ALACATI HERB FESTIVAL
Alacatı Herb Festival 09/04/2021
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About Alacatı Herb Festival
Especially in recent years, the importance of nourishment with natural foods has tended to come forward worldwide. One of the kindnesses offered by Çeşme/Alaçatı region is the endemic variety and the unique healthy tastes prepared with these herbs. The “Herb Festival” organized by Alaçatı Municipality where you will spend a joyous time and be able to clearly say “I was part of it”/”I lived the moment. Being amongst the most important festivals in the world, you can at the same time also enjoy delicious meals, notes of Aegean music, sweet-smelling odors spreading the streets, and its book meticulously prepared for generations to come. The festival will let you realize that Alaçatı does not merely consist of sea, sand, sun, and delicious flavors. While enjoying the warm climate of spring you will also rid yourself from everyday stress and present a gift to your health. To witness what a magical place Alaçatı is during April and before starting a lovely summertime do not miss this OPPORTUNITY that the Aegean has to offer you.
Alacatı Herb Festival trip will give you a chance to see one of the most famous holiday resort(Çeşme ?) and a lovely town Alaçatı
Highlights Of Çeşme
First, you will have a chance to see villa with aquarium walls.
Cesme is one of Turkey's most prominent centers of international tourism and was ranked 8th by the New York Times, as one of the “31 Places to go to in 2010” lineups.
1-hour free time in Çeşme.
You will see the Church of Agios Haralambos, a prominent landmark in the Cesme town center which has been restored as an art gallery.
An imposing site with its six towers and moats on three sides, the castle is guarded by a statue of Cezayirli Gazi Hasan Pasha, one of the naval commanders of the Battle of Cesme. Pasha is depicted caressing his famous pet lion and facing Town Square.
You will stop to snap some photos of windsurfers in the picturesque Alacati Bay.
Stroll through Alacati streets with your guide through the cobblestone streets, to admire the beautifully restored old houses, and enjoy the Bohemian atmosphere.
You will visit the Aios Constantinos Church, built-in 1874, and later converted to a mosque.
Enjoy a refreshment of traditional Turkish tea or apple tea accompanied by ( Sakızlı )mastic cookies famous in this region with the impressive Cesme Castle in the background.
- Entrance fees.
We will pick you up from your Hotel or apartment, for your guided stroll tour of Cesme and Alacati.
20 GBP per person.