is a shoppers paradise, with markets and boutiques, as well as the
grand bazaar and shopping centers you are spoilt for choice. You can
buy anything from spices to clothes, from ceramics to leather jackets.
The shops have no set opening times in Kusadasi and usually stay open
from early in the morning until late at night. Additionaly Kusadasi has
3 markets, firstly the Tuesday market which sells fresh fruit &
veg. The second being Wednesday market where you can get absolute
bargains for clothes, bags and the likes. Last but not least, on
Saturday's a lively market is setup in the town centre mainly for
Activities: Kusadasi is the best place for those who love to savor the ancient
charm nestled in the serenity of nature. For culture and history
lovers, some of the must sees are Panionian Agora, Roman Bath, Pygale,
Neopolis, Ephesus, Turkish Baths, etc. Kusadasi is also quite
conveniently located near many well known historical sites like the
Home of Virgin Mary, the magnificent historical city Ephesus, Temple of
Artemis, temple of Apollon, Priene, Miletos, etc.
For nature loving
tourists, there are places to travel like the world famous Pamukkale
(cotton castle), Dilek peninsula National park, Bafa lake and the
Sirince village. The last one is the best example of old village living
in Anatolia. Other attractions include the 3 aqua parks in Kusadasi
called Adaland, Aquafantasy and Aqualand and the downtown tourist spots
like Caravanserai, Kusadasi Fortress, and old Town district.
are many Kusadasi restaurants that offer exemplary services. You can
also choose among a lot of different cuisines and tastes. You can
easily sample Turkish dining in the many Turkish restaurants available.
But if your cravings are other types of cuisine, do not worry. There
are a lot of Chinese restaurants present. For all of you who just love
eating fish, there are also various fish restaurants in Kusadasi. In
addition plenty of international restaurants to be found.
here, down the Aegean, Turquoise, and Mediterranean coasts, there's no
way to get away from the forced partying, be it in one of the seemingly
infinite clubs on Barlar Sokagi (Bar Street) or in your hotel's very
Kusadasi's nightlife is concentrated in the old town
center, in the narrow streets bordered by Barbaros Hayrettin Bulvari
and Saglik Sokak. Kusadasi's Barlar Sokagi (walk up Barbaros Hayrettin
Bulv., turn right onto Saglik Sok., and then left under the arch into
the confusion) boasts more Irish pubs per square inch than Dublin.