Çeşme Marina’s, winner of the 2014 PIANC Marina Excellence Design Jack Nichol Award recognising outstanding design of modern recreational boating facilities around the world is recommend by Sunseeker Turkey in the #MyMarina campaign. Sensational design and world-class facilities this marina goes beyond luxury and is a unique holiday destination in its own right.
Loacted on ‘The Izmir Peninsula,’ Turkey, this beautiful shore side marina village is lined with numerous chic cafés and fine restaurants. Don’t miss the fish menu – the finest in Çeşme – at Ferdi Baba restaurant or the sumptuous steaks and outstanding wine at Tuval Restaurant.
If you’re looking for excellent live performances, you won’t get much better than Hayal Kahvesi yacht club. With music every night of the week throughout the summer, and famous Turkish singers performing on Fridays and Saturdays, it’s the best spot to kick back and soak up one of the finest views over the marina. 15 Eylül Kıraathanesi jazz lounge is another great option within the marina for live concerts.
When you’re not wining, dining or partying just a stone’s throw away from your yacht, you can shop for international brands like Calvin Klein or stylish local brands like the innovative Vakkorama at its modern retail complex. You can also relax by the hotel’s swimming pool or take a treatment at the health centre. All within the marina.
To provide some variation to this amazing holiday destination whilst onboard your Sunseeker we have picked out the next best spots to visit!
Drop anchor at Çeşme’s Aya Yorgi Bay:
With its lemon groves and crystal blue seas, it’s a popular daytime anchorage. But by night it draws in Turkey’s party elite, especially at the famous Babylon bar, restaurant and club. There are several other glamorous options in the bay, too, including Marrakech, Sole Mare, Paparazzi and Kafe Pi.
In nearby Alaçatı, its sensational slow-food scene has earned it a place on the Mediterranean culinary map. Dine at Mitu Café Bar Bistro for tantalising, authentic Turkish menu. Barbun for elegantly prepared seafood and a modern take on classic regional dishes. And Agrilia Café for a magical atmosphere and fantastic Italian-inspired food. This chic seaside town has long been a favourite for Istanbul’s and Izmir’s rich and famous. But today its fine boutique hotels, galleries and beach clubs attract moneyed holidaymakers from all around the world.
Cruise to Chios:
From Çeşme Marina, you’re perfectly placed to explore the many gems of the Aegean, with its many islands and epic coastline. One magical place you mustn’t miss is the Greek isle of Chios – just 8km away. It’s a starkly beautiful island, largely unspoilt by mass tourism despite having some of the Aegean’s best beaches – ranging from cosmopolitan, fully serviced sandy beaches, like Karfas Bay, to isolated lagoons. And some of the most fascinating medieval villages in the whole of Greece.
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