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Cruises visiting Dikili & all Dikili cruises for  2019-2020

View Dikili 2019-2020 cruises for 1 ships listing 2 cruises from Dikili with today's best deals!

Dikili is a small coastal town and a district of Izmir Province, Turkey, facing the Aegean Sea. It lies 73 km N of the large and more frequently visited city of Izmir, and faces out to sea the island of Lesbos. Dikili has a fine port large enough to accommodate three passenger ships simultaneously, and the port has good land transport connections. The district is quite picturesque both along its shoreline and in its interior parts and is a popular summer resort, becoming largely deserted in winter except for residents.

Of Biblical interest, and major tourist destination, are the ruins of the city of Pergamum – site of one of the seven churches of Revelation – that lie 27 km ENE from Dikili, on the hill overlooking the present town of Bergama. Take the 700m aerial lift gondola to the top. Many remains of its impressive monuments can still be seen and especially the outstanding masterpiece of the Pergamon Altar. The city was a centre of worship of Zeus and Roman emperors, ‘Satan’s seat’. A tour may also take you to a crater lake in Merdivenli village, and ancient caverns in Demirtas and Delitas villages as well as pine forests extending towards the Madra Stream.

The area is also famous for its thermal springs, which are in Nebiler, Bademli and Kocaoba villages. Furthermore, the beaches in Bademli and Denizköy localities are important tourist attractions of the region. Another must see is the Merkez Mosque which is a rare example of a wooden construction dating from 1789, in that it was constructed without the use of any nails! You may also be able to visit the nearby small fishing port of Candarli with its welcoming locals and admire its oldest building, the perfectly restored 14th Century Genoese fortress. Once described as 'undiscovered' it is certainly becoming more popular!

Cruises visiting Dikili in 2019

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

31

OCT

Le Bougainville cruises

7

NIGHTS

Le Bougainville cruises

$5,230

$747

Cruises visiting Dikili in 2020

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

28

JUN

Le Bougainville cruises

7

NIGHTS

Le Bougainville cruises

$5,470

$781