Halic Park Dikili

  • Private beach area
  • Spa and wellness centre (Additional charge)
  • Free WiFi
  • Low Deposit Options Available
  • Interest FREE Payment Plans
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This beachfront hotel enjoys a privileged location near Dilikli, on the North West coast of Turkey, facing the Greek island of Lesbos. The wonderful ruins of the Hellenistic city ... Continue reading

This beachfront hotel enjoys a privileged location near Dilikli, on the North West coast of Turkey, facing the Greek island of Lesbos. The wonderful ruins of the Hellenistic city of Pergamon are some 30 kilometres from the hotel. Public transport run close to the hotel providing easy access to other nearby local tourist attractions and to the centre of Dilikli, just 3 kilometres away. This family-friendly property boasts a host of modern facilities such as a large outdoor pool and a sunbathing terrace, ideal for relaxing and getting away from stress. Ideal for leisure travellers seeking a sun and beach holiday, this outstanding property offers all the necessary services to guarantee a memorable stay.

Activities

  • Entertainment staff
  • Table tennis

Other facilities

  • 24hr Reception
  • Garden
  • Gift shop
  • Laundry (Additional charge)
  • Luggage storage
  • Private beach area

Facilities

  • Air conditioning
  • Facilities for disabled guests
  • Free WiFi
  • Lift
  • Non smoking rooms

Payment Options

Payment options accepted:

We do not charge a fee to our customers who use debit cards, but credit cards do incur a fee of 2.5% of the payment value.

To make booking a holiday at Halic Park Dikili in Izmir easier for you, we provide a range of different payment options. To find out if you can book Halic Park Dikili with a low deposit holiday option, please click the "Price and Availability" button above.

Izmir is Turkey's third largest city, a busy port, commercial centre and gateway to the Aegean Coast, but despite its size (population around three million) and importance it still retains enough holiday ambience to draw visitors to linger. Izmir is lively and cosmopolitan, and it is also scenic with palm-lined promenades lining the bay, backed by graceful avenues and attractive horizontal terraces rising up the slopes of the surrounding mountains.

Visitors come to see the sights, haggle in the colourful bazaar, and dine on delicious meals at the many waterfront restaurants. Formerly known as Smyrna, Izmir is ancient, dating from around 3,000 BC, but today is thoroughly modern, having been almost obliterated by a fire in 1922 and rebuilt. There is still some worthy sightseeing to be done in the city, however, like the 19th-century clock tower, the 18th-century Konak Cami mosque, and an archaeology museum. A must-see is the city's landmark public elevator, linking Mithatpasa Street with the summit of the hill at Halil Rifat Pasa, from where there is a stunning view across the city and the bay. The best way to enjoy Izmir is to join the promenaders in the balmy evening air strolling on the esplanade, or jogging along in a horse-drawn carriage, between Konak Meydan and Alsancak.

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Activities

Izmir boasts some interesting archaeological sites and museums, including the Izmir Museum of Archaeology, but when history and culture begins to pall visitors can relax in the city's parks. Kulturpark, site of the annual International Fair, provides a good day out all year round with its amusement park, zoo, restaurant and tranquil gardens; Fuar has many restaurants, bars, and kebab stalls. Kadifekale castle is a popular attractions, as well as the Teleferikcable car. You can also walk along the waterfront promenade or wander the small streets of Alsancak. There are numerous opportunities for excursions out of the city. Just a short dolmus (mini-bus) ride away to the west is the beautiful Cesme Peninsula with its stretches of sandy beach, where visitors can enjoy watersports or take a boat trip along the coast. Various local operators offer day trips into the surrounding countryside, taking in a variety of interesting destinations from thermal baths and fishing villages to the famous Roman ruins of Ephesus.

Restaurants

The holiday destination of Izmir is renowned for its many seafood restaurants, but whatever your taste it is catered for in this city, which is well supplied with extremely affordable good eateries, particularly along the Kordon Boyu Promenade. The local speciality is the delectable fish, Cipura, so popular that it is farmed and served up in dozens of city restaurants. It is best enjoyed grilled, with a salad of fresh greens and herbs sprinkled with olive oil. Reputedly Izmir's top seafood restaurant is the Deniz, while for traditional Turkish, spiced up with belly dancing, head to the Sini Sofrasi restaurant, or Topçu'nun Yeri, a down-to-earth sidewalk cafe.

Nightlife

Holidaymakers will find that the nightlife in Izmir can be as hectic or as sedate as you wish. Most of the after dark action for visitors is centred on the Kordon Boyu, Passport Pier and Karsiyaka, where nightclubs and bars stay open until the early hours. 1448 Sokak in Alsancak has a number of clubs, and is a popular area for gay nightlife. More cultural entertainment is on offer too, like performances of the Aegean Philharmonic Orchestra. The city is particularly lively during the annual International Arts Festival, which takes place between June and July, and the carnival-like International Fare at the end of August.

Shopping

Like any modern city and holiday destination, Izmir has its share of shopping centres, and here the best stores are to be found lining the Kordon Promenades in Alsancak, Karsiyaka and Cumhuriyet Avenue. Visitors, however, do better to head for the atmospheric old district with its narrow streets and hidden doorways. There are bustling markets in Konak Square and Kemeraltý. There is a larger mall called Forum in nearby Bornova. Shopping here is a fascinating experience, and you can buy anything from antiques and dried figs (for which Izmir is famous), to fine jewellery, hand-made shoes and a variety of clothing.

Negatives

Visitors should be aware that temperatures can be extreme in the height of summer.

Essential Information

Time Zone

Plug Type

Voltage 220V 50Hz
Language: Turkish,

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Hotel address : CUMHURIYET MH. CENTINEMEC BLV.,2, Izmir, Aegean Coast, Turkey

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A selection of available rooms is shown below. More options may be available.
  • Double Room with Balcony and Land View
    • Bathroom
    • Bathtub
    • Hairdryer
    • Direct dial telephone
    • Minibar
    • Centrally regulated air conditioning
    • Central heating
    • Safe
    • Balcony
    • Wheelchair-accessible
  • Double Room with Balcony and Sea View
    • Bathroom
    • Bathtub
    • Hairdryer
    • Direct dial telephone
    • Minibar
    • Centrally regulated air conditioning
    • Central heating
    • Safe
    • Balcony
    • Wheelchair-accessible

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