Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

By Fatima Turla April 7th, 2021 Posted in Asia Travel Blog, Destination, Travel Blog, Travel Guides No comments

Read our Alacati travel guide to help you have an idea with your next journey to this wonderful town in Turkey’s Çeşme Peninsula.

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]
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Amazing beaches, old stone houses, and winemaking are what to expect in Alacati. Due to the town’s Greek Orthodox history, it is considered as one of the most traditional towns in Turkey. Having unique stone houses, narrow streets, boutique hotels, windmills, etc., tourists would love exploring this place. So if you’re planning to go here, we made an Alacati travel guide to give you an idea of what you can do here.

Alacati Travel Guide: Places to Visit in Alacati, Turkey

1. Delikli Koyu

 

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One of the most untouched places of Alaçatı. The water is very clean and cool that it is ideal for swimming. But not only swimming, snorkeling in peace, and exploring the beauty of marine life or sunbathing is also not a problem here.

2. Alacati Yel Degirmenleri Parki

 

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These are windmills made of stone. Those people who come to Alacati can make a detour here to enjoy the view and take beautiful photos. Then you can walk down and start strolling through the alleys. It’s located right at the top of the city giving wonderful views. You can do all these in a few minutes. Unfortunately, you cannot go inside.

3. Gemici Winery

This is a family-run winery. It is possible to find all kinds of wine here since they have a vast array of wines, olive oil, and jams that you can choose from. These products are presented in an extremely stylish package. Wines are a bit pricey though but totally worth it.

4. Kirli Çiki Sanat Galerisi

 

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It’s a nice place where you may want to spend time on each piece. You’ll see magnificent works of art. A place where you will sip your coffee among the lively artworks. Art lovers or not, you’ll enjoy going here. Artistic objects you are looking for will definitely be in this gallery.

5. Oasis Aquapark

 

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If you’re traveling with kids, then this is a good place to visit. Oasis Aquapark has a calm suitable environment and the food in the restaurant tastes so good and available at a reasonable price. The area is large, there are pools and slides suitable for children, and a mini club.

Alacati Travel Guide: Sample Weekend Itinerary to Alacati, Turkey

Day 1 – Weekend Guide to Alacati, Turkey

Delikli Koyu – You can start your day by relaxing at Delikli Koyu. Swim, snorkel, or just admire the surroundings.

Alacati Yel Degirmenleri Parki – Take good photos here! Although going inside the windmill is not allowed, the view outside offers good photo opportunities.

Day 2 – Weekend Guide to Alacati, Turkey

Kirli Çiki Sanat Galerisi – Be stunned by amazing artworks you’ll see in this gallery. Don’t forget to bring your camera.

Oasis Aquapark – Have fun at Oasis Aquapark. Kids and adults would enjoy swimming here! Plus the good food that they offer.

Day 3 – Weekend Guide to Alacati, Turkey

Gemici Winery – End your tour by doing a wine tasting. Gemici Winery offers plenty of wines that keep tourists from coming back.

Alacati Travel Guide: Where to Stay in Alacati, Turkey

*All prices are subject to change.

Where to Stay in Alacati, Turkey if you’re a Backpacker

Perla Rossa Alacati

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

Perla Rossa Alacati features rooms with free WiFi in Alacati, ideally located 400 m from Pazaryeri. All rooms boast a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. The rooms are fitted with air conditioning, and some rooms have a balcony. Guests at Perla Rossa Alacati can enjoy a continental breakfast.

Price: Starts at $22 per night for Economy Double Room, includes taxes and charges, free breakfast, and free cancellation.

Fora Konak Alacati

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

Fora Konak Alacati offers elegantly decorated rooms with free WiFi. The hotel has an outdoor pool, a sun terrace, and a small green garden. All rooms include air conditioning, a work desk, and a wardrobe. The private bathrooms come with a bathtub or a shower.

Price: Starts at $24 per night for Double Room, includes taxes and charges, free breakfast, and free cancellation.

No Onbir Alacati

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

No Onbir Alacati has air-conditioned rooms and a small garden. It is just 3 km from Ilica Beach. The rooms at the property include a flat-screen TV, satellite channels, and free WiFi. All rooms have a private bathroom. It also offers breakfast service each morning.

Price: Starts at $39 per night for Double Room, includes taxes and charges, free breakfast, and free cancellation.

Where to Stay in Alacati, Turkey if you’re on a Budget

F&G BUTİK HOTEL

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

 

F&G BUTİK HOTEL is set in Alacati and offers accommodation with free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer, free toiletries, and bidet. A continental breakfast is available every morning.

Price: Starts at $45 per night for Economy Double Room – Loft, includes taxes and charges, free breakfast, and free cancellation.

