Hotels in Izmir Province

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Izmir Province
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Most expensive month:June
Average price in Izmir Province:$83/night
Cheapest price found:$8/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
$52 - $138
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$60 - $207
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About Izmir Province

Izmir Province is an enchanting slice of Turkey, known for its coastal resorts and sparkling Aegean Sea beaches. It's a gateway to Ephesus, one of the world's most important archaeological sites, and also boasts cultural museums, ancient ruins and freshly-caught seafood.

Things to do

Izmir is the province's cosmopolitan capital. Stroll along the breezy seafront promenade, visit the Izmir Museum of History & Art and get lost in Kemeralti Market, a cavernous bazaar filled with artisan workshops, spice stalls and tea houses.

One of Turkey's signature attractions, the ancient Greek city of Ephesus sits on the coast of Ionia and dates back to the 10th century BC. Walk down spacious Curetes Way, gaze up at the magnificent Temple of Artemis and admire the soaring columns of the Library of Celsus.

Swim and sunbathe on sugar-white sand in Cesme, a laid-back beach resort on the Aegean Sea. You can also explore Cesme Castle, a military fortress housing a fascinating archaeological museum filled with metal coins and marble statues. Thanks to its crystal-clear water and vibrant coral reefs, Cesme is also one of Turkey's top scuba diving destinations.

Stretch your legs in Yamanlar, a mountainous park laced with scenic hiking trails. Along the way you'll pass by scenic lookouts, sparkling crater lakes and lush forests. Keep an eye out for wild horses grazing in the forest.

Getting around

The city of Izmir is best explored on foot or by using public buses, a small metro line and taxis. Buses run throughout Izmir Province, while ferries cruise along the coast, stopping at popular ports like Bostanli, Alsancak and Goztepe.

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Izmir Province is an enchanting slice of Turkey, known for its coastal resorts and sparkling Aegean Sea beaches. It's a gateway to Ephesus, one of the world's most important archaeological sites, and also boasts cultural museums, ancient ruins and freshly-caught seafood.

Things to do in Izmir Province

Izmir is the province's cosmopolitan capital. Stroll along the breezy seafront promenade, visit the Izmir Museum of History & Art and get lost in Kemeralti Market, a cavernous bazaar filled with artisan workshops, spice stalls and tea houses.

One of Turkey's signature attractions, the ancient Greek city of Ephesus sits on the coast of Ionia and dates back to the 10th century BC. Walk down spacious Curetes Way, gaze up at the magnificent Temple of Artemis and admire the soaring columns of the Library of Celsus.

Swim and sunbathe on sugar-white sand in Cesme, a laid-back beach resort on the Aegean Sea. You can also explore Cesme Castle, a military fortress housing a fascinating archaeological museum filled with metal coins and marble statues. Thanks to its crystal-clear water and vibrant coral reefs, Cesme is also one of Turkey's top scuba diving destinations.

Stretch your legs in Yamanlar, a mountainous park laced with scenic hiking trails. Along the way you'll pass by scenic lookouts, sparkling crater lakes and lush forests. Keep an eye out for wild horses grazing in the forest.

Getting around Izmir Province

The city of Izmir is best explored on foot or by using public buses, a small metro line and taxis. Buses run throughout Izmir Province, while ferries cruise along the coast, stopping at popular ports like Bostanli, Alsancak and Goztepe.

  • Where is the best place to stay in Izmir Province?

    Izmir, Cesme, and Alacati are some of the most favored places to stay in Izmir Province.

  • What are the best hotels in Izmir Province?

    Mövenpick Hotel Izmir is a very popular hotel in Izmir Province with a score of 7.8 from 836 reviews. DoubleTree by Hilton Izmir Airport (8.5 from 1,454 reviews) and Biblos Alacati (9.1 from 268 reviews) are also highly rated Izmir Province hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.