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Think Turkey – Think Fantastic Beaches!

Think Turkey – Think Fantastic Beaches!

“With its crystal clear waters and endless blue skies Kusadasi is the ideal place to spend long sunny days lying on the beach,”writes Joan Scanlon, Head of Sales & Operations, Wings Abroad Holidays.“Whether your clients are looking for a secluded spot away from the crowds or a lively sandy covered haven perfect for families, the beaches of Kusadasi really do have something for everyone. THINK TURKEY-beaches

 

“Ladies Beach: Easily the most popular beach in Kusadasi, Ladies Beach features plenty of amenities such as changing rooms, sun beds, umbrellas and toilets. This beach is also lined with a number of bars, cafés and restaurants, making it the perfect location for watching the sun set while sipping on cocktails.

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“Long Beach: Lying 6km south of Kusadasi is Long Beach. This beach stretches for over 18km and is ideal for those who have an interest in water sports. One of Kusadasi’s three water parks, Aqua Center, is also located on Long Beach.

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“Kustur Beach: Take a dolmus (shared taxi) 5km north of Kusadasi and you will find Kustur Beach. Known for its cleanliness, this beach features both sand and pebbles and is ideal for those who are looking for something a little more tranquil.

“Downtown Beach: The only beach located within Kusadasi town itself, Downtown Beach is popular with families due to its convenient location. This beach is great for watching the magnificent cruise ships sail into Kusadasi Port and also offers a wonderful view of Pigeon Island.

National Park Beach:Although this is located 30km south of Kusadasi, the National Park beach is accessible by dolmus. With some of the cleanest waters is Kusadasi, this beach is lined with trees that are perfect for escaping the hot sun for a picnic.”

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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