Wednesday, 27 October 2010
Kusadasi - Turkey Travel Guide
Fantastic food, great shopping and ancient wonders.
•Kusadasi Kusadasi rests on the clear shimmering waters of the Agean sea. The town is surrounded by hills dotted with pine trees and olive groves. It is a great holiday location offering a whole host of leisure options. You can simply relax in the sun on superb beaches or explore Turkey's unique heritage. The stunning historic amphitheatre of Ephesus is just 15 minutes away plus the grand bazaar and the busy harbour provide a glimpse of Turkey's trading past. As a popular stop off point for cruises and ferries, Kusadasi attracts a diverse range of visitors each summer. Some stop off to visit the well-preserved Ionian settlements of Miletus, Priene and Didyma; others are simply island hopping using the local ferries which link with Samos and Mykonos. And still most are simply enjoying the beach, the fantastic marine life and the sophisticated nightlife. There are plenty of good hotels and restaurants, lokantas and cafes for every budget and the atmosphere at the resort is chic and yet friendly.
•Beaches in Kusadasi
Kusadasi's clean, sandy beaches are very popular in the summer months. There are plenty of watersports and beachclubs. And the warm turquoise waters are perfect for scuba diving and snorkelling. From Kusadasi harbour, there are regular boat cruises along the stunning coastline. •Eating Out in KusadasiThere is a good choice of restaurants and tavernas in the resort, the old town and along Ladies beach
•One of the best known seafood restaurants in Kusadasi is the Cinar Fish Restaurant. Apart from enjoying the wonderful views, guests can watch their meal being prepared in the open kitchen. For those looking for top class Turkish specialities, the Konyali Restaurant which is opposite the marina is an excellent choice. Throughout the resort there are small local restaurants serving good traditional food at local prices.
•Best restaurants in Kusadasi Our holidaymakers' favourite restaurants include "The Secret Garden for a special meal and Avlu for geninue Turkish food at Turkish prices."
•Shopping in Kusadasi Kusadasi's port and trading heritage are well evidenced with all the carpet and curio shops. The amazing Grand Bazaar in Kusadasi, near the harbour, is open seven days a week from 9am until midnight and has over 1,000 shops and stalls. Bargaining is expected for goods such as leather jackets, sandals, carpets and hand-made jewellery. And there's often a welcoming glass of tea on offer.
•Nightlife in Kusadasi As befits its position as an international crossing point, there is an eclectic mix of bars and clubs catering for every taste. The huge open air disco, Ecstasy Bar, has top UK djs and there is an Irish Bar, plus cabaret, tavernas, folklore evenings and jazz clubs.
•Attractions:The Aqua Fantasy Land, Jeep Safari,
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The flight takes around 4 hours from UK airports.
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Did you know? Ephesus was visited by St Paul, whose letters to the Ephesians are recorded in the New Testament
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