The nearest airport to Didim is Bodrum which is 90 km away. Izmir Menderes Airport is 150 km away and easily accessible via motorway.
Didim (Didyma) is a small typically Turkish town and a district of the Aydin Province located on the turquoise coast of the Aegean, Turkey. The name Didim comes from the word Didyma which means twin. This refers to Apollo and Artemis who were believed to be born here. The remains of this historical place (The Temple of Apollo) remains in Didim today.
Didim, home of the antique city of Didyma with its ruined Temple of Apollo, is a small town, popular seaside holiday resort and district of Aydin Province on the Aegean coast of western Turkey, 123 km from the city of Aydin. Didim is located on the north shore of the gulf of Gulluk opposite the Bodrum peninsula villages such as Torba, Turkbuku and Yalikavak. The district consists of Didim itself, a coastal town of 26,000 people and a number of small towns including Altinkum (which means golden sand), Gumuskum and Sarikum.