Destinations / Turkey / Kusadasi
A holiday to Kusadasi is a real Turkish delight. Kusadasi is a vibrant resort on the west coast of Turkey, lapping the shores of the Aegean sea.
Kusadasi is an animated, bustling and lively town both day and night. The local souk or market thrives on the influx of tourists to the town but the weekly market on Friday sees more local interest selling everything from carpets to live poultry.
Not just a town for shopping, socialising and sightseeing, Kusadasi has its own man-made beach or 4km is the delightful resort of Ladies Beach where powdery sand and crystal water awaits.
Kusadasi has excellent restaurants serving both Turkish and international cuisine. Nightlife in Kusadasi can be as restrained or as wild as you want with many bars staying open all night. Or if you want to immerse yourself in some culture, 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 fantastic hotels and apartments in Kusadasi, so check them out now.
Kusadasi Airport Transfers & Weather
Airport: Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport (ADB)
Distance: 67km from Izmir Airport to Kusadasi
You can get a shared shuttle from Izmir Airport to your accommodation in Kusadasi. This a coach transfer with multiple stops en route to your accommodation. It's the cheapest but slowest option.
You also can get a speedy shuttle from Izmir Airport to your accommodation in Kusadasi. This also a coach transfer but with a maximum of 4-5 stops en route to your accommodation. It costs slightly more than the shared shuttle, but is faster.
The fastest and most direct option, though slightly more expensive, is a private transfer. This is a private vehicle just for you and the people travelling with you. There are no stops and no waiting at the airport.