Monastery Bay

Monastery Bay

Monastery Bay is just one of the most beautiful beaches of Didim. Monastery Bay, located west of Didim Altinkum, is one of the calmest of the bays around Didim.It is a beautiful beach for those with a vehicle, especially those looking for a quiet corner.There is a small barrack-style pergola that serves hot and cold drinks right next to the beach, and you can sit in this area and drink something cold. In addition, the beach has begun to rent a sunbed, so if you want, you can take your own equipment and spend the whole day relaxing and swimming on this beach, which is free.

Didim Monastery Bay is one of the most important bays in the region. It would not be wrong to say that it hosts a much larger audience every year as it is one of the most important routes where local and foreign visitors anchor. The monastery bay, which is an extremely beautiful area for swimming, has provided people with the opportunity to live since the ancient times of history. Didim monastery area is among the areas that can be considered as the capital of tourism. This will be more than enough to have a good year on its own. The fame of Didim and Aydin, one of the most important points of Turkish tourism, has exceeded the borders of the country, and the quality of its services has reached an international level. The monastery, located in the Didim Monastery Bay , is among the structures that have already managed to survive. It is free to enter the monastery bay. However, it would not be wrong to say that there are problems with social opportunities. Because there is a semi-professional business in the region. There are no hotels or pensions built adjacent to your accommodation in the bay. It is also forbidden to set up a tent or light a fire in the bay.


You can reach the Monastery bay by passing the third bay and entering the crossroads without coming to the parliamentary site. However, the road is a dirt road and a somewhat problematic road, although it is corrected by the municipality from time to time, unfortunately, pits and bumps occur on the road after every winter rains.

Enes Sahin

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