Alaçati, Turkey

Alaçatı's narrow streets of cobbled stone are garnished with renovated single- or two-storey stone houses, alongside charming sidewalk cafes, restaurants and boutiques. This historic architectural tissue makes Alaçatı the best preserved town in Aegean Turkey. Today Alaçati is one of Aegean Turkey's up-and-coming vacation getaway havens. İncirliev blends the athmospheric serenity of centuries old architecture and sun ripe fruits, with the stylish individuality of a modern small hotel. Dreams and memories came together across generations. A ruined Greek house has been lovingly renovated around a garden of Mulberry, Mandarin, Lemon, and at its heart, the protected Fig tree that gives the hotel its name, İncirliev - the house with the Fig tree.
Beach Breaks

Hotel guide


  • 8 spacious rooms of charisma and personality individually furnished, local antiques and art, all equipped with en suite spacious bathrooms with power shower, hair-dryer, and bathroom toiletries such as shampoo, shower gel, body lotion, rosemary soap for your comfort, free wi-fi, air-conditioning, central heating, minibar and a safety deposit

Our favourite

  • Wine evenings in the courtyard garden during summer, spring and autumn and against the fireplaces during winter

Wine & Dine

  • Poshor family is famous for their breakfasts. Exquisite breakfast prepared with fresh produce.
  • Home-made, sun matured jams & marmalades all prepared naturally from fruits under the Aegean sun. More than 30 kinds Ayvalık and Akhisar, all famous with their olives, a good selection of both local and traditional cheese, local ricotta (lor), local fresh produce of tomatos, green peppers, seasonal fruits, a selection of stone-oven breads, Turkish style sesame bagel (simit)


  • Casual Affair - but do not forget your cool sunglasses


  • Doubles from € 85 / day

Local guide

Worth getting out of bed for

  • Alaçatı hides stunning white beaches, lovely bays and a selection of exclusive beach clubs
  • Alaçatı is perfectly situated to explore the region, with nearby trips to Ilıca bay beaches and thermal waters, Çeşme peninsula, Ildiri Erithyrai ruins, Dalyan village
  • Daily or longer trips are also possible to the greek island of Chios.


  • Alaçatı is one of the top windsurfing centers of the world, with a variety of windsurfing schools & facilities. Kite-surfing, sea kayaking, and Stand-up pedalling also available
  • Alaçatı is the home to many galleries, creative artists and artisans, and offers a colorful experience with its antique shops, designer boutiques and local traditional products.

Don't miss

  • An experience not to miss is the wonderful Saturday market and the daily fish auction open to public.

When to go

  • Avoid the crowd in July & August and visit in spring or autumn

How to get there

  • By air: Fly to Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport. Served by all major airlines
  • Hire a car at the airport, makes life easier or make use of the pick-up and drop off arrangements by the hotel