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Kusadasi and Izmir cruise ports are your gateway to Ephesus, a city created by the Ionians in the 11th century B.C.

Our aim is to provide the visitor to Ephesus a unique cultural based tour experience with a professional English speaking guide and our comfortable and private vehicles.

ADVANTAGES OF OUR PRIVATE SHORE EXCURSIONS
A private shore excursion has a number of advantages over a group or bus tour – number one is the freedom to choose how you spend your day ashore. You can work with us to create a tailor-made tour program, or select from one of our high quality shore excursion programs.

Some other great reasons to book a shore excursion include:
• It’s a private tour for you, so you won’t be shepherded around in a large group
• Your shore excursion will be tailored to your interests
• Your own private guide means you can ask anything you want, whenever you want – it’s a great
   chance to learn about Turkish Culture
• You can make the most of your time ashore by choosing your tour start and finish times
• More time and more opportunities to interact with local people
• No wasting time queuing for tickets – everything is organised for you.

 

 

The port of Kusadasi is right in the downtown area. It is an easy walk into the shopping area, as well as over to Goveroin Ada (or Pidgeon Island) and the beaches beyond.

Kusadasi is a smaller resort city residing on a beautiful bay that is one of the most beautiful. With a population of over 50,000 full time residents, Kusadasi offers excellent shopping, wonderful beaches and access to some of the most fabulous ruins in the world. There is much to see and do here.

 
You will end up at Alcansak, a rather industrial-looking pier area. There are a several stores and a post office in the cruise terminal.

Izmir's been ruled by an Amazon queen, relocated and re-established following a dream by Alexander the Great, and thereafter razed, controlled, razed, controlled by Romans, Arabs, Selcuk Turks, Byzantines, Ottomans and modern Greeks before finally being reclaimed by the Turks, who drove out the Greek army in a bloody battle that left the city once more in ashes.