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With its mock-Ottoman architecture clambering up the hillside that looks over twisting cobblestone streets lined with stone-and-stucco houses, Sirince is a secluded little village that is fast becoming a popular destination in the hills near Ephesus.
The days when it may have been considered a 'hidden gem' are long gone, and shopkeepers and hawkers line the streets, peddling everything from jewels and trinkets to Turkish ice cream. Sirince's main draw is its locally produced fruity wines, which are widely available and free to taste, with flavours ranging from peach and melon to mulberry and pomegranate. Sirince's sole cultural site is the ruined Church of St John the Baptist, which is free to enter and has a few faded frescoes on its walls.
Sirince is accessible from nearby Selcuk, with frequent minibuses departing from the town's Otogar.