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Vacation in Izmir

Turquie

 

Fascinating history and unique landscapes at the crossroads of East and West

 

Established at the crossroads of East and West, Turkey is one of the most multi-facetted and popular destinations of the Mediterranean. Combining tradition and modernity, it offers a wide range of activities allowing you to appreciate seaside activities, nightlife, cultural visits, sporting adventures and wellness breaks. Thanks to its numerous thermal springs and its Hammam traditions dating back to the Middle Ages, the entire country is an oasis of well-being. The great hotel facilities combined with exceptional services guarantee unforgettable experiences. 

Izmir

 

Izmir

 

Formerly known as Smyrna, the city of Izmir looks back on a history of more than 5,000 years. As an important station along the Silk Road, the city on the Aegean Sea was long considered an important link between Europe and Asia, as the ruins of the agora and the old fortress still testify. Today Izmir is Turkey's most modern and western metropolis and surrounded by exclusive seaside resorts. Shopping in the traditional bazaar, a stroll along the beautiful promenade, fantastic restaurants and cafés - here you will enjoy a unique atmosphere.


Hotel areas

38.41273, 27.13838

Ozdere

Ozdere

Ozdere is a popular and up-and-coming holiday resort with good infrastructure in the south of Izmir. From here, you can reach the excavation sites of ancient Ephesus in about 40 minutes. Among other things, the ruins of Artemision await you there. The temple was one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world. Distance to the airport: 51 km..

Kusadasi

Kusadasi

Kusadasi is a city with a chequered history. In ancient times it was better known as Neapolis. Later, the city was a strategically important port for the Republic of Venice and was called Scala Nova before it was reconquered by the Ottomans. History at your fingertips here. Distance to the airport: 66 km.


Must-do / Must-see - our suggestions

To do

  • Discover Izmir's oriental side at the Kemeralti Bazaar. More than 15,000 stalls sell food and clothes as well as colourful carpets, jewellery and handmade works of art. In addition, inviting teahouses, restaurants and cafés await you around the market stalls.
  • The Kordon Promenade is less busy. Like a green ribbon, it runs along the shore and, thanks to the great view of the bay, is a popular meeting place not only for locals. Ferries also depart from here to the opposite side of the city.
  • From Izmir and the surrounding area, a trip to the Cesme peninsula is highly recommended. With its white sandy beaches, crystal-clear water and picturesque villages, this little paradise will delight you. Whether in Cesme town with its magnificent old town or in the colourful alleys of Alacati, you will love it here!.

 

To see

  • The Saat Kulesi is the landmark of Izmir. The historic clock tower, built in 1901, is 25 m high and is located in Konak Square. The tower is designed in the style of traditional Ottoman architecture, whereby the clocks themselves were a gift from Kaiser Wilhelm II on the occasion of the sultan's 25th anniversary on the throne.
  • Just a few hundred metres further on, the Konak Pier awaits you. The historic customs building designed by Gustave Eiffel now houses an exclusive shopping centre, a cinema and several restaurants. From here you can enjoy a very special view of the bay and the city centre.
  • If you prefer to admire the city from above, there are two options to choose from: In 1907, a merchant donated a gigantic lift to the city. The Asansör once saved the residents of the higher-lying parts of the city the arduous journey up the steep hill via 115 steps. Today, the impressive tower is one of Izmir's best vantage points. From the fortress of Kalifekale, you also have a view of the entire bay, the harbour and the sea of houses in the city.

Important information

 

- Ramadan, the Muslim period of fasting. During this period, Muslims eat and drink nothing between sunrise and sunset. Consequently, some restaurants outside the hotels may remain closed, there may be less alcohol available. The entertainment programme may be limited at the Hotel but the restaurants will be well open.


- In all hotels, proper attire is required for dinner (trousers for men).

 

- Before 16.04 and from 01.11 reduced programme for the All Inclusive formula in all hotels in Turkey. 

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