When the city was built in the 16th century, it had three gates and was surrounded by caravansaries and city walls.
Due to its geographical location, the province of Kuşadası hosted numerous civilizations, each of which left its own mark in the region.
Culinary scholars, experts and eaters agree: the food culture in Kuşadası is spectacular.
In Kuşadası, the salty scent of the sea and the fragrance of olive trees permeate the air. When visiting this olive paradise, it is almost mandatory to observe the olive harvest and go to an olive oil factory.
The sounds of water, splashing and happy children are all around in Adaland. The water park offers slides and pools, rafting and swimming, in an area surrounded by nature.
10 vibes for Kuşadası
Visit Güvercinada Castle and Öküz Mehmet Paşa Caravanserai. In your tour of the city, first visit Güvercinada Castle, the symbol of Kuşadası, and then the Caravanserai, with its striking architecture.