Selçuk (pronounced sel-chook) is a city in the west of Turkey. Located nearby are the Unesco-heritage ruins of Efesus/Ephesos/Efes, an ancient Greek settlement. Popular as a tourist destination, Selçuk has several hotels, but also boasts a few friendly hostels.
Walk to the north of town and start hitching on a patch of calm road. After about 10 minutes, you'll reach a big highway. Head left (west) for Izmir, or right (east) for Konya, Denizli/Pamukkale and Kapadokya.
Accommodation and Sleep
There's several cheap hostels. You can also camp outside of town, in the nearby hills and mountains. Be mindful of snakes though.