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Cesme Beaches


View larger map to see location of beaches with their names: Cesme To See and To Do Map (Cesme.Net)

It is possible to swim almost anywhere in Cesme, the water is super clean and people can be seen swimming even just near the harbour. Summer residents staying at their summer homes usually have their small daily-use beaches close to their homes but we've compiled this list to illustrate the best beaches in Cesme. Here they are in alphabetical order:

Alacati Beach

Leave the town of Alacati towards Windsurf Paradise, pass the Windsurf Paradise and continue down the coast. A little ways ahead (about 3-5 kilometers) you will begin to see beautiful sandy coves to swim in. The best spot is a beach club known in the past as Seaside, today named Bobou Beach Club. Definitely check it out while in Cesme.

Altinkum Beach

Translated as Golden Sand Beach, this beach is famous for its natural beauty, cold water and its pristine sand. We've written a whole article about this beach, you can also find photos and a map.

Aya Yorgi Beach

Aya Yorgi Bay and the beaches there are made famous by such world class beach clubs as Marrakech, Babylon and Sole Mare. Paparazzi, a Cesme classic, is also at Aya Yorgi. Here is more information about the area.

Boyalik Beach

Izmir residents who have their summer homes in Cesme usually dream about Boyalik Beach during the winter. How to go there, photos and details here.

Ilica Beach

Ilica Beach is Cesme's most famous and well known beach hands down. It is also known as a public beach. It is completely vulnerable to northerly winds. On less windy days, Ilica has one of the clearest waters you will find anywhere. But usually the area is quite breezy or even windy, so ready yourselves for some mid-size waves. Because of the shallow water, even the wind and waves can be fun at Ilica. The sand on the beach is exquisite and the water is quite warm thanks to the underwater hot springs in the area. On the left of this beach is the Cesme Sheraton Hotel and on the right side is the Ceshme Plus Hotel. You can pay to use the facilities and parasols at several of the beach clubs on the sand or you can comfortably take your own equipment. Weekends in July and August are super crowded, so beware.

Kocakari Beach - Dalyan

We don't know where the name came from (it means Old Woman Beach), but this is Dalyan's best beach. Because it's protected against the north winds, it's usually pretty calm. You can see its location on the map above.

Pasa Limani Beach

Because Pasa Limani and its region is full of small coves, there isn't a big beach to speak of but the water is beautiful here. There is a beach club with facilities worth checking out if you're in the area named Dodo Beach Club.

Pirlanta Beach

Pirlanta Beach is in one of Cesme's westernmost areas, and it overlooks the Greek island of Chios. Like Ilica, it is open to the north winds. This pretty sandy beach has become the center of Cesme's kite surf activities and you will usually see dozens of kite surfers here. It is still very comfortable as a swimming beach though. You can see the location of Pirlanta Beach from our map above.

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Boyalık Plajı
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Kocakarı Plajı
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Ilıca Plajı
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Pırlanta Plajı
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