We are renting out our traditional stone house in Alacati!
It is located in the historical center.
It has 2 floor. 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms upstairs, 1 bathroom (without shower), livingroom and kitchen downstairs + a very big green garden! It is very cosy!
All the furnitures are new.
No limits. All house is yours :)
Alaçatı is a village in Central Aegean, just east of Çeşme, on the peninsula jutting out into the Aegean Sea.
Local architecture: Perhaps the main attraction of the village, all of the village's old parts consist of very well preserved local Greek architecture of stone buildings lining cobbled streets.
Windsurfing: The cove of Alaçatı lies on the leeward side of this much windy peninsula in Turkey's western tip, which means lots of wind but no visible waves towards the coast perfect for windsurfing! There are some schools offering windsurfing training on the beach.
Buses departing from Izmir's otogar heading for Çeşme—the principal town of the peninsula—calls at Alaçatı. The buses are run by Çeşme Seyahat ((phone number hidden)]. ), with one and a half hour intervals between 06:30AM and 7:30PM during off-season, most likely more frequent during summer.
There are also minibuses (dolmuş) from Çeşme, and Ilıca every 15 - 30 minutes.
Alaçatı lies very close to O-31, a motorway (toll-road) with 3-lanes per direction linking Izmir with Çeşme. It takes around 45 minutes to get to the village from Izmir, which lies 72 km east of Alaçatı. A new dual carriageway / motorway is currently being built which connects directly with the marina/beaches in the south.
The village lies 8 km east of Çeşme.
The beach on the windsurfing cove, which lies about 2 km south of village, is connected to village centre by minibuses (dolmuş).
If you want to stay less than 7 days, you should pay the cleaning fee 40 eur at your arrival.
NO CLEANING FEE FOR RESERVATIONS 7 DAYS OR MORE!