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Very enjoyable and lovely views. Ildir is a small fishing village, lovely people.

We enjoyed our freshly squeezed mulberry and pomegranate juice and freshly cooked- homemade Turkish... read more

Reviewed 24 June 2018
Iffetcollantine
via mobile
Nice view

The view from the top of the ancient city is amazing. It was advised to see the sunset.The road is... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2017
YaseminA322
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24 Jun 2018
“Very enjoyable and lovely views. Ildir is a small fishing village, lovely people.”
15 Aug 2017
“Nice view”
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7003 Sokak | Ildiri, Cesme 35930, Turkey
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Reviewed 24 June 2018 via mobile

We enjoyed our freshly squeezed mulberry and pomegranate juice and freshly cooked- homemade Turkish dishes at the Sirin Coffee

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Reviewed 15 August 2017

The view from the top of the ancient city is amazing. It was advised to see the sunset.The road is a bit difficult to walk and there are stairs to take to get to the top. The buildings are ofcourse very old and some of...More

Thank YaseminA322
Reviewed 1 April 2017

An hourly dolmus from Cesme to Ildiri takes you near to the site. It is a fairly steep climb to the top of the overgrown theatre so decent footwear required .The path at the top leads to Byzantine remains but there is a lack of...More

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Reviewed 12 April 2016 via mobile

Above, around and through the sleepy village lies the once important Greek and Roman town. The scale is remarkably large and the lack of tourism makes this particularly interesting. Locals have obviously built homes using the ancient stone and terra cotta. The view from the...More

Thank Bradley B
Reviewed 26 March 2016

Erythrai was one of the 12 Ionian cities, although there is little left to see. However, the theatre has been uncovered and, above it, are the remains of a much older Temple of Athena (about 800BC) as well as a (relatively) more modern, Byzantine basilica....More

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