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Kusadasi Guide - Around Kusadasi
Pigeon Island, with its
gleaming image, really
deserves to be symbol of Kusadasi.
of the island, uniting
with the panoramic
colors of sunset attract
every visitors. As the
much-frequented place of
birds during the
National Park, The ideal place to escape from town fuss and noise is a well-merited rest and beach afternoon in the national park (since 1960's) of Kalamaki in the "Dilek Peninsula". Located approx. 30 km South of Kusadasi, it is only 1-2 km far...
Davutlar, a small quite town, populated 6000 in the winter and rising up to 35000 in the summer, is situated 15km south of Kusadasi, on the way to National Park. The center of the town is a bit farther from the sea, but fine powdery sand of the beaches...
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 very...
Selcuk, the 18 km of road from Kusadasi to Selcuk pass through spectacular beach and mountain scenery. The pretty town Selcuk is famous with its being a fascinating mixture of all historical periods. The strategic...
Sirince, this pretty old Orthodox village, 12 km away from Ephesus and 30 km from Kusadasi, was once Cirkince ("ugly"). Indeed its habitants gave this name on purpose as they did not want to be bothered by by foreigners...
Soke, a 20 km enjoying road journey, experiencing varied tones of green on the valleys and spectacular view of Kusadasi gulf from the high mountains, reaches to Soke. The city is reputed for its immense agricultural lands...
Bafa Lake, offers an ideal location for relaxation with its impressive setting, and full with visitors who prefer cooling off in the lakeside cafes & restaurants for enjoying the excellent view. As an ancient gulf transformed...
Aydin, as the capital city of Kusadasi, is situated on the western side of Turkey and about 65km east from Kusadasi. Surrounded by the natural beauty of Mountain Samsun, the area around...
Pamukkale, An unusual natural and historical site with the sparkling white castle -like cascades, Pamukkale is one of the most important highlights of Turkey, unique in the world. The site is named in Turkish as "Pamukkale"...
Izmir, third biggest city of Turkey, called Pearl of the Aegean, has been planned in such a way that the chaotic environment of metropolises has been avoided.Izmir is located at the beginning of a long narrow...
Cesme, it is located in the west of Izmir. The name Cesme means fountain in Turkish. The name comes from the many springs around the area during the 18th and 19th centuries. It is one of the most...
Didim (Didyma), is a peninsula surrounded by Mugla and Akbuk in the east, the Aegean Sea in the south, the Bafa Lake and the Meander River in the north. There are a lot of historical places to visit such as ancient cities Didyma, Miletos and Priene. It is also a holiday resort...
Bodrum, The first settlement in Bodrum was on the little island where the St Peter Castle is located. According to the father of history Herodotus, Dorians from Troezen called their new island Zephyria. It is not...
Marmaris, was used to be called Physkos and it was part of the Carian Empire during the 6th century B.C. although it is not known when exactly the town was founded. According to the historian Herodotus it was a...
Gocek, previously named Kalimche in the antiquity, was conveniently located between Telmessos (today Fethiye) and Kaunos (today Dalyan). According to the legends, it is in the Gocek area that Ikarus felt...