Akbük is a charming neighborhood where Didim's coves embrace blue and green embroidered like lace. It is one of the important centers, away from noise, with clean air and coli-free sea. Akbük, located on a coastline of approximately one kilometer, is also suitable for all kinds of sea sports.

Akbük, which attracts attention with its green areas, is a paradise for those who want a holiday at the meeting point of the blue of the sea and the green of the forest. Covering an empty area of ​​thousand hectares, Akbük looks like a modern city with its cooperatives as well as hotels, hostels, holiday hotels, bars, discos and all its urban equipment.

Akbük gained municipal status with a decision taken in 1991. Akbük's economy is predominantly based on tourism and fishing.

It also plays a role in the promotion of Akbük. Akbük is one of the favorite centers of European tourists. The biggest important church in Akbük is from the Greeks. The church, which is intact today with its original structure, is the place frequented by thousands of tourists every year.


Akbük Neighborhood, located between Didim district of Aydın province, has been in the settlement center since ancient times. According to the traces of ilkka in the Akbük region, we encounter the Calkalatic era, in 4000 BC. It belongs to the Bronze Age, that is, BC. The finds from 3000 were captured. Akbük, Western Anatolia must provide finds dating back to the historical ages. Here, the Geometric and Mycenaean era are also found in the finds.

It is known that it was a backyard, that is, Teichioussa city in Akbük region in the 6th century BC is a big city. Its name may be derived from the word Teikhos (Sur-Duvar). It means walled or abandoned. Teichioussa city was located 25 km southeast of the city of Miletus, one of the Ionian options from the ancient regions. This city works under the Antique-Delos charts affiliated to Miletus. On the base of a Brankhit statue in the British Museum in England; I have the inscription of Kheres, the son of Klesies, the director of Teichioussa. B.C. From the Buheykel and inscription from 550, we understand that Teichioussa is a city. The Spartans BC. We know from written sources that they used this place as a top in their attack on Iasos in 412. Teichioussa had a large area. It is narrated as a rumor that Ionian seafarers fell in great fear by assuming that they came to a foreign country from the abundance of their lights.

A Hippodames planned settlement belonging to the 6th century BC was destroyed later. Most of the walls around the settlement are destroyed by the sea. The next option, which was destroyed as a result of the attacks, is for settlement but BC. It was understood that he could not live his magnificence again in the 6th and 5th centuries. Necropolis / Cemetery sites can be seen today on the hills around it. It is because there are many affordable hotels under 5 hotels today. Akbük, first of all Menteşe sons, later joined Ottoman lands. It was understood from the Greek Church in Akbük District that a Greek minority lived here during the War of Independence.