General information Didim Altinkum Turkey 

Didim Altinkum is a popular holiday destination in Turkey and is renowned for its natural long sandy beach. With its plain geography, easy to get used, easy to live… In last ten years became a star for local and foreign tourists mostly because not only the natural beauties but also the greeters have large hospitality.

As the Strabon, famous ancient geographer and historioan said, Didim is home to the 
largest temple in the world, referring Temple of Apollon. Didim, one of the holiday resorts in Aegean coast of Turkey, will take place on the most popular tourists destinations in Turkey soon.

Geography
Didim is located on the shore of the Aegean sea in Turkey, on the north shore of the gulf of Güllük opposite the Bodrum peninsula villages such as Torba, Türkbükü and Yalıkavak, situated between İzmir and Bodrum in the province of Aydın. It is surrounded by Soke in the north, gulf of Güllük in the south, the Aegean sea in the west, and the lake of Bafa and the county of Milas in the east.

Its coastal ribbon that stretches as far as 80 km. The villages and towns around Didim are Altınkum, Yeşilkent, Mavişehir, Akbük, Akköy, Yeniakköy, Milet, Priene. Didim has a fairly flat geography and a widely scattered pattern of settlements. The covering area of Didim is approximately 300 sq. km.

Population 
According to the 2000 census; the population of the Didim Altinkum is 47.800. Today, 
 and in summer, it rises more than 500,000.

Climate
The weather in Didim Altinkum is very mild and it enjoys a typical Mediterranean climate. In winter, the weather is pretty warm. It rains but never snows. In summer, temperatures start to increase in May and reach 33-34 C in August with little or no humidity.

Nice breezes come from the Aegean Sea to cool off Didim . The temperature of the sea is warm and ideal for swimming.

The Weather & Sea Temperature - ( Celsius )

w. min.
w. max.
ave. precipitation
the sea 
Jan
6
16
150 mm
14
Feb
6
17
104 mm
14
Mar
9
19
86 mm
14
Apr
12
22
33 mm
15
May
16
26
15 mm
18
Jun
20
31
3 mm
21
Jul
22
34
0 mm
24
Aug
22
34
0 mm
25
Sep
20
30
23 mm
23
Oct
16
25
28 mm
21
Nov
12
21
112 mm
18
Dec
9
18
168 mm
14

Time Zone

GMT +2 Hour
Turkish Standard Time is 2 hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time. 
It advances by one hour in summer (Apr-Oct). and 1 hour ahead of sweden

Working hours
Government offices are open between 09:00 - 17:00 Monday to Friday.
Banks open are 09:00 - 12:00 / 13:00 - 17:00 Monday to Friday.
Post office (PTT) in Didim Altinkum is open 24/7 and year around.
Temple of Apollo Museum is open between 09:00 - 17:00 everyday.
Shops are open between 9:30 am - 24:00 pm

( In tourist areas, closing times vary, some close around midnight )

Public Telephones
To make a call you need to buy a telephone card.
Telephone cards can be purchased at PTT ( Post offices and small convenience shops )

To make an international call first dial 00 and then country code .
To make a long distance call outside Didim but still in Turkey, first dial 0 and then area
code of the city.
To make a call within Didim and City of Aydin, just dial the number.

Electricity
220 volt AC

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