• Yilanciburnu
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    Yilanciburnu

    Kusadasi is one of the most beautiful places to swim. If you want to swim, you can pass to Guvercinada from here, though the open sea may end up in danger. The sea is mossy and you are floating on the rocks, this is the beautiful sea you can say, there is no wave and very clear.

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    Guzelcamli

    Located 23km south-west of Kusadasi, Guzelcamli offers a peaceful atmosphere by the seaside. Since its founding in 700BC, the town has been continually inhabited by many civilizations. Guzelcamli was an important convention place of the Ionian States, named as Panionian during the Ionian era. The town has also kept its significance after the Ionians, and was ruled by Seljukians and Ottomans, until today. Guzelcamli, with nice beaches for swimming, is also a superb spot for all water sports. Numerous beaches and bays allow the visitors to make activities or swim in the warm waters during the day. The impressing National Park is within the municipality boundaries of Guzelcamli. Unspoiled natural…

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    Transportation to Kusadasi by bus

    Every day, there are direct bus services from Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir to Kusadasi at different times during the day. There are different bus companies that serve these routes. I would prefer Ulusoy or Varan. I used to prefer Pamukkale. If you prefer to travel by bus, there is something to be aware of, there are a lot of breaks on the road, the passenger loading overload is very much annoying, after a while. In order not to be exposed to this situation, be sure to choose a non-stop service, please confirm this subject in advance. Bus ticket prices will go from Istanbul and Ankara to 200-250 TL round trip. For…

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    Kursunlu Monastery

    Kursunlu Monastery, which is about 12 kilometers away from Davutlari, offers a magnificent view under the foot of 600 meters. The area where the monastery was located was the refuge of Christians who escaped persecution and oppression in the 8th century. Due to the increasing Christian population, various churches and monasteries were built in this region. Although the construction date of the monastery is not exactly known, it is estimated that there is a Byzantine structure dating back to the 11th century. The monastery has cellar, cellar, monk room, infirmary and refectory. The chapel, which belongs to the monastery, is a small church. The ornamentation and depictions on the ceiling…

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    Samos

    Samos is a Greek Island in the North Aegean Sea. Samos island is one of the most popular Greek islands. During ancient time, the island was an important cultural center. Samos has beautiful gulfs and sandy beaches. Samos Beaches are relaxing and great for swinning as well as Kusadasi. Throughout the sımmmer, there two festival held in Samos Island, one is Manalis Kalomoris Festival and the other is Samos Wine Festival. Samos Ferries are running everyday to Samos and from Samos to Kusadasi, Ferries arun two times a day from both sides.

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    Pigeon İsland Kusadasi

    Pigeon Island is the symbol of Kusadasi. The island is place of birds during the seasonal migrations that are why it was named Bird Island. Island is one of the best places to watch the panoramic view of the beautiful city and enjoy watching the sunset. You can also sip your drink at one of the cafe in the island and with scenery. The Island was used for securing the shores or preverted the attacks from the sea. The Byzantine Castle is standing on the rocks and used against pirates.

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    Where is Kusadasi

    Kusadasi is the most swollen holiday resort towns on the southern Aegean Coast, overflowing with shiploads of tourists in summer who enlarge the year-round population several times over. Once a small village, today the busy town is packed with curios,carpet and leather shops. It’s proximity to the ruins of Ephesus making it an ideal base for Aegean cruise ships. Kusadasi is situated amid splendid coastal scenery and several significant archaeological sites, including the three well-preserved Ionian settlements of Miletus, Priene and Didyma. There are plenty of good hotels and ferries link it with the nearby Greek islands of Samos and Mykonos.

