Your guide to a romantic escape to Cesme

#bluroutes cycling in Cesme

Planning a romantic escape with your loved one? Take a look at our guide to spending a romantic getaway in beautiful Cesme, the place where love is always in the air!

Walk Hand in Hand through the authentic streets of Alacati

Alacati being a very popular summer destination is also one of the most romantic winter destinations in Turkey. Start your day with a refreshing morning walk down the narrow streets, among the traditional stone houses and then pick a café to warm up by the fireplace while you sip your mulled wine or coffee. Alacati is famous for small cafes and local restaurants which are open all year round.

The streets of Alacati

Have a Lovey-dovey dinner

It’s no secret that the Aegean region have the best seafood and Cesme is one of the best foodie destinations. Either seafood, vegetarian or meat; Cesme has that ideal local restaurant for a romantic dining experience. Just make sure to book in advance in the weekends.

Sands bar at Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Cesme

Fall in Love with the view

Cesme is much more than the beach clubs and restaurants. You will be amazed by the beautiful views while cycling through the natural beauties of Cesme. Rent your bicycles from the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Cesme and let our #bluroutes guide you. Download our One Touch App to check our #bluroutes for the one that suits you best.

#bluroutes cycling in Cesme

Enjoy thermal springs

Cesme is renowned for its natural thermal springs and these healing waters have been used for healing rheumatism, joint diseases, tissue rheumatism, psoriasis, acne, eczema, varicose veins and high or low blood pressure throughout the centuries. Even Pausanias, a Greek geographer from the second century, wrote about the healing powers of Cesme’s thermal spring waters.

Learn more about the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Cesme’s luxurious thermal spa center spa packages.

Spa at Radisson Blu Resort and Spa Cesme

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