At that time, when I saw the town of Schillinger on the itinerary, I didn't take it seriously. I thought it was a very ordinary town and there should be nothing good to see. However, when we arrived at the town of Schillinger, we found that we were wrong. This town, which had not been over-polished, still maintained a kind of simplicity, a kind of nature. It's worth going. Schillinger Town is located in a beautiful town in the Inland Aegean Sea, south of Izmir, where you can enjoy the well-preserved Ottoman characteristic residential features. Just arriving at the town, you will feel that it is a commercial town, full of goods. Fruit wine is sold everywhere, but no matter which fruit hotel you go into, the shopkeeper will enthusiastically bring out all kinds of iced fruit wine for you to taste. Whether it's pomegranate, blueberry or strawberry, it's astringent with a hint of sweetness. It's delicious. If you are interested, you can also take two bottles back. Continue to walk inside the town, more and more wonderful, more and more have the style of the town. The town still maintains its traditional folklore. Near the Aegean Sea, olive oil and soap abound. Generally speaking, the town has primitive traditions, natural scenery, orchards are everywhere, and it is also a good place to find cheap goods.
If you ask me what I love most about Izmir, it's undoubtedly this town. Even in the LP, there's not much about the local native holiday town. It's pure Greek style. Many years ago, Greeks came here to avoid the war. After the war subsided, Greeks returned to their homeland, where they left their native Greek life style and architectural style. Every shop is blue, white, and purple. Every diamond window and touchable wall is small and fresh sky blue. The price of Arachat is relatively high in the eyes of the natives. Greece is across the sea, the same as that of Europe. But although the sparrows are small and full of internal organs, there are fresh and romantic restaurants, coffee shops, dessert shops, flower shops, handicraft shops, all of which are full of European love talks, slow hand-in-hand walks, and street artists drawing. The atmosphere is full of romance and leisure. The blue sky, pure white and lilac make me feel like walking in Greece from time to time. I want to run and shout. Every place is a landscape. Every passer-by sends you friendly greetings. It's a wonderful feeling. There is no Asian face here, maybe not occupied by China's magical tourist army, enjoy your vacation slowly, you will fall in love with here.
Flowers and plants are everywhere in the town, which makes people relaxed and happy. As the number of tourists increases, there are also some hotels in the town, where friends who go to Efes can choose to live. Walking through the town, we can still see stone buildings, plaster-painted houses and mottled bluestone pavements, engraved with traces of the passage of time; idyllic scenery and a long wine-making tradition, full of strong Greek flavor. Looking down from above, the town looks like a mini-version of the saffron city, which makes people linger and forget to return.
This old town of red tiles and white houses is situated in a hill about 4 kilometers east of Selchuck as if it were an idyll. Villagers here grow fruit trees and olives, and there is a Baptist Church of St. John in the town today. Villagers also brew fruit wines of various tastes and sell them to tourists.
The ancient town of Sirince, which means "beautiful" in Turkish, is located in a ditch about 4 kilometers east of Seljuk town like an idyllic poem. Experience the Turkish countryside and enjoy the Old Ottoman House. Villagers living here like to grow fruit trees and olives, and also like to make fruit wine, including blueberries, melons and blackberries and other flavors. Olive oil, olive oil soap, wine and lace are all features here. Villagers here use their own olives to extract olive oil and sell it in bottles.
Hillinger Town is an ordinary rural town in Turkey. It is built on the hills. It is simple and fresh. As soon as we enter the town, the Mediterranean style of life will come to us. Flowers crowded homes, stone paved streets, roadside friendly shops, kind and friendly smiles, slow pace of life, everywhere feel warm, leisurely, really a good place away from the noise, quiet and livable, no wonder people call it "Little Crocus City", it is lovely at first sight, lingering.