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.
It is not known exactly when and by whom Kuşadası was established. However, it is believed that Kuşadası was founded by the Ions by looking at the names of some settlements. Kuşadası was founded at Andızkul, which was located at the foot of Pilavtepen. At that time, these coasts were located within the borders of Byzantium, then Algeria and the Venetians began to dominate the coasts in the economic area. He then moved to his current position in the city Andizkule to provide easier access to the shore and was named the New Scaffold (Scala Nuova). There have been many civilizations since the first ages in and around Kuşadası Bay,…