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Everything about Cesme

Cesme is currently the most famous holiday resort for Turkish tourists and is becoming increasingly popular with the foreign visit...

Cesme is currently the most famous holiday resort for Turkish tourists and is becoming increasingly popular with the foreign visitors. Cesme offers an upmarket, authentic holiday experience and is home to the second best surfing waters in the world. It is in an ideal location, just a 40 minute driv

Everything about Cesme

Best Things To Do in

Ilica Beach Due to the hot springs in and around Cesme the water here is always warmer than elsewhere. The long white sandy be...

Ilica Beach Due to the hot springs in and around Cesme the water here is always warmer than elsewhere. The long white sandy beach and beautiful turquoise water make it extremely popular especially July and August and it’s great for families with children. For further information click here

Best Things To Do in Cesme

Everything about Alacati

Alacati is famous for its authentic stone houses, stone paved roads and crystal clear waters. Alacati used to be a Roman town a...

Alacati is famous for its authentic stone houses, stone paved roads and crystal clear waters. Alacati used to be a Roman town and residents have achieved to keep its authenticity and unique atmosphere. The town is only a 10 minute drive from Cesme centre and 30 minutes from Izmir , the 3rd l

Everything about Alacati

Altinkum Beach in Ciftlikkoy Cesme

Altinkum or Golden Sand Beach in Ciftlikkoy is situated 8km from the centre of  Cesme. The beach here slowly inclines from sh...

Altinkum or Golden Sand Beach in Ciftlikkoy is situated 8km from the centre of  Cesme. The beach here slowly inclines from shallow to deep and the water is crystal clear and very clean. Altinkum is popular because of  its ice cold water, especially in August when the water at Ilica Beach g

Altinkum Beach in Ciftlikkoy Cesme

Kumru Sandwich

Kumru is a special type of sandwich that is associated with Cesme (pronounced Cheshme) which is a region of Izmir . Kumru tra...

Kumru is a special type of sandwich that is associated with Cesme (pronounced Cheshme) which is a region of Izmir . Kumru translates to “turtle-dove” and the name derives from the shape of the bread that makes the sandwich. This special bread is made using a chickpea sourdough which

Kumru Sandwich

Pirlanta Beach in Ciftlikkoy

Pirlanta (Diamond) or Tursite Beach is located in Ciftlikkoy. Pirlanta Beach is famous with its heavy winds (available nearly ever...

Pirlanta (Diamond) or Tursite Beach is located in Ciftlikkoy. Pirlanta Beach is famous with its heavy winds (available nearly everday of the year), which is ideal for kitesurfing and windsurfing. This 600 meter long sandy beach, situated 8km west of Cesme, is easily accessible with dolmus minibuses

Pirlanta Beach in Ciftlikkoy

Ilica Cesme

Ilıca (pronounced Iluja) is a large resort area on the Cesme peninsula which is in western Turkey in the province of Izmir and is...

Ilıca (pronounced Iluja) is a large resort area on the Cesme peninsula which is in western Turkey in the province of Izmir and is 5km from the district centre of Çeşme where its municipal administrative offices are located. At the end of the 19th century in was mainly a summer retreat for t

Ilica Cesme

Thermal Spring Waters and Mud

It is known that the Greek geographer, Pausinias, wrote about Cesme’s thermal spring waters in his books in the 2nd centu...

It is known that the Greek geographer, Pausinias, wrote about Cesme’s thermal spring waters in his books in the 2nd century. Additionally, hundreds of articles have been written about Cesme’s thermal spring waters by the foreign and Turkish scientists since 1800s. Cesme as a Therm

Thermal Spring Waters and Mud Bath in Cesme

Cesme Archaeology Museum

This historical and cultural museum is housed in the Cesme Fort that was constructed in 1508 during the reign of Beyazıt II; it w...

