Cesme Villa Rental

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5 Bedroom Cesme Beachfront Villa Sleeps 10
Rates: 250-880 EUR per night. Minimum Rental - 1 week.

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Seaside holiday villas cesme Cesme Beachfront Villa

Cesme Villa Rental

The vacation villas-rentals are 150 sqm big, and is surrounded by a 1000 sqm green grass garden. There are two big terraces, two balconies, roof terraces and a great sea view from all of the rooms. The holiday villas are located directly by the beach (50 meters). The beach is completely sandy. The holiday villas-rentals (houses) are 80 km away from the airport. Transfer, ROUND TRIP the airport is available. Rent one of our various models cars during your stay. Every hour, there is a minibus to Izmir and every half an hour, there is a minibus to Cesme centre. Near the vacation villa, there is an antique village (Erythrai) and four star hotel where you will find wonderful fish restaurants.

Nearest international airport: Adnan Menderes at 80 kilometres <br>Nearest beach: 50 metres <br>Nearest ferry port: Cesme Portside at 20 kilometres <br>Nearest railway station: izmir-basmane at 80 kilometres <br>Nearest motorway junction: Cesme Motorway at 20 kilometres <br>Car: not necessary <br>

1 TVs
Pet Friendly
Smoking Permitted
Washing Machine Only
BBQ Grill
Full Kitchen
Parking Available
Gas Fireplace
Internet Access
Linens Included
Double Bed.

Notes: AT OUR FURNISHED VACATION VILLA LOCATED NEXT TO THE SEA AND NEARBY THE ANCIENT ERYTHRAI (ILDIR) VILLA OF CESME YOU CAN: - Have a tranquil and peaceful holiday with your family, - Rent one of our varios models cars during your stay, - Use our transfer service round trip the airport, - Arrange daily historical or sight-seeing tours to different places you desire, - Transmit all your requirements to your house- owner speaking English or German. <br><br>
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Cesme Villa Rental

Basic price (for 1-4 person) is 550 € for high season (01 Jun -30 Sept), 350 € for mid-season (01 Apr - 31 May and 01. Oct - 30.Nov), 250 € for low-season (01 Dec. -31 Mar). For each additional person we charge 55 € for high season, 35 € for mid-season, 25 € for low-season. Meanwhile 35 Euro is added to rental price for final cleaning.

Pricing for Beachfront Villa in Cesme Turkey are quoted in Euro

Check in time 2 PM
Check out time 11 AM
Payment methods accepted:
Cancellation Policy: In case of cancellation on your part, the 30% downpayment will be forfeited

Should the guests decide to leave the villa earlier, they will not be entitled for a refund of the balance of the total amount of the rental

Deposit Required for Beachfront Villa : Upon arrival a deposit of 100 - € will be charged for possible damages and/or the loss of keys. On perfect and damage free redelivery of the house the deposit will be returned to the customer
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Cesme Aegean

Attractions and Activities of Cesme
our beachfront holiday villas are ideally placed to experience the Real Turkey, with the region offering a variety of activities to ensure you have an enjoyable holiday in Turkey.

Cesme is located in the west of Izmir. The name Cesme means fountain in Turkish. The name comes from the many springs around the area during the 18th and 19th centuries.It is one of the most popular holiday resorts in Turkey with its clean sandy blue sea, fish restaurants and lovely climate

Climate: The region of Cesme has a typical Mediterranean climate. The summer season begins in April and continues until the end of October with hot sunny days. Unlike other Turkish resorts, the region of Cesme benefits from the cooling Imbat breeze which blows off the Aegean Sea and is renowned for its clean, cool air, offering welcome relief from the heat of the sun even during the hottest months of July and August.

Local Way of Life: The local area offers a world of days gone by as the locals go about their daily chores. Watch the local fishermen selling their daily catch in the numerous fishing villages that dot the coastline, or farmers selling their produce at the local markets or on the roadside next to their fields.

CESME - an unforgettable insight into Turkey's cultural and historical heritage
Cesme is located on Turkey's western coast overlooking the Aegean Sea. Less than one hour's drive from Turkey's 3rd largest city of Izmir, Cesme is the ideal location for a combined beach and sightseeing holiday with its crystal clear waters, sandy beaches, fantastic climate and nearby historical gems. Cesme is easily reached by local mini buses called 'Dolmus', which offer a colourful insight into the Turkish way of travelling.

Cesme (pronounced as chesh-ma) means fountain in Turkish, and comes from the many springs that were built in the area during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Cesme has a long history which is evident from the Genoese Castle situated in the centre of town that dates from the 14th century. Next to the castle is the Caravanserai added in the 16th Century.

the Caravanserai

The Castle now houses an exhibition centre, restaurant and bar, whilst the Caravanserai is a hotel and restaurant where you can have a meal or drink whilst soaking up the ambience of the castle and its surroundings.

Take a stroll in Cesme
During the high summer season the main shopping area is pedestrianised, allowing you to wander freely between the shops, restaurants and bars.

In the town centre you can find a good selection of carpets, leather goods and souvenirs, which if you decide to buy you can practice your haggling skills. If you feel adventurous, you can explore the maze of side streets to examine Cesme's historic architecture, and witness the daily activities of the local Turkish people.

When dusk falls, Cesme becomes the place to be seen with its 'cafe culture', as both tourists and locals take a leisurely stroll with their family and friends to enjoy the cool evening air.

It is possible to undertake most sporting activities in the area, especially sailing, kitesurfing, windsurfing and scuba diving as the area boasts several schools due to the excellent location for these sports. We can advise you how to book these activities on your arrival, or you can contact us for more information prior to departure. Pre booking is advisable during the busy months of July and August, to ensure that you will not be disappointed.

