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Ozbek Harbour, Izmir, Turkey
The Ozbek Harbour is located near the town of Cesme and it is a small marina that has a limited capacity for the boats that want to moor here. This is an isolated location, ideal for the boat owners who want to make a short stop, enjoy the beauty of the natural environment, the panoramic views of the mountains that can be seen right in front of the marina and the few traditional homes. This small marina can offer its guests moments of silence and romantic evenings, as well as the opportunity to practice fishing or sailing. Those who enjoy the long walks will find that this small village hides many interesting paths. The area is surrounded by the outstanding mountains that bring mystery to the location. After a long day at the beach, the travellers love to visit the Çeşme Castle which is beautifully lighted during the night. Also, the cafes, bars and restaurants are extremely inviting here and the Turkish cuisine can be tasted in places like Fava Meze Balik, L’Escargot or Missi.
Facilities of Ozbek Harbour
Cancellation Policy of Ozbek Harbour : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Izmir
The Province of Izmir is situated on the Turkish coast, representing a metropolis and the third largest city in Turkey after Istanbul and Ankara. The metropolitan municipality of Izmir was known as Smyrna in the ancient times. The great city has over 3 million inhabitants and it is located in the Gulf of Izmir, also owning a large marina where the boat owners are allowed to moor throughout the year.
This is a region where the tourists can find a multitude of touristic objectives that are overwhelming. Most of the vacations on this side of the Turkish coastline become unforgettable due to the authentic air, the rich culture, delicious cuisine and the modern lifestyle. It is a known fact that Izmir has raised its cultural and historical heritage on the foundation that the Levantine, Greek, Jewish and Armenian people have constructed on this old territory. Their inheritance was well preserved and developed into what the travellers can see today in this metropolis. ... more info
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