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Cruises visiting Cesme & all Cesme cruises for  2020

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Cesme, on the west coast of Turkey, is a popular holiday and resort destination located on a promontory on the tip of a peninsula that carries the same name. The town itself is dominated by the medieval Cesme Castle, while the back streets of the old town with their old Ottoman and Greek houses that charm passers-by, are best seen by means of a casual stroll. South of the castle there is an Ottoman caravanserai - an inn built in 1528 especially for caravans - that has since been transformed into a lovely boutique hotel.

The region is famous not only for tourism and history, but also for surfing, fresh fruits, vineyards, and cheese. There are good beaches south of Cesme, and at nearby Ilica - also home to some thermal springs - that are easily reached by minibus. The main square has restaurants, cafes, and tea houses that supplement the few pleasant waterfront restaurants. Its small fortress, now restored as the local museum, looms over the square and provides historical and architectural background of the area. Check the Greek Orthodox church of Ayios Haralambos to see the current art exhibition.

Along with the historical attractions, visitors will enjoy local pleasures, such as a dip in the thermal baths followed by the culinary delights of native fruits, artisan cheeses and local wines. Aya Yorgi Bay with its delightful views also makes for a great visit. Sunday is market day in Cesme, but if you’re a day too early, then there’s the Saturday market in Alacati. The nationally known culinary specialties of Cesme include the distinctively flavoured 'mastic' resin harvested from the pistachia lentiscus tree and used in preparations such as jam, icecream and desserts, and even sauces. They are certainly worth tasting.

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