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    Kusadasi History

    Around 2000 BC. people coming from Lelek, Caria and Lydia had settled down as a society to the slopes of Pilav Mountain. Later one by one with the unit settlements Pigale, Maratheson, Neopolis and Panionion came to life; Ionians and later Romans by Ephesus coming into the dominance of Rome, had lived in these lands. The cities of Phygale, Marathesion and Neopolis were established within the borders of the city. During the period, the ports of Phygale and Neopolis were not busy and necessary, as they were close to the famous trading centers and ports, Miletos and Ephesus. The city was invaded by Persians around the year of 546BC. In…

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    How to get to kusadasi

    By Flight There are 2 major international airports near Kusadasi. The first one is Izmir International Airport (ADB) which is 80 kms away from Kusadasi and the other one is Bodrum Airport (BJV) which is 130 km from Kusadasi. There are different ways to reach Kusadasi from those airports. Taking a private transfer or hiring a cab are two options. By Ferry You can visit Kusadasi by cruise ships or you can take a ferry from Greek island Samos to Kusadasi. There are 2 ferries everyday between Samos and Kusadasi during high season; 08:30 in the morning and 17:00 in the afternoon. Schedules are subject to change due to seasonal,…

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    Didyma

    Didyma, is a holiday resort in the province of Aydin in the south of Kusadasi. This cozy resort, where blue and green intertwine, is constantly evolving and flourishing. Didim, which is rich in culture, history and natural beauty, has become the focus of attention of local and foreign tourists especially in the last 15 years. The famous Altınkum beach that comes to mind when Didim is mentioned, the blue flag sea surrounded by beaches and bays, historical cultural riches (Temple of Apollo, Holy Way, Miletus and Priene Ancient Cities) are coming. The population of Didim, whose inhabitants are close to 60 thousand, is 150 to 200 thousand with the tourists…

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    Lady’s Beach

    The beach, which was formerly a walkway and secluded place, was preferred for the women of Kuşadasi especially because it was out of sight and was generally a beach where women went. That’s why it took the name of the women’s beach and then started to be called the sea of ​​Women. The women’s beach is a free public beach and the beach has a toilet, shower and kiosks. The beach of 600 meters is 4 km from the center of Kusadasi. The hotel has a hotel, a hostel, a cafeteria and a restaurant. You can taste different tastes at the beach cafes and restaurants. With all these features, it…

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    Long Beach

    The beach, known as Long Beach in Kuşadası, is the part from Yavansu to Güzelçamlı National Park. Long Beach, which is a densely located summer house in Kuşadası, consists of 12 km of beaches and is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. There are 10 beaches near the beach, which are named after the beach or from the beach club. Some of those; Paradise Beach, Silver Beach, Love Beach. In the area which is mostly composed of summer houses, there are also hotels and pensions which cater to every budget. The beach, which is filled with summer cottages and domestic foreign hotel customers, is quiet and quiet…

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    Lake Bafa

    Lake Bafa is the largest lake in the Aegean region, located in the province of Aydın. The lake is named after Bafa Village on the east coast. Another name is Çamiçi Lake. Surrounded by mountains on three sides and with plenty of trees around it, the surrounding area has a very clean air. To the north of the lake lies the Mountain Labada in the south of the Beşparmak Mountains. Lake Bafa is 17 km from the Aegean Sea. In the past, the lake was a gulf and it was known as Vafi Sea, but it is known that this bay was filled with the lands of the great Menderes…

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    Marmaris

    Marmaris is a touristic district of Muğla. Kuşadası and Marmaris, which are located in two neighboring cities, are two very important holiday centers. Marmaris is one of the major yachting centers in Turkey, has a very well-protected natural harbor and pier and the marina has a capacity of hundreds of yachts. Another important feature of Marmaris is the sea. This region has indented coasts and beautiful bays and bays. The beautiful beaches and bays in Marmaris attract many tourists from all over the world. Although it is famous for its sea, Marmaris is also known for its fresh air and forest pines and it is also known as the Green…

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    Pamukkale

    200 km east from Kusadasi, Pamukkale, which is regarded as one of Turkey’s most important natural beauty. Pamukkale attracts many local and foreign tourists with its different appearance. Visitors can swim in the water areas of the travertines if they wish. Pamukkale travertines, which are located in Denizli city, have been formed by natural hot water resources to travertine beds. The hot water from the surface is poured into these layers causing collapses. These hot waters are rich in calcium and hydrocarbonates. This hot water, which is approximately 350 degrees, changes with chemical contact with water and transforms into carbonate sediments and forms a white color and hard ground. Aegean…