Adacati Guesthouse

Address: Mithatpasa Caddesi No 7, Alacati, Izmir, 35930, Turkey | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Mithatpasa Caddesi No 7, Alacati, is near Ilica Beach and Cesme Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Alacati

Kuşadası - Çeşme

A travel blog entry by b.mansell11 on Jun 28, 2015

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... the well which I think used to be used as a bath, we then went into the 3 water taps. These taps apparently had some special powers, the 3 different taps had different types of water, one was for Health, one for Love and one for wealth, apparently if you drink these things you absorb the power of the water that you drink. There was also a wishing wall which you could tie a wish onto, we struggle to find room but we all did, hopefully our wishes come true. We then walked onto ...

Lagkadia to Kardamyli

A travel blog entry by hurricane4815 on Apr 24, 2015

38 photos

... br> Drove to rest stop for chocolate ice cream and cookies (J). Arrived in Kardamili and walked tiny main street. Bought dinner at grocery - tuna in olive oil, Oreos dipped in Chocolate, flavored potatoe chips and bagel chips.
Our afternoon's drive took us along sweeping views of the Ionian Sea to the relaxed seaside village of Kardamyli
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Greek Island break

A travel blog entry by divansanten on Oct 01, 2014

26 photos

... 14th - 15th century), retain their original historical fortress character. This is also the main part of Chios famous for production of Mastic.



Thu 2nd: Highlight today was going inland to Anavatos, a deserted medieval village on top of a ...

Chasing round Chios, Aegian Island

A travel blog entry by ruthontravels on Sep 25, 2014

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... Greek island to Turkey so this part of Greece was prone to invasion and the Sultans of the Ottoman Empire ran the place for about 400 years. Fortunately for the people of Chios the Sultans loved to eat the sap of the mastic tree which only grows in that area so they were a bit more benevolent that usual when dealing with the Greeks who knew how to grow the trees and extract the sap from them. Mastic is still produced and used for chewing gum and also for ...

Peace and quiet on Chios

A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Sep 23, 2014

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... home management issues. The wifi here is excellent. Highlights are the incredible village of Pirgi in the south and the harbour at Lagada in the north of the island. The north has lots of harsh bare-rock cliffs/mountains and is therefore rather less populated. In earlier days the villages in the south were fortified against raiders and Pirgi still retains a lot of its mediaeval architecture/street layout. Many of the houses are decorated with the same unusually striking style ...