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Luxury Sea Front Apartments for sale in Cesme Izmir



   Luxury Sea Front Apartments 

• Our project is located at the seaside in Çeşme Ardıç.
• 4 different types of suites are available as 1+1, 2+1, 3+1 and 4+1.
• Each suite has large terraces.
• The ground and top floors have large dedicated floors gardens.
• Project is consisted of 5-storey building blocks and 27 housing units in total.

Property Type : Residence Apartment

Location : Çeşme / İzmir

Siuation : Ready To Move + Ready Title Deed

Available Units : 2+1 Duplex

Payment Plan : 25% Downpayment + 12 Months İnstallment

• Outdoor Swimming Pool
• Swimming Pool for Children
• Jacuzzi
• 2-Storey Indoor Parking Lot
• Fitness, Pilates and Yoga Room
• Spa and Sauna
• Women’s / Men’s Dressing Rooms
• Lobby and Recreation Area
• 24 Hour Security
• Security System with Camera

Starting From

2+1 Duplex : 6.900.000 ₺


Luxury Sea Front Apartments 


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Çeşme Marina

Çeşme Marina

Official logo of Çeşme

Çeşme is located in Turkey

Location of Çeşme within Turkey.

Coordinates: 38°19′25″N 26°18′10″ECoordinates38°19′25″N 26°18′10″E
Country  Turkey
Region Aegean
Province İzmir

 • Mayor Ekrem Oran (CHP)

 • District 256.51 km2 (99.04 sq mi)
Highest elevation

5 m (16 ft)
Lowest elevation

0 m (0 ft)

 • Urban

 • District

 • District density 130/km2 (350/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+3 (TRT)
Postal code
35x xx
Area code(s) 0232
Licence plate 35

Çeşme (Turkish pronunciation: [ˈtʃeʃme]) is a coastal town and the administrative centre of the district of the same name in Turkey‘s westernmost end, on a promontory on the tip of the peninsula that also carries the same name and that extends inland to form a whole with the wider Karaburun Peninsula. It is a popular holiday resort and the district center,


where two thirds of the district population is concentrated. Çeşme is located 85 km west of İzmir, the largest metropolitan center in Turkey’s Aegean Region. There is a six-lane highway connecting the two cities (Otoyol 32). Çeşme district has two neighboring districts, Karaburun to the north and Urla to the east, both of which are also part of İzmir Province. The name “Çeşme” means “fountain” and possibly draws reference from the many Ottoman fountains that are scattered across the city.


Turkish sources always cited the town and the region as Çeşme (or Cheshme) which is originally a Persian word since the first settlement 2 km south of the present-day center (Çeşmeköy) founded by Tzachas and pursued for some time by his brother Yalvaç before an interlude until the 14th century. The name Çeşme means “spring, fountain” in Persian (چشمه) and possibly draws reference from the many Ottoman fountains scattered across the city.


Cheshme is on the peninsula opposite Chios

Çeşme sea view

Çeşme Beach

Çeşme Atakum Beach

Alaçatı Coastline

Çeşme Atakum Beach

The urban center and the port of the region in antiquity was at Erythrae (present-day Ildırı), in another bay to the north-east of Çeşme.

Most probably, the ancient Greek polis of Boutheia (Βούθεια or Βουθία in ancient Greek) was situated in Çeşme. In the 5th century BC, Boutheia was a dependency of Erythrae and paid tribute to Athens as a member of the Delian League.[3]

The town of Çeşme itself experienced its golden age in the Middle Ages, when a modus vivendi established in the 14th century between the Republic of Genoa, which held Chios (Scio), and the Beylik of Aydinids, which controlled the Anatolian mainland, was pursued under the Ottomans, and export and import products between western Europe and Asia were funneled via

Çeşme and the ports of the island, only hours away and tributary to Ottomans but still autonomous after 1470. Chios became part of the Ottoman Empire in an easy campaign led by Piyale Pasha in 1566. In fact, the Pasha simply laid anchor in Çeşme and summoned the notables of the island to notify them of the change of authority.


After the Ottoman capture and through preference shown by the foreign merchants, the trade hub gradually shifted to İzmir, which until then was touched only tangentially by the caravan routes from the east, and the prominence of the present-day metropolis became more pronounced after the 17th century.[4] In 1770, the Çeşme bay became the location of naval Battle of Chesma between Russian and Ottoman fleets during Russo-Turkish War (1768–1774). After the Balkan WarsBosniaks mainly from Montenegro settled in the environs of Çeşme such as Alaçatı and Çiflikköy.[1]

Up until September 16, 1922 Greeks consisted the majority of Çeşme and its environs. In 1924 with the Population exchange Muslims from Greece mainly from Karaferye settled to the town.

Çeşme regained some its former lustre starting with the beginning of the 19th century, when its own products, notably grapes and mastic, found channels of export. The town population increased considerably until the early decades of the 20th century, with immigration from the islands of the Aegean and the novel dimension of a seasonal resort center becoming important factors in the increase.

The viniculture was for the most part replaced with the growing of watermelons in recent decades, which acquired another name of association with Çeşme aside from the thermal baths, surfing, fruits, vineyards, cheese, tourism, and history.

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