Ayios Haralambos Church
North of Çeşme Fortress, this imposing but redundant 19th-century Greek Orthodox church, fully restored in 2012, is used for temporary...
This Genoese fortress, whose dramatic walls dominate the town centre, was built in 1508 and repaired by Sultan Beyazıt II, son of Sultan...
Statue of Cezayirli Gazi Hasan Paşa
With its back to the fortress and facing the sea is this statue of the great Ottoman admiral (1714–90), who was sold into slavery but...
This self-proclaimed amicable hang-out must be just that as it attracts both locals and members of the wafer-thin community of expats....
Run by a local sporting identity, this is a friendly, straight-up kebap joint with delicious, healthy side dishes.
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Lonely Planet review
Çeşme’s first restaurant, which opened back in 1953, is set in a bamboo-roofed atrium with a fountain and plants. It’s famous locally for its traditional, high-quality Turkish food, including stews.