Passengers travelling with ferry Kusadasi will arrive at a resort town on Turkey's Aegean coast, and the centre of the seaside district of the same name within Aydın Province. Situated along the Kusadasi gulf the city caters to tourists arriving by land, or from the port for cruise ship passengers heading to Ephesus. Visitors in Ephesus have the chance of exploring a site whose history began 3000 BC, and one of the most beautiful cities in ancient times, birthplace of the philosopher Heraditus and home to many civilizations over the years.
Ferry to and from Kusadasi
When arriving with the ferry to Kusadasi, passengers will debark in the newly renovated port which attracts luxury cruise liners from all over the world. They might want to visit the well-known beaches that the area of Kusadasi features. One of the beaches is in Dilek national park near Kusadasi, which is a natural beauty where tourists can enjoy walking and picnics and go swimming throughout the summer months. Before leaving with ferries from Kusadasi, passengers should visit the Fish Market in Kusadasi, which is on the right before coming to the port and where they can find the fresh catch of the day. There are many good fish restaurants where they can eat daily fresh fish and also cafes, shops and a fishing tools market. At the local fishers’ cafe with the nice sea view, they can enjoy Turkish tea and take in the atmosphere.
How to get to Kusadasi
Ferry routes Kusadasi include daily ferry services to the nearby Greek island of Samos. The area of Kusadasi has been a centre of art and culture since some of the earliest recorded history and is very popular with people who are interested in educational trips. Through Kusadasi ferry timetable, visitors can organize their visit, either to an ancient site, or to one of the beautiful resorts in order to enjoy their summer holidays.