Secret Seaside Alacati Turkey
Largely undiscovered Alacati is where many Turks, including national celebrities, spend their holidays to escape the more touristy scene in Bodrum.
The town is quiet by day when most visitors flock to the sandy beaches around Alacati but comes alive in the evenings, when its cobbled streets, outdoor cafés, antiques and souvenir shops buzz with locals and tourists.
Alaçatı is one of the most traditional towns in Turkey with stone houses, narrow streets, boutique hotels and restaurants with tables on the Streets.
We stay at the beautiful Boutique hotel La Vela Alacati a great place to discover the old town of Alacati. Lovely cozy clean place feels like home with beautiful colorful balcony`s and a great swim pool to relax, here you will find your inner peace.
Wake up enjoy the view over Alacati and enjoy your Turkish breakfast by the pool
Sleepy and unspoiled, with low mountains hovering on the horizon, a tranquil turquoise sea, and narrow cobbled streets lined with cozy outdoor cafés and restaurants, the charming port town of Alacati offers an idyllic seaside break on the Turkish Aegean coast. A unique place to fall in love. With its mild climate, a beautiful holiday destination throughout the whole year.
It was love first sight when we walked down Alacati’s main street towards the maze of narrow cobblestone streets with colourful doors and windows ,wander in and out of the art galleries and boutiques dotting the narrow streets, or chat over wine and luscious plates of meze at the numerous hip restaurants along the main drag.
Things to do Alacati:
Discover the old center of Alacati
Relax on the many beaches with crystal clear water
Fishing tours with boat
From Çeşme harbour daily boat and yachttours
Day trip to Chios (Greece)
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