Experience the village life in Turkey, taste the local food in a village house, meet with the locals
This tour is for our guests who would like to see arhceological sites and experience local life and food. After visiting Ephesus and othe sites in the area, we will have lunch in a local house in Sirince village.
About ten years ago when I was doing the tour in Sirince, we met a very nice lady there. After short conversation in the street she invited us to her house. Guests said they would be very happy to see a local house, so we had some Turkish tea and Emine insisted that we stay also for lunch. We were so hungry and did not have any other choice then to accept. Lunch was fantastic and we also had chance to taste her home made wine from a coca cola bottle. Although we insisted too much to give her something she refused, so I suggested her to do this more often and have some income for family, since I would be more than happy to recommend lunch in Emine's house to my guests.
To get to the village we have to drive about 30 minutes from Ephesus so I suggest this tour to my guests who doesn't have limited
-House of Mother Marry
-Lunch in a Village House
-Temple of Artemis
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Any place in Kusadasi or Selcuk.
End location: Back to their Hotels or Pier.
Duration: 8 hours
An air-conditioned, modern and comfortable van
Professional guiding service, transport (in a cozy van with a driver). If you are two or three persons then you may not need a large van, in that case price of the tour is more reasonable. You can contact me to get detailed imformation.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 Turkish Lira - We will need local currency for entrance fees
Entrance fees (free for children until the age of 12),lunch (10 USD per person) and other personal expenses
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One of the best tours we have ever had. Lunch was the high point with Emine (sp?) and her family. Ertunga is very knowledgable and friendly. We highly recommend his tour.
Jo Ann Lynn