Attractions

Fortress in Kuşadası

Kuşadası Castle

Kuşadası's small, picturesque Byzantine fortress stands on the causeway-connected Güvercin Adası (Pigeon Island) and has recently been renovated. A path leads around the island's eastern side with views of Kuşadası …
Beach in Kuşadası

Kadınlar Denizi

Kuşadası's most famous beach is Kadınlar Denizi (literally 'Ladies Sea'), south of town and served by dolmuşes running along the coastal road. Kadınlar Denizi is small and crowded with big hotels, but beachgoers lov…
Beach in Kuşadası

Kuşadası Town Beach

Kuşadası town's small artificial beach is eclipsed by Kadınlar Denizi, or 'Ladies Sea', some 2.5km south and served by regular dolmuşes down Güvercinada Caddesi. It's nice, but gets very crowded in summer with packa…
Mosque in Kuşadası

Kaleiçi Camii

The 'Old Town Mosque', built by Grand Vizier Öküz Mehmed Pașa in the 17th century, is the most impressive mosque in Kușadasi and can accommodate 550 worshippers.
Market in Kuşadası

Bazaar

Immediately in the line of sight of disembarking cruisers, the main bazaar area, which incorporates the Grand Bazaar and the Orient Bazaar, hawks 'genuine fake watches', leathery apparel, cheap jewellery and the lik…
Mosque in Kuşadası

Haci İbrahim Camii

This 17th-century mosque employs an unusual style of Ottoman architecture. The wooden ceiling of the rectangular structure is covered by roof tiles.
Architecture in Kuşadası

Monumental Arch

Brick Byzantine archway in the centre of town.
Monument in Kuşadası

Atatürk Monument

An enormous statue of the national hero overlooks Kuşadası from a hilltop to the west of the centre.