About Alaçatı

Information about Alaçatı

Alaçatı is a charming old Greek town located on Turkey’s Cesme peninsular. Alaçatı’s cobbled streets are lined with historic stone houses, tavernas and trendy bars. Shops and boutiques sell local crafts, jewellery and antiques; while the village square is filled with market stalls and open-air cafes.

After dark there are nightspots to suit all tastes, from friendly tavernas to slick cocktail bars, with nightclubs and beach bars open until dawn nearby. Alaçatı is known for its atmospheric boutique hotels – which are some of the best in the country – and its classy restaurants and bars are popular with Turkish celebrities during the summer months.

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In summer, Alaçatı attracts mainly Turkish tourists and a small but growing number of European visitors too. You won’t find any foreign package tourists like the Turkish resorts further south. Alaçatı remains largely unknown in Britain and Europe, so it’s the perfect place for kiteboarders looking for a real Turkish experience. Outside the main holiday months, the pace of life is slow and Alacati reverts to being a sleepy Turkish town.

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There are many interesting sights and great beaches nearby on the Cesme peninsularand plenty of other things to do.

 

How to get to Alaçatı?

Alacati is on the Cesme peninsular 80 km west of the city of Izmir, which is the closest airport.