Discover Cosmopolitan Çesme on a Custom Private Tour
Discover cosmopolitan Çesme on a custom private tour, unlike many other resort towns in this region, Çeşme has retained a local charm, population and culture. It's long stunning seafront promenade, and glistening white sandy beaches are perfect for a relaxing day in the sun.
Many locals from Izmir look at Çesme like their second home and perfect top holiday destination. Known primarily for its 18-mile long gorgeous coastline with beaches and hot springs, many Çeşme private tours are available and have always been popular with locals and tourists alike.
Despite rapid and often large unsightly development, the town retains its unique rural elegance and loveable charm. There are a lot of great shopping, watersports, boating and sightseeing tours from Çesme to the Izmir, Ozdere and Alacati.
Çeşme Custom Tours to the Gorgeous Coastline and Hot Springs
Take a private tour of Ilica and visit Cesme's most valuable natural resources, the geothermal hot springs. This is an entirely natural resource, and its health benefits are very unique.
Locals have been making the most of the spring for many years and swear by their ability to easy specific ailments. Çesme is now becoming known as a year-round destination for health tourism due to the popularity of the hot springs as well as the relaxed atmosphere and overall beauty of the area.
Top Attractions in Çesme
Travel Tips for Cesme
If you are interested in archaeological sightseeing tours, then travel from Mid March to October, and early November is the best times. The intense sun is not beating down on your head as much, and this can be dangerous to some causing dehydration and sun stroke. It is also cheaper these months and the winter months. Flights and accommodation prices increase during June to August.
During peak season, the average amount of money needed per day for 3-star food, accommodation and excursions would be about $225.00 per person. It is a lot less during the off season. These are guideline rates, there are cheaper or more expensive hotels and restaurants, so how much you want to spend will all depend on your budget. The public transport in the area is very cheap.
Research your destination thoroughly, before entering Turkey, check if you will need a visa, if you do, these are easily attained online. Turkey has two major religious holidays during the year, and many places are closed. However as tourism is crucial here, most tourist attractions including Ephesus remain open, they are just extra busy. Weather in July and August are the hottest so be protected.
The weeks of July and August are the hottest in Turkey with temperatures rising above 33 degrees Celsius and virtually no rain. June and September have temperatures around 30 degrees Celsius, April, May and October’s temperatures from 22-27 degrees Celsius. January, February, December are the coldest months with temperatures around 14 degrees Celsius and a good bit of rain.