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A Spring Time Visit To Cesme To Relax and Discover The Aegean

If you plan to come to Turkey, you have lots of points such as Istanbul, Cappadocia, Antalya, Kusadasi, Konya etc.. These are all known from the Forums, guide books, articles etc.. But sometimes we miss the beauties , the hidden beauties.. Why I write this small article is just to inform that a harbour town called Cesme, located in Turkey, Aegean Region; 76Kms to the city of İzmir. Modern and Local style of architecture, narrow streets, Greek-Turkish houses, gardens, pubs, cafes and of course restaurants for fish especially.. :) If you like fish and wine or how about to try this time fish and Raki ( a Turkish alcoholic drink, maybe you will remember Uzo ; a Greek one.. Raki ; a Turkish one.. ) Take a walk on the relax side, blue waters, the sounds of waves, birds and a traditional Turkish breakfast ; olives, fresh tomatoes, cucember, kinds of cheese and also a must; Turkish Tea.. Would you like to keep on.. Why don't you keep on by yourself starting to discover .. Any detailed information you may need :)

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