Ferry tickets to Kusadasi
Kusadasi has interesting attractions, including the Old Town and Ephesus. The latter is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Kusadasi, from fish village to tourist resort

It's the most famous cruise port in Turkey and one of the busiest ferry ports in the Turkish coasts. The city was known in the past as Ephesus Neopolis. The new name of the city, Kusadasi, means “The birds' island”. The place has developed a lot through the years and many tourists come here through the Greek island Samos.
If you want to travel to Kusadasi by boat, book ferry tickets through Let’s Ferry.

Attractions in Kusadasi
• One of Turkey's most visited attractions is Ephesus, 20 km from the port. The remains of the ancient city as well as the Temple of Artemis have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the same area you can also visit the Library of Celsus. You can easily access the area with a dolmus.
• Explore Kaleici, the Old Town in Kusadasi. It's main road, the Barbaros Caddesi leads to the remains of the Ottoman walls.
• The Grand Bazaar, is the city's largest market which starts at the port and spreads in the alleys. It's the perfect place to do bargaining and buy shisha, pottery, fabrics and hammam towels.

Kaleici, Kusadasi

Kaleici, Kusadasi

Beaches in Kusadasi

• The Green Beach is surrounded by palm trees, which along with the sandy coast, create a tropical scenery.
• Very close to the port there is a secluded beach, Yılancı Burnu.
• The Kadinlar Denizi, also known as Ladies Beach, is just 2 km from the port. It is sandy with many coffee shops nearby and water sports facilities like Jet Ski and jet car.
Kustur is 6 km from the port and offers water sports like surf and water ski.

Temple of Artemis, Kusadasi

Temple of Artemis, Kusadasi

Activities in Kusadasi

• Have a walk at the Güvercinada, also known as Pigeon Island. It's an islet at the entrance of the port. You will find an ancient castle there from the 14th century, which is now a cafe.
Rent a boat to visit the hidden coves of the area.
• Enjoy hiking at the National Park Büyük Menderes, at the Dilek Peninsula.
• Relax at a turkish hammam, for a special, traditional experience.

Access to Kusadasi: You can reach the port by car, ferry, plain or dolmus (minibuses that can take up to 15 passengers). The International Airport Izmir Adnan Menderes is 80 km from the port.
Izmir is 100 km away. Kusadasi to Izmir is an hour and 20 minutes by car.
Bodrum (Halicarnassus) is 155 km away. Kusadasi to Bodrum is 2,5 hours by car.
Cesme is 180 km away. Kusadasi to Cesme is 2,5 hours by car.

Only in Kusadasi: Have a unique experience at Turkey's most popular diving site. Visit the wreck of the Airbus A300 and have the chance to reach the cockpit. The aircraft was sunk on purpose to attract more divers.

Information about the port of Kusadasi

The port is connected to Vathi and Pithagoreio in Samos. The national currency is the Turkish Lira. Although most shops accept euros, it is advised that you have some liras with you.
Facilities at the port of Kusadasi: Free Wi-Fi, ATM, currency exchange office, taxis, car rentals, free maps, WC, WC for the disabled, waiting lounge, cafe, paid parking.

Useful phones, Kusadasi
Port: + 90 256 614 1581
Hospital: +902566182414
Police: +902566141022

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