A little village to enjoy a glass of wine and a sunset.
Sirince is a quant 19th century mountain village outside of the city of Izmir. It was once inhabited by wine making Greeks that were moved out in the population exchange of the 1920's. The Turks who now live there continue the traditional wine making processes. The village can get quite crowded midday but by early evening and sunset it becomes extremely charming and quite. A great place to stay a night and explore.
By Tara Guertin, AFAR Staff
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