Our beachfront vacation villas are located only 15-30 minutes away of the ilica beach, Pirlanta beach, Altinkum beach , surfcenter-surf paradise Alacati and another places .

Cruise the Aegean Sea
On Cesme's waterfront, you are able to book daily boat trips to the nearby islands. The most popular day trip is to "Donkey Island" which includes stops for refreshing swimming breaks and a meal at lunch time. You can also charter your own boat, which if you are in a large group can be comparable in price to an organised tour from the sea front. Chartering a boat (usually a Turkish Wooden sailing boat called a Gulet) will allow you to cruise the Aegean at your own pace and make you feel really special as you cruise around the coastline on your private gulet.

The Greek island of Chios, is easily reached from Cesme. You can take a day trip by ferry to explore this unique island to visit places of interest such as Chios town, or you can escape to the various picturesque villages and beaches.

Local Beaches
Cesme's Peninsular offers a number of clean sandy beaches and secluded bays for swimming, sunbathing or for participating in a number of water sports activities. A number of the beaches have been awarded blue flag status and are cleaned daily in the height of the summer season.

Ilica is famous for its white sandy beach and turquoise blue waters, which are comparable to the Caribbean, only much closer to home!

Ilica is a popular tourist location due to the hot thermal waters that effervesce under the sea. The sea in this area is both safe and shallow, and ideal for families.

Along the beach are a selection of restaurants, cafes and bars.
Turkey's Treasures
If you wish to experience Turkey's cultural, historical and natural wonders you will enjoy a visit to any of the following places which are all within easy reach of the villas.

Ciftlikkoy also known as Ciftlik, is a typical Aegean fishing village and is a natural wonder with its beautiful sandy beaches and crystal clear waters of Altinkum, Pirlanta and Tursite. In the village you can visit the harbour to buy freshly caught fish, or sit and have a drink at the local restaurants, from which you can watch the local fishermen at work or look out to sea, across to the Greek island of Chios.

Dalyan is a small fishing village 4km north of Cesme, and has some of the region's best fish restaurants which border the quay of the lively marina. If you love seafood, you should try to have dinner at one of Dalyan's restaurants at least one night during your stay.

Thermal Springs of Ilica and Sifne: It is said that the thermal spring waters of Ilica and Sifne offer health benefits to the sufferers of rheumatism, gout, skin diseases and various other ailments, due to the minerals in the thermal waters. At Sifne, the thermal spa complex has a mud bath for the treatment of eczema, psoriasis and other skin disorders.

Alacati: popular for windsurfing and sailing is a typical Aegean town. You can experience the Turkey of years gone by with its natural harbour, cobblestone streets and historic windmills dotting the hillside. Saturday, the day of the local market is a good day to visit Alacati, when you can witness an array of locally produced goods on offer at incredibly low prices. Smell and taste the deliciously fresh fruit and vegetables and buy the latest fake 'designer' clothes. Or if you just like to take it easy, have a relaxing drink in the town square and watch the world go by.

Ildiri, a quiet seaside village 20 km. northeast of Çesme, was ancient Erythrai. Excavations here have shown that the site has been settled since the early bronze age, and as a result the area around the village of Ildiri has been declared a national heritage site. The walls around the ancient city are still standing and Hellenistic period floor mosaics of exceptional beauty can still be seen in one of the buildings. Excavations have also revealed a temple of Athena Statues, jewelry and other finds from the city are exhibited in Izmir Museum. Those who climb up to the Acropolis at dusk are rewarded with beautiful views as the sun sinks over the bay and islands

Izmir, is a cosmopolitan and lively city, hosting several International Arts and Music Festivals throughout the year. Known in Turkey as "Beautiful Izmir", the port of Izmir, offers a Mediterranean feel with its palm-lined promenades stretching the shoreline. A day trip to Izmir is ideal if you wish to shop or visit the local museums.

Historical Sites

Ephesus, (Efes) is Turkey's most visited ancient site.

Today you can clearly see the remains of this empire with its city hall, houses, shops and streets, allowing you to experience what life was like in the times of the Greeks and the Romans.

Founded in the 10th century BC by the Ionian Greeks, the ancient capital of Ephesus flourished between 600 BC and 500 AD. Once with a population of 300,000, Ephesus became the biggest centre of the trade road that was from Asia to Europe.

Selcuk, is a pretty town famous for both its historical richness and its superb natural location. Sites of historical interest in the area are the city of St. John, the citadel, the Basilica of St. John and the archaeological museum of Selcuk. For shoppers, Selcuk offers a selection of charming boutiques and colourful bazaars situated in the picturesque narrow, winding streets of the town.

Sirince, north of Selcuk, attracts visitors with its spectacular mountain views and distinctive white houses set against the lush green hillside of olive and fig tress. Sirince owes its uniqueness to the Greek community that lived here until 1924, when the population exchanges between Greece and Turkey took place.
Pergamum, now known as Bergama , was once the capital city of Hellenistic kingdom which became powerful and rich during the reign of the King Attalus I and the King Eumenes II when it aimed, and eventually became allies with Rome. Steeped in cultural heritage, Pergamum was home to the Romans, Arabs, Byzantine and the Turks. Today, the stature and views commanded by the Acropolis ensure that this is the highlight of a visit to Pergamum.

Map of Are

Cesme Local Attractions
Restaurants 1-5 Miles Nightlife 5-10 Miles
Museums 5-10 Miles Fishing - Other Under 1 Mile
Castle 10-20 Miles Beach Under 1 Mile
Swimming Under 1 Mile

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