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Güzelbahçe Güzelbahçe, one of the most beautiful places in İzmir, is a lovely place with its coast, beaches, fish restaurants, beautiful streets, detached houses and its location which is close to places such as Sığacık, Seferihisar, Urla and Çeşme. It takes about 45 minutes from İzmir Airport to Güzelbahçe. You can reach to the area from the airport, from İzmir Bus Station or from Izmir city center. You can travel to Güzelbahçe by public transport options or with the comfort of your own vehicle and from here you can easily travel to places like Çeşme, Urla and Seferihisar. You can rent a car at İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport and travel to Güzelbahçe comfortably. There is no parking problem in the district. What to do in Güzelbahçe? One of the first things to do in Güzelbahçe can be having an exquisite breakfast at the coast. At one of the places on the seaside, you can have a delicious breakfast with local flavours such as İzmir's boyoz, gevrek, croissant and herby cheese. After breakfast, you can go to the village market in Yelki or the Sığacık market which is about 20 minutes away. You can have lunch in this market that is equally good as Italian food markets, and marvel at the beauty of Sığacık. The beach in Güzelbahçe is quite fascinating every season. Here, you can also swim in summer. For dinner, you can go to the fish restaurants and enjoy calamari and fried fish. It is approximately 25 km from İzmir center to Güzelbahçe. The İnkaya cave in Yeşilköy is a fascinating place not known much. Küçükkaya Village, a nomadic village, is also charming. Here you can have tea in the coffee house or you can buy organic products from the village market at very reasonable prices. The market in Yaka Village is also very popular. You can buy products such as jams, olive oil and canned goods produced by the villagers. You can fish, walk, or have a cup of coffee in Güzelbahçe coast.