Excursions & Tours
Exclusive Ancient Ephesus, Travel Through Time
Exclusive Ancient Ephesus
Best of Ephesus
House of Virgin Mary and Ancient Ephesus
Kusadasi Walking Tour
Private Ancient Ephesus
Private Ephesus and the Terrace Houses
Private Ancient Ephesus, Miletus and Didyma
Private House of Virgin Mary and Ancient Ephesus
Private History and Religion of Roman Ephesus
Private Biblical Ephesus
Private Village Traditions of Sirince
Lake Bafa Visit Private Tour
Private Ephesus and Turkish Bath
Private Sirince & Regional Tastes
Kusadasi Shore Excursions & Tours in Turkey
Book a trip to the beautiful city of Kusadasi today.
Located about 59 miles south of Izmir on the Aegean Coast of Turkey sits the great port town of Kusadasi.
With a long history and culture all its own, Kusadasi is slowly rising as a great travel destination for travelers all around the world.
Enjoy fresh fish customary to this port town or try out some traditional Turkish food. Cheese rolls made of phyllo dough covered in ricotta cheese are a local favorite. Try these and other Turkish delights as you take in the amazing scenery of the area.
Dine at waterfront cafes that look out over gleaming, perfectly blue waters. The tall mountaintop of Pilva Dagi is the perfect backdrop to your view as you have your delicious meal.
Take a day trip to Dilek Peninsula National Park, also called Milli Park, for a fun day at the beach including hiking, swimming, biking, and other activities.
Our Kusadasi cruise excursions offer you an exclusive look at one of the most important archaeological sites in the world, the ancient city of Ephesus.
Ephesus was an ancient Greek and Roman city that holds so much history that it's referred to as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Your tour guide will take you through the ruins of Ephesus to view the Temple of Artemis and the Temple of Hadrian.
The newly excavated area across from the Temple of Hadrian features houses of some of the wealthiest citizens that lived during that time. Their interiors feature beautiful mosaics and colorful frescoes owned only by the richest people. They even had heating pipes and running water.
You will also visit the Odeon, the two-level Library of Celsus. This impressive ancient roman building houses over 12,000 scrolls. It was well visited by many of the top scholars and was a place of learning.
The Virgin Mary House, located at the top of Nightingale Mountain, is a site you'll surely not want to miss. This is the very house where people believe she spent her last years. Entire pilgrimages and even some popes have trips to visit this small brick house.
You can also see the astonishing Grand Theater where St. Paul preached to the Ephesians.
Located 18 miles north of Ephesus is the city of Priene. Here you can see the ruins of the Temple of Athena and even find remnants of the wall that surrounded the city.
About 14 miles from Priene, you'll find the city of Miletus. This city was known for having a large Roman amphitheater. Gladiator matches and other grand spectacles were held here. Imagine sitting in the same seats where people used to watch gladiators fight to the death.
12 miles away from Miletus, you'll find the city of Didyma. This city contains ruins of the Temple of Apollo. This temple, built around 550 B.C., was supported by an incredible 112 columns.
These are the most well-preserved ancient sites across the Eastern Mediterranean region.
Discover the endless history and beauty of Ephesus privately or with a small group. Learn about the Ionian history, and experience traditional Turkish village life as soon as you arrive at the Kusadasi Port.
Book your shore excursion today!