It is a coastal town located in the west of İzmir province. It is surrounded by Urla from the east, Karaburun from the north, and the Aegean Sea from the west and south. Its height above sea level is 5 meters. Its area is 260 km². It is one of the twelve Ionian colonies in history. Although it makes it easy to reach every part of Çeşme, the minibuses, which are the backbone of public transportation, can be quite crowded in the summer period. Therefore, if you have a budget, you can choose the option of renting a car for transportation to explore the beauties of the district more freely. When you are hungry while traveling within your travel route, do not forget to eat Çeşme's famous kumru, taste gummy ice cream and cookies at Kumrucu Şevki.
Cesme is a district that draws attention with its proximity and sparkling sea compared to many holiday destinations. A holiday with a lover can be very enjoyable in Çeşme, which hosts many domestic and foreign tourists, especially with the popularity of Alaçatı in recent years. The main beaches of Çeşme are; Ilica Beach, Aya Yorgi Bay, Altinkum Beach, Diamond Beach, Dalyan Beach
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Located close to Cumhuriyet Square in the town center, Çeşme Castle was built in 1508 when Bayezid II was on the throne. You can include the Ottoman structure, which welcomes its visitors with the statue of Kaptan-ı Derya Hasan Pasha in front of its main gate, to your list of places to visit in Çeşme due to its magnificent architecture and panoramic view. In addition to these, there is the Çeşme Museum, which was opened in 1965 to display the weapons brought from the Topkapı Palace. Today, historical artifacts brought from Erythrai Ancient City are exhibited in the museum instead of weapons.