Olimbera Hotel

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

Olimbera Hotel features a bar and free WiFi. Providing a garden, the property is located within 5 km of Erythrai Antique City. Rooms come with a TV with satellite channels. Their breakfast is available each morning and includes full English/Irish and halal options.

Price: Starts at $45 per night for Deluxe Triple Room, includes taxes and charges, free breakfast, and free cancellation.

Nobela Hotel

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

Nobela Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with a spa bath. Elegantly decorated, each room includes a flat-screen TV with satellite and cable channels, a refrigerator and a private bathroom. Some rooms also offer a balcony or a bay window.

Price: Starts at $62 per night for Standard Double or Twin Room, includes taxes and charges, free breakfast, and free cancellation.

Where to Stay in Alacati, Turkey if you want Luxury

Alacati VillaRenk

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

Alacati VillaRenk has modern rooms with soundproofing. All rooms include air conditioning, soundproofing, a safe box, and a TV. They also have a balcony. Free WiFi is available in the rooms. Alacati VillaRenk offers a traditional Turkish breakfast each morning with organic ingredients and homemade jams. There is also an à la carte restaurant serving meals from international cuisine.

Price: Starts at $214 per night for Deluxe Double Room, includes taxes and charges, free breakfast, and free cancellation.

Port Vista Alaçatı

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

Port Vista Alaçatı features a restaurant, seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a bar, and a garden in Alacati. The accommodation provides a 24-hour front desk and room service for guests. Guests can also enjoy a buffet breakfast. The nearest airport is Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport.

Price: Starts at $225 per night for Double Room with Garden View, includes taxes and charges, free breakfast, and free cancellation.

Sandal Alaçatı – Adult Only

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

Each room at Sandal Alaçatı – Adult Only is air-conditioned and comes with a flat-screen TV. Certain rooms have a seating area to relax in after a busy day. All rooms are equipped with a private bathroom. Extras include slippers, free toiletries, and a hairdryer. The hotel also offers car hire. Guests can benefit from the airport shuttle service arranged by the property, upon request, at a surcharge.

Price: Starts at $225 per night for Standard Twin Room, includes taxes and charges, free breakfast, and free cancellation.

Alacati Travel Guide: List of restaurants that you can try while in Alacati, Turkey

Katre Kahvalti

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

Serves Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine, Katre Kahvalti provides locally delicious dishes that tourists would enjoy.

Operating hours: 08:30 AM – 9:00 PM (Mon-Thu) / 08:30 AM – 11:00 PM (Fri-Sun)
Address: Yeni Mecidiye Mahallesi, Inonu Bulvari No: 77 Evliyagil Hotel by Katre, Alacati, Cesme 35930 Turkey

Babushka Alacati

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

At Babushka Alacati, diners would not only enjoy the tasty food but also experience the excellent service of the staff.

Operating hours: 09:00 AM – 00:00 AM (Sun-Fri) / 3:00 PM – 00:30 AM (Sat)
Address: Alaçatı Mah. Cumhuriyet Cad. No:38, Alacati, Cesme 35950 Turkey

Enginarre

Enginarre is the place to be if you’re craving for that home-cooked, traditional, and super tasty Turkish food.

Operating hours: 08:00 AM – 00:00 AM (Sun-Sat)
Address: Alaçatı Mah.12049 Sk. No:12, Alacati, Cesme 35950 Turkey

Kabak Cicegi

A restaurant run by an old couple, Kabak Cicegi serves traditional homemade Turkish food.

Operating hours: 8:00 PM – 00:00 AM (Sun-Sat)
Address: Alacati Mah 12001sokak Number 21/1, Alacati, Cesme 35930 Turkey

Fava

Travel Guide to Alacati, Turkey [with Sample Itinerary]

With plenty of food options, tourists can also enjoy vegetarian foods with a romantic and friendly atmosphere.

Operating hours: 12:00 AM – 11:30 PM (Sun-Sat)
Address: Kemalpasa Caddesi, No:108, Alacati, Cesme 35937 Turkey

And that’s our Alacati travel guide for you! We hope we’re able to give you enough insights about this city. Have you been here? Or are you planning to go here? Share with us your experience!

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Fatima Turla2Hi there! I’m Fatima. My first major travel was in 2016 in the beautiful city of Cebu. After that, I got interested in traveling. Now I enjoy learning languages and other country’s cultures. My goal is to visit at least one country each year and to share my experiences with other people through writing or blogging. Witness my journey by following me on Instagram.​

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Written by Fatima Turla

Fatima is a full-time writer of Two Monkeys Travel. Her first major trip was in 2016 and got really interested in traveling. She also enjoys learning languages and other country’s cultures. She has a goal to visit at least one country each year and share her experiences with other people through writing or blogging. Witness her journey by following her on Instagram.

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