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Vibrant nightlife, a multitude of beaches, water parks and buzzing markets are just a few of the reasons why families, groups and couples love holidays in Kusadasi.
Find out everything you need to know about this bustling seaside town with the TravelSupermarket guide to Kusadasi holidays…
Just like many of the other tourist resorts of Turkey, Kusadasi is a former fishing village that has cast off the nets and hooks of its past to become a bustling holiday hotspot.
Kusadasi sprawls around a bay on the west coast of Turkey, where the warm waters of the Aegean Sea gently roll up to the beaches and waterfront promenades of the town. As the major coastal gateway to ancient Ephesus, the port of Kusadasi welcomes huge cruise liners – part of what makes this town feel so cosmopolitan in comparison with some of the more traditional resorts along the coast.
While global brands and British and Irish bars are common here, charming local markets and independent shops and restaurants ensure that you get the full Turkish experience.
Families snap up cheap holidays to Kusadasi because of the multitude of child-friendly attractions. With eight beaches, a generous handful of water parks, and more ice-cream vendors than you can shake a waffle cone at, your kids will be begging for another holiday to Kusadasi the moment you leave.
Hotels with family-friendly amenities, including water slides and swimming pools, are also popular in Kusadasi. Village-style hotels, where you can book an all-inclusive Kusadasi break and enjoy the convenience of everything being included, are easy to find and make for memorable family visits. There are also many chic hotels in Kusadasi, where couples and older families take advantage of more hushed and stylish surroundings. If you want to make the most of the excellent local restaurants, go for a self-catering break or a hotel that includes breakfast – it’s a pleasure to tour the streets of Kusadasi and find a restaurant that makes everyone smile.
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