Sirince is a village built by the Greeks and its just 8 km away from Selcuk. Village was settled when Ephesus Ancient City was left by the people in the 15th century but most of what can be seen today is built around the 19th century.
History of the Sirince Village’s Name
Sirince is a charming village in Selçuk, İzmir. Şirince, formerly known as Kırkınca (meaning fortyish), is said to have named by the forty people living in the mountains in ancient times. This village was also known as Kirkice, Kirkince, and then Çırkince, was changed and officialized in the first republic years by Şirince, the governor of İzmir at that time.
Famous Sirince Wines
Sirince village is distinguished by the others because of the village’s famous fruit wines. Thanks to the agricultural richness of the region, delicious wines produced from various fruits have been one of the focus points of travelers. For more detailed information about the history of Sirince and the wines, please visit here.
Safe Heaven Village Sirince in Doomsday