This historical and cultural museum is housed in the Cesme Fort that was constructed in 1508 during the reign of Beyazıt II; it was designed by architect Ahmet Oğlu Mehmet and commissioned by the Aydin Governor, Mir Haydar. {reklam,300,250,1} The museum first opened to the public in 1965 as a gu

Cesme Archaeology Museum

Erythrai Ancient City Cesme

Erythrai, situated 27km north of Cesme in the village of Ildiri, was one of the 12 Ion cities in the 7th century BC.  His...

Erythrai, situated 27km north of Cesme in the village of Ildiri, was one of the 12 Ion cities in the 7th century BC.  History of Erythrai While Erythrai was a small city compared to other Ion cities, it was famous for producing millstone, wine and timber. The city used to trade with Egypt,

Erythrai Ancient City Cesme

Surfing and Surf Schools in

Cesme is not only the best surfing areas of Turkey, but it is also known as one of the most popular surfing destinations of the wo...

Cesme is not only the best surfing areas of Turkey, but it is also known as one of the most popular surfing destinations of the world. Cesme as a Surfing Resort The town of Alacati is a heaven for surf lovers. {reklam,300,250,1} The shore of Alacati is sandy and the depth stays at 1 meter for a

Surfing and Surf Schools in Cesme

Traditional Cesme Houses

Architecture of Cesme Houses Traditional Cesme houses have an authentic architecture. The old houses that you can frequently c...

Architecture of Cesme Houses Traditional Cesme houses have an authentic architecture. The old houses that you can frequently come across while you are in Cesme are mainly from the 18th century. Exterior These houses do not have a front garden and they are lined up in a townhouse style. 

Traditional Cesme Houses

Wine Production in Cesme

Cesme used to be a popular town with vineyards and wine production during the Greek period. Wine Production in History As Ces...

Cesme used to be a popular town with vineyards and wine production during the Greek period. Wine Production in History As Cesme (Smyrna with its ancient name) is situated by the seaside, the town used to export its wines to other parts of the world with the ships arriving to the town regul

Wine Production in Cesme

Sailing Cesme Alacati and Izmir

Cesme Marina and Cesme Harbour Cesme Marina opened in July 2010 and remains an undiscovered, chic part of Turkey's stun...

Cesme Marina and Cesme Harbour Cesme Marina opened in July 2010 and remains an undiscovered, chic part of Turkey's stunning coastline and is at the western end of the Izmir Peninsula. The marina has 400 fully serviced berths for yachts up to 60m with many upmarket shops, bars and restaura

Sailing Cesme Alacati and Izmir

Mastic Trees

The Mastic tree was discovered in Cesme 6,000 years ago and is used to flavour Raki , a traditional Turkish alcoholic drink, Masti...

The Mastic tree was discovered in Cesme 6,000 years ago and is used to flavour Raki , a traditional Turkish alcoholic drink, Mastic jelly, and has a very pleasant smell. Mastic is not only used in the domestic kitchen but also in the manufacture of medicine and paint.   Mastic in History {

Mastic Trees

Germiyan Cesme

Germiyan Village (köyü) is a village settlement on the Cesme peninsular in the district of Izmir . The area has many vac...

Germiyan Village (köyü) is a village settlement on the Cesme peninsular in the district of Izmir . The area has many vacation sites and fish farms, is close to the highway and the nearby other villages of Ildiri , Sifne and Reisdere . The houses here date mainly from the Ottoman-era, ar

Germiyan Cesme

Cesme Photos

Ilica Beach Cesme

Cece Nightclub Cesme

Cesme Yacht Marina

Marrakech Beach and Night Club Cesme

Beaches of Cesme

Vineyards in Ovacik

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Turkish Food Recipes

Gardener’s Kebab - Red Meat Courses

Main Course

Sekerpare - Almond Pastries - Other Desserts

Dessert

Aubergine & Beef Moussaka - Red Meat Courses

Main Course

Pepper Dolma with Olive Oil - Rice & Pasta Dishes

Main Course

Pilav Rice with Vermicelli - Rice & Pasta Dishes

Main Course

Beef and Aubergine Moussaka with Cheese - Red Meat Courses

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