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Çeşme - Alaçatı
Çeşme is waiting for you with its magnificent turquoise sea, beaches, beautiful bays, nature, nightlife, unique villages and history!
Çesme is a very preferred place in summer with its clear sea, world-famous beaches and bays that fascinate those who see it. In addition to many private beach clubs, especially in Aya Yorgi Bay, there are also Blue Flag beaches such as Ilıca Public Beach, and Dalyan Kocakarı Public Beach. Delikli Bay, Aya Yorgi Bay and Cleopatra Bay are among the most popular bays of Çeşme. You can enjoy the sea in Çeşme, the holiday paradise of the Aegean coast.
Windsurfing and Kitesurfing
Alaçatı is one of the few windsurfing locations in the world with its wind blowing continuously throughout the year. The bay is also an ideal location to start surfing due to its shallow waters and sheltered nature. Surf schools, located on the beach right after Port Alaçatı Marina, both provide surf training and rent surf suits. There are also places where you can get kite surfing training or kite surfing. When you go to Alaçatı, just entrust yourself to the wind!
Alaçatı is a tourist paradise with its colorful streets, nightlife, unique boutiques, delicious local restaurants, boutique hotels with flowers hanging from the walls, old stone houses, and beaches. Located next to its famous beaches and surf centers, Port Alaçatı Marina provides mooring services for boats. We recommend you eat local mezes, seafood, Çeşme Kumru and delices made from mastic gum in Alaçatı, where there are usually luxury shops and a rich variety of restaurants of all kinds.
Ildırı and Erythrai Ancient Settlement
Ildırı is a fishing village that has hosted many TV series and movies. The village, which is very close to Çeşme, was called 'Erythrai' in ancient times. Erythrai, one of the leading of the twelve Ionian states in ancient times, is one of the important settlements of the Ancient Aegean world. If you go to Ildırı, you can see the ancient ruins. The calm and peaceful environment of Ildırı and its magnificent sunset view are worth seeing. You can eat lokma and delicious seafood and swim in the sea in Ildırı.
Çeşme was referred to as the pier of Erythrai, one of the 12 Ionian cities in the ancient period. After the second half of the 14th century, Çeşme became an important port of entry for trade between Chios and Anatolia. It is estimated that the Çeşme Castle was built by the Genoese before 1508. Çeşme Fortress was included in the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List in 2020. You can enjoy the magnificent view from the Çeşme Castle.
Çesme Marina is an elegant and dynamic marina with easy access to the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean. Located in a sheltered harbor that can be easily reached for 24 hours, the marina serves boats up to 60 meters in length with a capacity of 400 boats at sea and 100 boats on land. There is also a yacht club, restaurants, bars and shops in the marina. When you come to Çeşme, you should definitely stop by the Çeşme Marina!