Alacati is a popular holiday destination in Turkey. Located in the Central Aegean region, Alacati is a big attraction for avid windsurfers. Just an hour away from the Izmir Airport, the history of Alacati dates to the early 19th century when it was established by the Greeks. The Greek style architecture in Alacati is quite impressive and worth a look. The architecture in the town is the main draw for visitors. There are also a few beaches around Alacati that are quite clean and attractive. There are a number of Muslim-friendly facilities in Alacati that travellers can benefit from. Whether it is having fun, relaxing or dining, Alacati offers visitors with the best of everything.
The town is home to a number of historic stone buildings and ancient windmills that are must-sees. There are also a few beaches around Alacati that are perfect for those looking to enjoy a day out; relaxing, swimming and windsurfing. Visitors can easily reach the beach by taking a minibus from the town. There is a private beach in Alacati, the Babylon Alaçatı Beach, which is great for those looking for a bit of privacy.
The town also has a few shops and markets where visitors can find a number of things to buy. There is also a local market organized every Saturday. The market showcases local produce, handicrafts and other items that can be bought at reasonable prices.
The nearest airport to Alacati is the Izmir’s Adnan Menderes Airport. The airport is located about 1 hour from Alacati. Buses, taxis and private cars are easily available from Izmir Airport to Alacati.
There are several halal restaurants in Alacati. The best Muslim-friendly restaurants in Alacati are Kabak Cicegi, Asma Yapragi, Fahri'nin Yeri Restaurant, Ferdi Baba Restaurant, Yusuf Usta, Barbun, etc.
There are quite a number of mosques in Alacati that can be located easily. The most prominent mosque in Alacati is the Alaçatı Merkez Camii and the Süreyya-Muzaffer Baskıcı Camii.