- By boat
- By land
Mosey around the sweet fishing village of Gümüşlük and the minuscule Rabbit Island that you can walk to from village shores through knee-deep seawater. Named after its furry inhabitants, Rabbit Island is an active archeological site, home to the ruins of Myndos, a drowned ancient Greek colony.
Sail into safe harbour on a scenic bay to wander the chic town of Türkbükü, Turkey's answer to Saint-Tropez. Stroll down its semi-circular boardwalk, popping into elegant shops, stylish bars and upscale restaurants.
Roam the remains of the ancient city of Ephesus, built in the 10th century B.C. and famed for its striking Temple of Artemis. Gape at the monumental theatre capable of holding 25,000 spectators and the Library of Celsus, once the third-largest in the world.