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1051. Sokak No: 12 Selçuk, Türkiye 35920 |

Hotel Rezervasyon: +90 232 892 33 34

                 whatsapp +90 544 317 70 75

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CONTACT THE AYASOLUK

1051. Sokak No: 12 Selcuk, Turkey 35920

 

Hotel Reception: +90 232 892 33 34

or +90 541 565 35 45

info@ayasolukhotel.com

If you have any questions, please ask.

HOW TO GET HERE

Private Transfer

For 60 Euros we offer a private transfer from Izmir Adnan Meanderes Airport to Ayasoluk. Your driver, Murselin, will pick you up at the airport outside the terminal. From there he will drive you to Ayasoluk, whilst providing cheer and entertainment for the hour long drive to Selcuk. 

 

By Car

When you arrive by car in Selcuk, drive towards the castle, turn at the sign to St. John's Basillica. Take your second left, then third right. You can park your car along the street and the entrance to Ayasoluk is on your left.

 

By Train

You can easily take the train from the Izmir Airport into Selcuk. When you arrive in Selcuk, exit the train station walk towards the castle. When you get on the hill to St. John's Basilica take the second left, and and second right, and go to the left. You will walk directly into the entrance of Ayasoluk.

 

The train last train to Selcuk from Izmir is at 19:30.

 

By Havas Airport Shuttle

If you have an evening flight you can also take the Havas Airport Shuttle to Kusadasi. You must ask the driver to stop in Selcuk. The price is 20 Turkish Lira. The shuttle goes every hour on the hour during the summer.

 

You will get off the shuttle in Selcuk next to the Ephesus Museum. Walk past the museum and take your first left, then first right, and left. Go up the hill and to your right, and Ayasoluk will be on your right.

 

From the Bus Station

Walking from the bus station to the Ayasoluk takes less than 10 minutes. When you exit the bus station cross the busy road directly parallel to the station. Walk to the Ephesus museum on your left, and take your first left. Then your first right and first left. The road goes uphill and curves right. The Ayasoluk will be on your left.