Kusadasi Holidays - A real Turkish delight, Kusadasi is a vibrant resort, about 90 km south of Izmir on the west coast of Turkey, lapping the shores of the Aegean sea. Holidays to Turkey really start in Kusadasi as the resort is so well developed these days with perfect infrastrusture where fun in the sun is guaranteed.
Kusadasi resorts is an animated, bustling and lively town both day and night. Local life carries on with the usual commercial enterprises flourishing amidst many tourist activities. The local souk or market thrives on the tourist euro but the weekly (Friday) market sees more local interest selling carpets, underwear, household goods, live poultry et al!
Not just a town for shopping, socialising and sightseeing, Kusadasi has its own man-made beach, but is only 4 km from the delightful resort of Ladies Beach where powdery sand and crystal water awaits.
Kusadasi resorts has some excellent restaurants serving both Turkish cuisine and international cooking and the many bars are open till the wee small hours. Nightlife in the resort can be as restrained or as wild as you want and, if energy allows, there are wonderful excursions and trips of historical interest close by. A visit to Ephesus, housing the ruins of the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, should not be missed.
There are no flights into Kusadasi, but regular flights operate from Dublin into Izmir and the resort is easily accessible. We offer a selection of hotels and apartments in Kusadasi, so check them out now.
VISA REQUIREMENTS -
You can no longer purchase your visa at the airport on arrival. Thanks to a new Turkish government initiative, you can avoid queuing and purchase the visa on-line here. This MUST be done prior to departure.
Please be advised that ClickandGo accepts no responsibility for incorrect supply of information and/or delays in obtaining sufficient information to process visas online. ClickandGo accepts no liability for any issues encountered by customers who do not obtain a visa in time for their holiday. Customers may be refused entry to their destination if a complete and correct visa application is not processed on time. Your passport must be valid for 6 months from your return date of travel. The Turkish Consulate will not process visa applications should your passport expire within this timeframe.