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Cesme, Ayasaranda intro. The seaside resort town of Cesme, a popular destination among travellers from all over the world thanks to its relaxed atmosphere, great cuisine and stunning beaches, can be found on the extreme western tip of Turkey. Known for its beautiful shoreline and fantastic kiteboarding conditions, Kerasus beach is a favourite and has an array of Ayasaranda hotels, making it easy to enjoy the beach and the sights within the city at the same time. The Cesme Castle is one of the most ionic landmarks here and should not be missed off any sightseeing itinerary. A daytrip to the nearby village of Ilica is also a must for lovers of pampering, as it is famous for its thermal springs. Kamru is a local speciality sandwich made of salami, sausage, tomato and cheese which should be tried by all; it even comes in a vegetarian option. The best of these can be found throughout the downtown area and are best eaten while strolling through the old town and ogling at the stunning 18th century architecture.