Welcome to Kirazlı

With fewer than 1000 inhabitants, Kirazlı has retained its agricultural ways, but the arrival of tourists and foreign home-buyers has caused a rethink; Kirazlı now plays up its organic produce, sold at a Sunday farmers market. Another draw is the Yedi Bilgeler Vineyards, which can be visited.

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Kirazlı activities

$256.09 Shore Excursions

Turkish Villages and Local Life

After a scenic short drive, you will arrive in Kirazli, is located in a small valley surrounded by small hills with pine forests, olive and fig groves and fertile farming lands where organic farming has been made since 1994. You will able to sit in a shaded village coffee house for a Turkish tea or Turkish coffee. And then you will have chance visit to village mosque to learn some basics of Islam and practises by locals. Walk in the little tiny streets and meet locals. Then you will continue to Camlık Village nearby to visit one of the biggest Steam Train Museums in Turkey. Afterwards drive to Sirince, is a former Greek Village; being famous with wine houses, olive oils, organic vegetables and fruits. You will have free time(1 hour) to have something to eat from local cuisine and discover the village on your own pace. On return have a brief stop to see educational presentation for famous Turkish Carpets.

$243.29 Multi-day & Extended Tours

Private Aegean Villages Tour: Kirazli, Camlik, and Sirince

After pickup from your Kusadasi hotel, Kusadasi cruise port, or Izmir airport, enjoy a scenic drive inland by minivan to Kirazli, a rustic Aegean village known as the ‘Cherry Village’ for its abundance of cherry tree orchards.Along the way, let your guide know if there’s anything you want to see more of less of. As your tour is private, the itinerary is flexible and can be customized to suit you.Stop at Kirazli and explore the small local valley, surrounded by rolling hills covered in cherry, fig, and olive groves, pine forests, and fertile farmland. Head into a local coffee house to relax over a Turkish tea or coffee, and visit the village mosque to observe the everyday customs and culture of the villagers.Stroll through the backstreets and different neighborhoods, and interact with the locals to learn about their daily lives.Next, continue to Camlık, a village famous for its Steam Train Museum, one of the biggest in Turkey. If you wish, visit the museum (own expense) to see its outdoor displays of steam engines.Journey onward to Sirince, a former Greek village famous for its wine houses, olive oils, and organic vegetables and fruits. Enjoy free time to have lunch (own expense) and discover the village at your own pace.Finally, stop for an educational presentation on Turkey’s famous carpets before your tour ends with a drop-off at your Kusadasi hotel, Kusadasi cruise port, or Izmir airport.