Bademli, Dikili – İzmir – Turkey
GPS : 39°00’26.9″N 26°47’00.2″E / 39.007469, 26.783380
Garip Island is a small (357.000 sq meters) island off the coast of Dikili in İzmir Province, Turkey. It is one of the two small islands at the cut point of Dikili’s Bademli Bay. Garip Island face the Greek island of Lesbos.
In antiquity the islands were known as the Arginusae or Arginussae, they were the site of the Battle of Arginusae in 406 BC.
Bademli Village is located on the south east of Dikili and offers great views and attractions to its visitors with its very long beautiful coasts and wonderful sandy beaches. The coasts and the Bademli Cove is popular for the visitors with its beaches and sea. The coves on the east, Kalem Adası and Garip Ada lie on north – south orientation.
BADEMLİ VILLAGE FACILITIES
Public Market : Takes place on Tuesdays
Accommodation : Hotels, Motels, Pensions, Rental Houses
Dining : Restaurants, Cafes, Buffets, Bakeries, Tea Gardens
Shopping : Markets, Shops, Stores
Health : Hospital, Health Center (Dikili)
Communication : Post Office, Phone, Internet
Special Shopping : Grapes, Olives, Olive Oils
Bademli village is 1 km from the harbor.
Minibus : Bademli – Dikili (7 km)
Bus : Dikili – İzmir
Ferryboat : Dikili – Lesbos (Greece)
Ship : Dikili – Lesbos (Greece)
Airport : İzmir Adnan Menderes International Airport