Izmir self-catering holiday accommodation is located in and near a city on Turkey’s Aegean Coast. Here you’ll be able to discover an area steeped in ancient history, with a coastline that boasts countless pristine beaches that are perfect for families. There are a hosty of beaches within minutes of Izmir self-catering cottages – Urla, Seferihisar, Foca and Dikili are the most prominent. Dikili offers a long sandy bay with a backdrop of olive groves, pine forests and a handful of interesting historical sites. One of the essential attractions close to Izmir self-catering villas is the ancient city of Ephesus, featuring wonderfully preserved ruins from Hellenic and Roman eras, including a theatre, library and numerous temples. During a holiday at an Izmir self-catering apartment it would be well worth exploring this bustling modern city. The Kordon is popular among visitors – it’s a long waterfront promenade flanked by apartment blocks on one side and the sparkling Aegean Sea on the other. Also a must see for visitors to Izmir holiday homes is the Kemeralti, the city’s bazaar, which is a great place to sample the traditional Turkish shopping experience. If you’re a keen golfer there are a host of courses in the region around Izmir self-catering holiday accommodation. Kusadasi and the Vita Park Golf Resort are two of the most prominent, with the latter designed in the style of a Scottish links course.
Weather Izmir self-catering chalets are in a region that gets very warm summers, with plenty of sunshine and high temperatures starting as early as May and lasting until October.
Best Time to Visit Izmir self-catering holiday rentals are ideal for a getaway in mid-summer, when the weather is glorious and there are a host of fun-packed activities available at the many blue flag beaches nearby.
Reaching Izmir The wider province around Izmir self-catering holiday homes, villas and apartments is served by the Adnan Menderes Airport (ADB), with regular flights to a number of cities across Europe.