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Situated in the up-and-coming Izmir area on Turkey’s sun-drenched west coast, Kusadasi is a busy resort with a great climate for sun lovers. Holidays to Kusadasi are popular with families thanks to its brilliant beaches and great choice of activities, watersports, parks and rides. Strolling on the beautiful promenade, people watching and witnessing the boats depart from its pretty harbour are a great way to spend time at leisure. While the beaches are sure to occupy you by day, by night there are plenty of places to eat, drink and dance the night away.

 

Day trips abound in this resort, from traditional gulet cruises where you can snorkel the day away and exciting dolphin spotting tours to market tours and visits to nearby towns. You could also take a boat trip to the island of Ephesus (or Efes) which has a host of historical ruins. Just off the coast, connected to Kusadasi by a causeway, is a Byzantine Castle on the Pigeon Island that once guarded the harbour - which is also now a favourite tourist hangout.

 

The relaxed resort suits families well and there is a waterpark for more high-octane fun nearby. If you're looking for authenticity though, the quaint cobbled streets, old-school tavernas that serve amazing kebab platters and mezes as well as bustling bazaars offer a taste of traditional Turkey. Kusadasi holidays offer the perfect blend of old and new and whether you're visiting its coastal resorts and beaches or colourful cities and towns, you'll be blown away by its variety.

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Places to go and things to do in Kusadasi

Pretty Beaches

Pretty Beaches

Whether you want to hire a sunlounger and parasol, take part in watersports, people watch on the beach or chill out in a quiet cove, you can take your pick of beaches in Kusadasi. The sandy Ladies Beach is very popular (and men are allowed too!) and Long Beach is a great all-rounder for a day in the sun.

Family Fun at the Aquapark

Adaland Aquapark is a firm-favourite for a family day out, if you can tear the kids away from the beach! There are slides and water rafting to suit all ages and appetites for adventure, and there’s also a dolphin park where you can watch these wonderful creatures perform in a show and even go for a swim with them!

A Taste of Turkey

Kusadasi has a great choice of Turkish and international restaurants to please its peckish visitors. For delicious meze in a seaside setting try Kumsal on Ladies Beach and enjoy a leisurely dinner under the stars. You’ll also find plenty of tourist friendly bars such as Sean’s Karaoke Bar, where you can let your hair down late into the night.

National Park

Dilek is the biggest National Park on the Aegean coast and is famed for its natural beauty. Tour the park to see its flora and fauna in their natural habitat, including many endemic species. Dilek has four beaches too, so carry your swimming gear if you’d like a quiet dip. Once you've splashed in the sea, there are plenty of forest trails to follow which are ideal for trekking.

Places to go and things to do in Kusadasi

Pretty Beaches

Pretty Beaches


Whether you want to hire a sunlounger and parasol, take part in watersports, people watch on the beach or chill out in a quiet cove, you can take your pick of beaches in Kusadasi. The sandy Ladies Beach is very popular (and men are allowed too!) and Long Beach is a great all-rounder for a day in the sun.

Read More
Family Fun at the Aquapark

Family Fun at the Aquapark

Adaland Aquapark is a firm-favourite for a family day out, if you can tear the kids away from the beach! There are slides and water rafting to suit all ages and appetites for adventure, and there’s also a dolphin park where you can watch these wonderful creatures perform in a show and even go for a swim with them!

Read More
A Taste of Turkey

A Taste of Turkey

Kusadasi has a great choice of Turkish and international restaurants to please its peckish visitors. For delicious meze in a seaside setting try Kumsal on Ladies Beach and enjoy a leisurely dinner under the stars. You’ll also find plenty of tourist friendly bars such as Sean’s Karaoke Bar, where you can let your hair down late into the night.

Read More
National Park

National Park

Dilek is the biggest National Park on the Aegean coast and is famed for its natural beauty. Tour the park to see its flora and fauna in their natural habitat, including many endemic species. Dilek has four beaches too, so carry your swimming gear if you’d like a quiet dip. Once you've splashed in the sea, there are plenty of forest trails to follow which are ideal for trekking.

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