4 based on 57 reviews
This has been far my favourite attraction in Çeşme, it's like a hidden gem, very clear waters and beach, you must visit if you are in Çeşme for sure.
I have some advice for travellers they should take it into consideration when they visit Delikli koy.
There is no public transport so you have to hire a car.
There is also no shops so make sure you take plenty of water and food
There are lot of flies so bring a fly spray and spray all over yourself, you can buy personal fly sprays at most pharmacies and big supermarkets.
There is sandy beach but when you enter the sea it's mainly stones so bring slippers, I entered the sea with slippers then throw it to the beach once l am in the sea.
And please take back any rubbish you have as there are no facilities.
Enjoy Delikli koy you're going to love it.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
Artisan local wines of Gemici family. You can buy homemade jams & pastas, olive oil soap , olive oils, essantial oils,natural apple vinegars, pottery handcrafted,atelier ceramics
This is a great little shop with local delicacies and local wine. I bought some incredibly delicious homemade jams from here and a bottle of local wine. The wine was unfortunately off which was a disappointment as I lugged it all the way back to London. It's worth visiting for just the jams though!
4.5 based on 8 reviews
It is so fun to walk around here and see all the people in this lovely atmosphere! Of course it is the best place to take pictures as the views are amazing.
3.5 based on 34 reviews
3.5 based on 123 reviews
My wife and I went to the Zio beach club today - we had an 'interesting' experience. First, nobody speaks English at Zio - out of what has to be 50 staff not one person did. For example, the parking manager initially said 15TL per person, and then added our two person price to 100TL. His 15 was really 50... Also, we showed up at noon on a Sunday and ever single padded beach chair was 'reserved'. They pointed us to some pillows on the grass, so we acted like tourists and simply went to sit at the hotel pool nearby - which isn't supposed to be allowed but nobody seemed to care.
Don't get my wrong, Zio is likely the nicest beach club near Cesme, it has a lot of nice chairs and great views. Better than Paparazzi or a few around that area. The water is crystal clear but when walking in it watch out for the rocks. It's also on the windy side of the island, so beware your stuff will easily blow away.
So if you speak Turkish, have a reservation, and don't mind the 50TL/person entry fee, I expect Zio will be everything you want. If not, drive a few miles down the 1-lane road to the local free beach where there aren't any amenities but the same cool view and clear water.
4 based on 20 reviews
I went there with my husband and young daughter- they were not able to provide us w 3 seats in the shade ! When we asked why some places were empty in the pool area the answer was they are not- the occupants went to lunch - the occupants hadn't left a single trace behind by the way - the service is horrendous - servers beyond rude - if they think you won't drink like a fish they don't want you there - we simply hated the experience and felt horrible for having wasted a day there - sea is full of stones so forget about going in - my two cents don't bother
3.5 based on 13 reviews
4 based on 3 reviews
Eski yel değirmenleri alaçatının dar sokaklarının hemen girişinde sizi karşılıyor. alaçatının o güzel canlı sokaklarına tepeden bakarak çay içmek çok keyifli. değirmenler çok güzel görünüyor.
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