The address for those looking for serenity during their vacation Özdere – Turkey

421677_170780446374872_1857988388_n 421917_170778736375043_720934545_n 422588_170779263041657_1055235711_nÖzdere is a cute borough with 22 km shoreline, magnificent bays, golden beaches and greener than green nature. The town, which is established on a 7000 year old history, still carried the traces of Hittite and Ionian culture. The region, which was called Kasura by the Hittites, Dioshierron by the Ionians and Kesre by the Ottoman, has been knows as Özdere since 1960’s.

The lands, which have been home to 28 civilizationt, now host 15 thousand people during the winter and 100 tousend people during the summer. Özdere, which hase more than 9000 , is the only officially approved touristicresort in the borough of Menderes.

Tourists and locals prefer the town for its magnificent shoreline, intricaltely wowen bays  and beaches. Özdere has many and bays ou can swim suchli and Ortaköy.

Özdere’s economy is based tourism. Thats mean, you can find a Travel Agencys in City Centers like a Bergin Tours. The Company work for a holiday rentals, Holiday homes, car rental, airport transfers and daily  tours to Ephesus, Pamukkale. You can find also daily tours from harbour izmir, ephesus, virgin marry house.

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Turkey’s Aegean

Turkey is not only a holiday Destination for sun and beach-goers, even nature lovers and history buffs will get their money. Holiday villas and apartments are mainly on the coast popular. The Turkish Aegean attracts visitors by its sandy beaches, Islands and peninsulas and the historic cities of Troy, Ephesus, Pergamon, Pamukkale (Hierapolis), Ozdere, Fethiye, Bodrum.

Turkey’s Aegean shores are among the loveliest landscapes in the country. The magnificent coastline, lapped by the clear water of the Aegean Sea, abounds in vast and pristine beaches surrounded by olive groves, rocky crags and pine woods. Dotted with idyllic fishing harbors, popular holiday villages and the remains of ancient civilizations attesting to the inheritance of more than 7,000 years of history, culture and mythology, this region offers a holiday with something for everyone – nature lovers, sun worshippers, photographers, sports enthusiasts, sailors and archaeologists. Along the whole length of the coast, accommodations to suit every taste and price range can be found.

The Aegean coastal plain enjoys an exceptionally mild climate, with soft, verdant springs, hot summers, sunny autumns and warm winters marked by occasional showers. Aegean region has perpendicular mountains to its shores and many valleys between them, thus permitting the sea climate reach inner parts of the region, although some of the provinces inland show also characteristics of Continental climate. For sunbathing and water sports, the summer months are ideal; for exploring the ancient ruins and picturesque countryside, spring and autumn are the most inviting months. The Aegean provides the perfect escape from the rigors of a northern winter: even in January and February, the days are sunny and pleasant.

The region occupies 11% of the total area of Turkey with its 79.000 square kilometers of land. Most of the population and cities are concentrated on the coast line because of its convenience for sea transportation and tourism. The Aegean region is also both industrialized and agriculturalized. Main products are; textile, leather, carpet weaving, food, machinery and spare parts, marble, tobacco, sugar, olive and olive oil. About half of the total olive trees of Turkey are in this region. There are many important rivers feeding the Aegean Sea.

Izmir, the gateway to the Aegean region, is connected to Istanbul by frequent air, sea, bus and train connections. The plane flight is about 50 minutes, while comfortable overnight buses reach Izmir in about seven hours. Convenient train connection can be made from the Istanbul – Bandirma fast ferry, a two-hour ride across the Marmara Sea. A private maritime company operates over-night car ferries from Istanbul to Izmir a couple of times a week. There are also sea connections between Ancona (Italy) to Cesme in the summer and autumn months. By private car, Izmir can be reached via Bursa road or via Canakkale coastal road. For travelers wishing to begin their journey further to the south, the Dalaman airport near Marmaris is served by regularly scheduled and charter airlines. Self-drive car rentals can be arranged for pick-up at the airport.

We have also Cars for rent from Izmir airport.