Kusadasi, one of Turkey’s principle holiday resorts, offers an excellent environment for an unforgettable holiday. Situated on the West coast of Turkey – 90km South of Izmir, Kusadasi, is reputed for one of the most attractive city of the Aegean, as it is close to the important historical sites including Ephesus, Didyma, Priene, Miletos-the principals of ancient times, and ideal for sightseers.   Numerous powdery sandy beaches with warm&clear waters, providing a peaceful atmosphere, allow a great variety of water and beach facilities. Windsurfing, water skiing, sailing and beach volley are only a few choice for the lovers of active life. After sunbathing restfully during the day, the city awaits the superb sunset. As the sun sets, the attractive cafes and restaurants through the palm-lined boulevard, get busier. It is a great delight to watch the comings and goings of theyachts and ships with accompanience of the panoramicview of the sunset, on a pre-drink before the dinner. 

1-)PIGEON ISLAND: Pigeon Island is the symbol of Kusadasi. The island is place of birds during the seasonal migrations that are why it was named Bird Island. This Island is one of the best places to watch the panoramic view of the beautiful city and enjoy watching the sunset. You can also sip your drink at one of the cafes on the Island and with scenery. The Island was used for securing the shores or preverted the attacks from the sea. The Byzantine Castle is standing on the rocks and used against pirates.

2-)MARINA: Kusadasi Marina is one of the biggest yacht marinas in Turkey and also visited by many tourists. Blue flags waved in Kusadasi Marina, it is international standards of a symbol of environmental awareness. Kusadasi Marina also gives an opportunity to be witness of magnificent sunset of Kusadasi, to watch the yachts while you sip your drink or enjoy your fresh sea food at one of the restaurant. It is also open to the public.

3-)OPEN AIR MARKET: A town’s heart beats at its open air markets and it is so in Kusadasi! Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, open air markets are settled in large streets. At food markets, villagers bring fresh products from their farm to sell, so even if you would not buy, you would have a chance to observe the season’s vegetables, socialize with locals and live the authentic atmosphere.