The picturesque resort town of Kuşadasi can be found on the peninsula of Guvercin Ada in the Aegean Sea, in the Aydin province of Turkey, around 100 kilometers south of Izmir and 150 kilometers north of Bodrum. Inhabited since ancient times, today it has become a popular tourist destination for boating and yachting enthusiasts from around the world, thanks to its stunning beauty and rich cultural history.


Kuşadasi also boasts a large number of pristine beaches and has a reputation for catering to seafaring travelers. The privately owned port here is located near a variety of historical seaside homes, many of which function today as restaurants, bars, shops and cafes. In addition, the imposing mountain of Kaz Daği stands sentry over the city, and a number of ancient ruins are located in and around the town of Kuşadasi, making it fun to explore by land and sea!

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Turkish Coast
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