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The average temperatures in Kusadasi are between 13°-18° in the winter and 25°-36° during the summer months, giving the resort that all year round appeal to holiday makers. As for the sandy beaches in Kusadasi, you are spoilt for choice, with the local beach being the nearest, although Kadinlar Beach, just a short dolmus ride away is nicer and the smaller Green Beach, with shaded palm trees is very pretty.
The Grand Bazaar in Kusadasi, near the harbour, is one of Turkey's largest shopping areas, packed with 1,000 or more shops and stalls open every day from 9am until midnight. When it comes to eating, Kusadasi has restaurants, cafes, fast food outlets and lokantas offering all sorts of international cuisine and local dishes, as well as plenty of bars and nightclubs to keep you partying well into the evening.
On the beaches there are numerous `beach clubs` enabling you to try your hand at a wide variety of water sports, and as in all resorts in Turkey, getting around is cheap and easy, with dolmus buses everywhere to jump on and off.
Kusadasi is approximately 120 minutes from Bodrum Airport - 120km (75 miles).Kusadasi is approxima
Ideal for Couples
Couples enjoy Kusadasi due to an array of beaches and shops to choose from during the day and loads of nightlife to keep you occupied throughout the evening.
Great for Families
There are 3 excellent water parks easily accessible from kusadasi, shops galore and a good number of beaches to choose from to ensure the kids have a wonderful holiday.
Nights in Kusadasi are full of action, especially along the resort`s pulsating Bar Street in the old town centre, packed with pubs and clubs. One of the favourite haunts is the huge open air disco, Ecstasy Bar, featuring top European DJs. Jimmy's Irish Bar is a popular gathering place for young Brits. Those looking for something more laid back will find cabaret bars, Turkish folk taverns, or funky jazz clubs tucked away.
Try the wonderful Turkish cuisine and the many seafood dishes, or the vast array of international cuisine, from English and Indian to Chinese and burgers. Renowned as one of the best seafood restaurants in Kusadasi is the Cinar Fish Restaurant, where guests can watch their meal prepared in the open kitchen and dine with a view of the sea. The best Turkish establishments are the Konyali Restaurant opposite the marina and the Erzincan.
There are many great beaches in and around Kusadasi to choose from, with the ones outside the resort just a short dolmus ride away.
The Grand Bazaar in Kusadasi is the place to `shop till you drop`, with over a 1000 stalls to choose from and practice your haggling skills over items such as carpets, hand-made jewellery, carpets, sandals, leather goods and pottery.
Great Water Sports
The `beach clubs` are on hand to offer you banana boat rides, windsurfing, paragliding, jet skiing and a variety of assorted boat trips.
11 miles north-east of kusadasi are the 2,000 year old Ephesus ruins, the Roman capital of Asia, as well as the Ephesus Archaeological Museum. Also worth a visit are the Ionian settlements of Priene, Miletus and Didyma. A bit further a field from Kusadasi are the incredible white, calcified waterfalls of Pamukkale, one of Turkey`s most beautiful natural sites