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Still lovely weather, 25c in October but the beach is deserted and it's a huge sandy beach with a very gradual slope into the sea which looks safe for kids. Clean where the hotels and beach cafe and sunbeds are. Seems to be plenty of...More
Many beaches around here have pebbles but this beach is sandy.
When we visited in late September, we had the beach largely to ourselves for the morning. Parking was easy. In the afternoon it was busier but still very empty. It is a large beach....More
One of the best beaches of Çeşme.There are 8 gates to the beach.The variations of blue and green colours of water is fantastic.Çeşme is a source of thermal water too.Therefore you can feel hot water coming from the bottom of sea.The sand on the beach...More
We first came to this beach as it was the closest to Alacati, where we were staying, and liked it so much that we didn't bother checking out any other beaches. The beach is sandy, as well as the sea-bed, and the water is beautifully...More
What a beautiful sandy beach. Sand so thin and nice. Water is so clean and nice to swim. My girlfriend loved this beach, we will come back next year. And definitely come to September not really crowded.
5 * beach.
We wanted to spend the day on the beach near alacati, the reviews for the beach clubs was dismal so we drove a few kilometres to ilaca. At the far end of the beach was a cafe with a small beach with free loungers and...More
Cesme it's little city but seaside is wonderful.
Clean sand and blue sea.
If You are not staying in the hotel it is not well organised and the knowledge of Turkish needed.
Anyway hospital people will help You.
Take time to visit the castle close...More
From what we could tell staying at the western end of ilica beach there was not much access to a public beach. The nearest we could find was immediately west of the Sheraton hotel. This proved shallow and dirty. Guess they couldn't do much about...More
If you will be in Izmir, the best way to get to Ilica is by bus. The buses to Alacati, Ilica and Cesme leave from Fahretin Altay (it is easy to get there via metro). They are large tour buses labeled "Cesme Sayahat," and... More
If you will be in Izmir, the best way to get to Ilica is by bus. The buses to Alacati, Ilica and Cesme leave from Fahretin Altay (it is easy to get there via metro). They are large tour buses labeled "Cesme Sayahat," and they leave about every 15 minutes. It takes about an hour to reach Ilica. It costs 13TL one way but is very comfortable. If you tell them where you are going they will help make sure you get off at the right spot. For this beach, we got off at the Ilica Otogar/Migros and walked down to the waterfront. It's pretty easy to access. If you have any other questions feel free to message me.