Turkey · 1 Days · 10 Moments · October 2014

Itir Bagdadi

Şirince, Turkey

4 October 2014

Local handicrafts
The wineries are also quite popular
The ruins of the Church in the village
There are many restaurants run by villager entrepreneurs. Here is Pervin hanım, owner of the Pervin Hanım Konağı preparing one of her famous pie dishes
Şirince is only a 20 minute drive from our summer house in Kuşadası, a lovely village with enough restaurants and establishments to house the many incoming tourists
The village was inhabited by the local Greek population prior to the population exchange between Turkey and Greece in 1923
Locals also produce hair pieces out of local flowers
Local women sell different spices and other homegrown products
There is a felt shop in town that sells many different handmade felt products like rugs, purses, slippers, mats, etc
The village of Şirince is famous for its history, agricultural products, wines, soaps, jams, olive oil and handmade products