Private Ephesus Tours from Kusadasi
Since Kusadasi is the closest tourist spot to Ephesus, Ephesus Tours from Kusadasi is one of the most popular attractions. In Selcuk, the ruins of Ephesus can be reached in a convenient 20-minute journey.
Kusadasi, on the Aegean Sea, is one of Turkey’s most well-known tourist resort cities. Kusadasi is the closest tourist destination to Ephesus. In Selcuk, the ruins of Ephesus can be reached in a convenient 20-minute journey. It is one of the most well-known tourist resort towns in Turkey, located on the Aegean Sea. Kusadasi is a large port city with a population of 100,000 people in the winter. Kusadasi’s cruise port is large enough to accommodate 5-6 cruise ships at once.
At the same time, since the city center is wide enough, the largest ships can be anchored directly there. Ephesus tours begin at Kusadasi’s port, and the ruins of Ephesus, 20 kilometers away, are easily accessible. Kusadasi is situated in the Aegean region and, due to its mild climate, can be visited by cruise ships for nearly nine months.
Private Ephesus City Tours from Kusadasi
Ephesus Tours from Kusadasi provide visits to important sites in the surrounding area of Ephesus. The House of the Virgin Mary is the most famous. Just 5 kilometers from Ephesus, the road continues to the house where the Virgin Mary spent her final two years in the forest, at a height of 350 meters above sea level.
On the way from Ephesus to Kusadasi, there is a popular Temple of Artemis near Ephesus. Artemis, the primary goddess of Ephesians, is honored in the world’s largest temple. The temple’s base and a column can still be seen today.
Your tour guide will pick you up from the port or hotel and drop you off at the end of the tour on private Ephesus Tours from Kusadasi. In our guided Ephesus tours, we use air-conditioned, non-smoking private cars, as well as a private driver.