanted, walk round the outside of this site, and see it all , but it is well worth the TL10 entry fee, the explanatory boards are very informative. We travelled from Soke by dolmus, which stop right outside the temple on...More
We booked this temple of Apollo tour over Ephesus and very glad that we did! We had the entire complex to ourselves. There is a great history here and it is well worth a visit. The surrounding areas are quite nice too with some shops...More
If you like ancient theaters and ancient cities, then I would highly recommend you to visit this place. I enjoyed my time there.
We went here with a tour off of our cruise ship. The tour included Ephesus and Miletus. Didyma was our least favorite of the three but we still enjoyed coming here and our guide helped us to enjoy and learn from the experience.
Been coming here for nine years, what an amazing place full of history with a scattering of very very nice restaurants the local people I have met have been so welcoming will continue to visit . Highly recommend Didim though the paths can be very...More