Zeus Cave is one of Aydin’s beautiful caves. Zeus Cave 100-150 m. away from the foothills, it is a natural cave formed by small pond-like ponds formed by the water source coming out of it. This mysterious cave is visited by thousands of local and foreign tourists every year.
Described as “Hidden Paradise”, the Cave of Zeus is also home to mythological stories. When Zeus, the god of heaven angered his brother, the god of the seas, Posedion, it is believed that he had taken refuge in this cave and rested here to protect himself from the wrath of the trio of wilds in his hands.
Zeus Cave is a 10-minute walk from the center of Guzelcamli and has a depth of 10-15 meters and the water temperature in all seasons is 5 degrees. The cave is cool in summer and warm in winter.
You can get to the town of Guzelcamli with the minibuses departing from Kusadasi, Soke and Aydin to see this unique beauty.
The blue flag beaches and unexplored bays of Didim and Kusadasi, one of the most popular coastal destinations in our city, await you to rest your soul and body.
Didim is home to Altinkum Beach and dozens of bays which is one of the indispensable holiday centers of summer holidays with its abundant oxygen atmosphere which take its name from the fine sand of golden yellow color.
Enjoy 40 km in length, the second longest beach in Turkey at Kusadasi with the wide beach to watch the sunset is another.
As you travel along the pine-scented paths of the Dilek Peninsula National Park, which keeps unexplored beaches and bays, you can inhale the scent of nature with the glittering blue waters that accompany you, and hear the unique symphony of the forest, a beauty you can only live in Aydin.