Get ready for an enjoyable tour with spectacular views of the wooden houses around the mountain or village, wine tasting and presentations in the wine cellars.
Sirince village is located near the ancient ruins of Ephesus and the cosmopolitan resort town of Kusadasi on Turkey's Aegean coast. No one is sure about the exact history of the village, but rumors suggest that the name "Cirkince" (ugly) comes from the Circassians, former slaves released from the city of Ephesus by the Romans, who settled in the area and did not want to lose their newly-found homes.
For hundreds of years, Greeks and Turks lived together in the village until the War of Independence in 1923. After that, the local population was mostly Turkish, and a local governor changed the name to Sirince to show off its beauty.
When the Mayan calendar predicted the end of the world on December 21, 2012, Sirince gained fame once again. New Age spiritualists said that the village would not be harmed, and it attracted 60,000 visitors for this special day.
Sirince Village Tour: We depart in the morning for a trip to Sirince. Upon arrival, free time is given to explore the village. Meet the locals, see the old-style houses, and visit the Church of Mary. Throughout the day, we will gather for lunch at a traditional restaurant and taste the famous local wines.
**The number of participants is 6 person.
Book a unique Private Sirince Tours right now.