Once an ancient Roman village, the town of Alacati in Çeşme features old vineyards and a number of buildings and pathways carved out of stone. It is located a few kilometres south-east of Çeşme and is a popular holiday resort and tourist...more
Once an ancient Roman village, the town of Alacati in Çeşme features old vineyards and a number of buildings and pathways carved out of stone. It is located a few kilometres south-east of Çeşme and is a popular holiday resort and tourist attraction. The centre is home to numerous restaurants, cafes and shopping boutiques that cater to local and foreign visitors. In addition to the antique bazaar on Saturdays and Sundays, a general market is open on Saturdays, selling varieties of fresh fruits, vegetables, clothing items, household items and plenty more. Alacati is also famed for its water sports, surfing and wind-surfing, giving water-sport enthusiasts a plethora of options to choose from. Muslim travellers to Alacati will find plenty to do in the town.
Most shops and restaurants in Alacati are open from early morning to late in the night
Children, Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults
Architecture of the stone buildings, market on weekends and shopping boutiques
Prayer facilities in Alacati will be easy to find, with a mosque in Alacati available within town limits. The mosque in Alacati is located in the town centre and is visited by the locals in Alacati during prayer times. A number of mosques in Çeşme are also available, a short distance away.
There are several restaurants in Alacati offered to Muslim travellers. Restaurants such as the Tuval Restaurant, Karina Restaurant and Kose Cafe are the most popular restaurants amongst locals and tourists. In order to confirm the availability of Halal food at these restaurants, visitors could have a quick chat with the restaurant owners, if necessary. Halal food in Alacati is generally readily available.