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Kusadasi, a beach resort town located on the western Aegean coast of Turkey, offers an ideal setting for a delightful vacation. This popular cruise ship destination, situated 90 kilometers south of Izmir, is renowned for its stunning beauty and proximity to numerous significant historical landmarks, such as Ephesus, the Temple of Artemis, the House of the Virgin Mary, and several other historical sites. Kusadasi boasts a typical Mediterranean climate, with balmy summers and mild winters, making it an attractive destination for tourists throughout the year. With 300 days of sunshine annually, visitors can enjoy a lengthy tourist season in this magnificent city.

WHY it is called Kusadasi (Pigeon Island) ?

One of the most common questions asked by both local and foreign tourists in Kuşadası is the origin of the city’s name. In the Middle Ages, Venice and Genoa referred to it as “Scalanova” (New Pier), but the name “Kuşadası” (Bird Island) is said to have originated from Güvercin Island, which is home to numerous bird nests.

Although the exact date and founder of Kuşadası is unknown, it is believed to have been established by the Ions in a place called Yılancı Burnu, near Kuşadası, under the name “Neopolis” of Ephesus. The city was later founded on the outskirts of Pilavtepe in a location called Andızkulesi. During this time, Venice and Genoa economically dominated these coasts, which belonged to the Byzantines. Küçükada served as an outpost protecting the coasts for the Byzantines. Güvercinada, which was an important military base for the city under the Venetians and the Ottomans, was restored in 1834 and its famous castle was constructed. The name “Kuşadası” comes from this castle.


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Kusadasi is an ancient city located in Turkey, believed to have been founded by the Lelegians and Carians who migrated from central Anatolia around 3000 BC. They established colonies in the area, including the cities of Ania and Melia on the slopes of Pilav Mountain. The mild climate and fertile land allowed them to cultivate essential products such as olive, grape, and fig, which they used for making oil, wine, and sweets.


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