Tourists travelling with ferry Çeşme, will arrive at a coastal town and the administrative centre of the district of the same name in Turkey's westernmost end. The town is situated on a peninsula which also carries the same name and is a popular holiday resort. The name "Çeşme" means "fountain", possibly given to the town because of the many fountains in the city. Çeşme has grown to become one of Turkey's most prominent centres of international tourism. A lot of hotels, marinas, clubs, restaurants and other facilities for visitors are found in Çeşme centre and in its surrounding towns and villages.
Ferry to and from Çeşme
Passengers coming with the ferry to Çeşme might want to enjoy windsurfing. Cesme is known as the windsurfing and kite-surfing capital of Turkey, and the third best surfing resort in the world. Most of the surfing schools are located in Alacati where surf festivals take place every year. The beaches in Çeşme are also very popular. They attract thousands of tourists annually. Before leaving with ferries from Çeşme, visitors should explore the city itself. The main square has restaurants, cafes, tea houses, and nice sunset views of the Aegean Sea.
How to get to Çeşme
Ferry routes Çeşme connect the port with the Greek island of Chios. There are daily crossings in the summer from Çeşme to Chios and from Chios to Çeşme. At their arrival passengers will see the fortress of the town, looming over the square and providing much historical information and architectural character. The fortress has been restored and now hosts the local museum. Through Çeşme ferry timetable, it is possible to plan and organize your trip to Turkey and to benefit from everything Çeşme has to offer.