One of the most picturesque villages on the Aegean coast. As the village is located on the top of a mountain, anyone will enjoy the impressive wine yards and peach trees views on his way. The village of Sirince is known for its fruit wine. Villagers make wine, apple wine and olive oil, and grow some of the best peaches in the country.
Most of the houses in Sirince were built around the 19th century or earlier. In 1926 a governor of Izmir changed its name to Sirince (Pleasantness). A century ago is was mainly inhabited by Ottoman Greeks. The picturesque village of Sirince, a formerly Greek settlement in the hills above Selcuk, now a centre of wine production.
Sirince is a beautiful little valley town just outside of Selcuk. It is remote, but Turkish tourists have started to discover it. the village may seem, turned into a tourist mecca but still retains much of its original charm.