Station 23 - Camping Motel Dereli at Ephesus

Station 23 - Camping Motel Dereli at Ephesus

A wonderful place by the sea, in a large garden-like complex, with large shady trees - Dereli is a place to relax on the beach and enjoy the surrounding heritage in Ephesus or Selcuk.

Since the private beach is very spacious, it is never too narrow even in midsummer on the camping area. Come and relax and unwind, whether on the beach under the palm trees, at your motor home or on the terrace of our restaurant.

Dereli is located on a large bay, to the next city into Selcuk, it is only 7 km, which can be reached on the bike path parallel to the highway. Going for Kusadasi, the lively port city with many shops bars and beautiful promenades is about 15 km. Kusadasi is run by a variety of cruise ships. At both places minibuses leave directly in front of the campsite.

Izmir, the third largest city of Turkey, with an old lively shopping district, the bazaar and the Agora is about 75 km away. Here even a train ride into Izmir from Ephesus is possible, which is worthwhile if you stay at Camping Dereli for a longer period.

Other ancient cities can be reached in day trips: Didima, Priene, Milet and Pamukkale. We are happy to help you with the planning of your excursions and have many insider tips.

Sirince, a typical Greek wine village, where our own vineyards are located, is a village in the mountains behind Selcuk - and well worth a visit.

The restaurant with a large terrace by the sea is open throughout the day Does not have ready-made buffets, no self-service; You eat and drink when and what you want, everything is always fresh.

b_450_450_16777215_00_images_turkey_aegean_region_ephesus.jpgYou can choose from: a variety of freshly prepared appetizers (Turkish MEZE) and salads, freshly baked flatbread, lahmacun, pizza from the olive wood heated stone oven. Stews and side dishes, meat and fish from the charcoal grill or from the pan. Our chef is happy to special requests.

Our ingredients are always fresh, even French fries and potato croquettes are not from the ice chest.

A waiter will be happy to help you with the composition of your menu.

At the early dinner on the restaurant terrace you should have the camera ready. The sunsets are fantastic.

Extensive natural sand and meadow terrain and stands in a eucalyptus forest are another plus of our facility. Along the main path there are lush oleander bushes, to the beach several rows of palm trees.

b_450_450_16777215_00_images_camper-route_23-Camping-Dereli-2.jpgPlace info: 200 pitches for vacationers
Total Camping area: 3 ha
Noise background: Surroundings at night mostly quiet, during the day impairments possible.
Language at the reception: German, English, the place is under German-Turkish management.
Location: extremely well located
Nearest town centre: Pamucak (at 7 km)
Public stop: at 200 m
Access to the water: Several hundred meters long and 20-50 m wide sandy beach. Access for day guests over the course area.

Offer & Equipment

  • service
  • Emptying of cassette toilets
  • Supply and disposal for campers
  • dish sink
  • wash basin
  • food
  • kiosk
  • Restaurant or restaurant
  • Baden & Wellness
  • Place near the beach (sea)

Very close by you will find the ruins of the ancient city of Ephesus with the famous Artemis Temple.

Follow the (just in German available right now)

On the way to South you may use the Camper Stop: Station 24 - Alaturka Pansiyon at Olympos

To the Camperstop Alaturka Pansyon on the way to South there are 460 kilometers to travel on well-developed motorway, a stopover in between is in preparation.

To the city exploration Izmir in the northeast: 70 kilometres - Here you will find information about Izmir

On the way to the north then follows the campsite Alexandroupolis (to follow soon)

Dereli Campingplatzes coordination: 37°56'21.2"N 27°16'34.9"E 37.939231, 27.276362 (Link directly leads to google maps)

Dereli Pamucak Turistik Tesisleri
Pamucak Mevki 35920 Selçuk - Izmir
Tel: +90 232 893 12 05 Fax: +90 232 893 12 03
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