İzmir - Dikili Port

Cruise Destinations & Ports

Located 120 kilometers north of Izmir city center, Dikili is a picturesque district that extends both along the coast and inland.

Archaeological research shows that settlement in Dikili dates back to 5000-4000 BC. By traveling half an hour from Dikili Port, you’ll arrive at the ancient city of Pergamon.

This beautiful and green district is known for its hot springs such as those in the villages of Nebiler, Bademli, and Kocaoba. 

Dikili is covered in fertile agricultural land. Olive groves, cotton fields, and fruit orchards extend from the roadside. You shouldn’t leave without tasting the local fruit!

There is also good news for campers: the forests at Alaçam Mountains in Dikili offer you beautiful campgrounds.

Caves in the villages of Demirtaş and Deliktaş

Aşıklar Waterfall

Bademli village

Port of Dikili

The pier at Dikili Port is 15 meters wide and 132 meters long. 

Dikili Port offers accommodation, loading-unloading, and terminal services. The port is large enough to accommodate three passenger ships simultaneously, and has good land transport connections. 

Many cruise ships call at Dikili for visits to the ancient site of Pergamon.

Port Info

Berthing Line Length: 252 m

Number of Berths: 3

Distance:

Town Center: 5 min walk

Airport: 150 km

View Details: http://www.portofdikili.com/DefaultEN.aspx

 

Dikili with 5 senses
SEE
  • Ancient city of Pergamon
  • Aşıklar Waterfall
  • Bademli Village
TASTE
  • Tulum (Cheese)
  • İzmir Köfte
  • The Aegean Herbs
SMELL
  • The local olives and virgin olive oils
  • The local grapes and wines
TOUCH
  • The cool air in the caves at Demirtaş and Deliktaş villages
LISTEN
  • The silance in hidden beaches