Hotel Class Kusadasi

Yali Cad No 38, Altinkum, Izmir, 09270, Turkey
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selcuk, sirinye, kusadasi for visiting ephesus

by nicolaitan

Internet research suggests that for visiting ephesus, selcuk is the closest and nicest place to stay or perhaps the smaller village of sirinye. Your opinions on these three places and perhaps a choice of the best hotels in selcuk and sirinye.

Also, are ATM machines available readily in the smaller villages? Thank you.

Re: selcuk, sirinye, kusadasi for visiting ephesus

by ruffen

I'v stayed 8 days in Selcuk. Spendt one afternoon/evening in Sirince.
There was plenty of ATM in Selcuk. Do not think there are in Sirince.
Do stay in Sirince! It is totaly difrent, and much cooler/chillier ;)
Normally the dolmus goes often during daytime until ca 20:00 = you have to leave early from Sirince to go to Selcuk (8km) or Kusadasi (+18km more).
I went to Efesus during the hottest day and survived fine there for hours. I did bring a bottle of water with me, but there was also a litle kiosk half way through Efesus.
Most of the dolmus' goes up the 1 km detour from main road to Efesus main gate.
Wherever you stay in Selcuk will be central/wakable even in hot weather. I stayed at a litle pansyon.

Re: selcuk, sirinye, kusadasi for visiting ephesus

by wwroam

I only stayed 1 night in Selcuk, staying at the Hotel Kalehan which I would recommend. I had dinner in Sirince and if I could find a good hotel there, I would recommend staying overnight there instead.

Re: selcuk, sirinye, kusadasi for visiting ephesus

by Sirvictor

Selcuk is on a fertile plain. Sirince is on a side of a green and woody hill.Sirince is famous because of the table wine. July, August and September is very warm in Turkey. Dont drink too much wine.

Re: selcuk, sirinye, kusadasi for visiting ephesus

by ruffen

LOL @ Sirvictor.
I forgot that you can get very very "dissy" while walking through the center and testing all those diffrent fruit vines :o)
Yes - most shops are vine "bodegas" who serve test-drinks.

Re: selcuk, sirinye, kusadasi for visiting ephesus

by Lyndra

Hi there,
Sirince is a gorgeous village and has some fantasic houses that date back a few hundred years. There are some small places to stay and places to eat but Selcuk has more for the travellers needs I think (and the museum of Ephesian artefacts which is very cool). I would stay in Selcuk and visit Sirince. If you need more than that there is always Kusadasi to stay and Dolmus around the area :o)

Re: selcuk, sirinye, kusadasi for visiting ephesus

by albaaust

Hi again...and hullo to Tosun..have not put my tips up yet about Selcuk. What sort of Hotel do you want to stay in? We stayed in a budget-mid range Hotel called the Hotel Bella. The owner was very friendly..he picked us up from the bus station and also provided a free shuttle service to Ephesus and Sirince. Breakfast in their roof terrace was outstanding. The hotel was within walking distance to the main street. Go to the webpage:

Re: selcuk, sirinye, kusadasi for visiting ephesus

by Sirvictor

Hello Alice, bad news! I will have a serious serial of eye operations next week. I am not sure I will be writing and reading any more. Doctors say I can see but not read. Please tell my best wishes to your Husband the movie actor "R.Scott"

Travel Tips for Kusadasi

Sun and sailing.

by Monique_T

What I really enjoyed was going on a boat and just relax in the sun. It is very popular to do that when you are a tourist in Kusadasi. It is not that expensive and you are out all day long. They have a bbq on board so that is nice. They make a stop somewhere and you can go for a swim or whatever you want. But be sure to use sunlotion as you get burned easily on a boat. What I miss the most..guess that is the good weather. Always sun and it is nice to get a tan.


by whitecliff62 about ALI BABA SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

This is one of the refridgerated displays of fish on offer at the Ali baba restaurant, choose from Tiger prawns, sea bass, mullet, lobster, squid, and loads more, the worlds your oyster, they got those too hahahaha.

Turkey without the tinsel...

by debtravers

"Kusadasi - Bird Island..."

named at the time of the Ottomans, Kusadasi is a biggish town on the south-west coast on the Aegean coast and is a good base for exploring the area....plenty of cheap restaurants and bars where children also are made especially welcome. Our kids were younger when we visited and they loved it here. ....There is a very good market - caravanserai - selling anything and HAVE to haggle, part of the fun, just remember to keep smiling and not take it too seriously. Be prepared to be hassled by the stallholders too esp if you're a western woman...just keep yr cool, be polite, firm and KEEP SMILING!! Remember as westerners travelling, we are rich and we should spread it around a little....

"A step back in time..."

Epheseus, or rather the ruins of Epheseus, is only a dolmus (local bus) ride from Kusadasi. Best to get there early before the coach tour groups arrive and just wander. You really need a whole day there to do it justice. I'm not really into spending hours appreciating ancient cities on roasting hot days but this city was the exception...Fascinating stuff. Take a bottle of water too, we were there in May and it was HOT! Also there is no such thing as handrails for the Health & Safety conscious so you have to watch your step! Steep drop-offs so if you have kids with you bear it in mind you'll need eyes in the back of yr head even more than usual....


Kusadasi is a big port town so you get the cruise ships docking and everyone spilling out and into the markets to spend their readies..... so avoid the market at this time needless to say! At least after a couple of hours they all pile back onto their ships and sail off again! Some of the nearby shops even had their goods priced in american dollars for the cruisers ultimate convenience! Shops and the market stay open until at least 10pm so a spot of evening shopping was great, cooler too once the heat of the day has passed a little..


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