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Town of district Kusadasi in province Aydin, Guzelcamli is located at the south of the city. One of two most touristic destinations of Kusadasi along with Davutlar, Guzelcamli is located 25 km to the district centre. Mostly known with its housing estates along the coastline, Guzelcamli swarms with thousands of people who visits Dilek Peninsula National Park especially on weekends. As it’s possible to swim throughout the large part of the year and the sea is cleaner than the surrounding, Guzelcali happens to be an ideal holiday destination.
Another popular spot in Guzelcamli, Cave Zeus is located 200 m inside on the left side of the road about 1 km before the entrance of Dilek Peninsula National Park. According to Greek mythology, waters of the cave where Zeus, God of The Sky, comes to hide from his brother and Poseidon, God of The Sea, are ice-cold even in the hottest days of summer. Combination of spring water coming from the mountain and salty sea water, the water looks both blue and green depending on your point of view. Entrance into the cave doesn’t require any fee. If you want to swim here, don’t forget that the water is really cold and gets deep after a few meters.
Guzelcamli is located within a distance of only half an hour to Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport. You can use paid service from airport to Kusadasi or you rent a car. Besides, some airline companies free direct shuttle services to Kusadasi. Minibuses from the district centre of Kusadasi to Guzelcamli provides service at short intervals especially in summer. As in many points in Kusadasi, various accommodation options await you also in Guzelcamli. It’s possible to stay in Guzelcamli hotels, guesthouses or resorts with bed & breakfast, half-board, full-board and even all-inclusive concepts. Remember that if you book early, you can access more comfortable options with more affordable prices.
The most popular spot in Guzelcamli is Dilek Peninsula-Buyuk Menderes Delta National Park. Located at the farthest point of Mount Dilek through Aegean Sea, this peninsula features a coastline with a length of 20 km and the park with a length of 6 km. As being the richest national park in Turkey in terms of plant and animal diversity, Dilek Peninsula National Park hosts species consisting of 28 mammals and 42 reptiles and 804 plant types. You can swim in pristine bays of Dilek Peninsula National Park for a small fee. However, remember that there occur long vehicle queues in front of the park entrance especially on weekends, so it would be beneficial to go there early in the morning.
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