Kordonboyu

Kordonboyu, Izmir: Hours, Address, Kordonboyu Reviews: 4.5/5

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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Easymixtravel
Izmir, Turkey198 contributions
Couples
If you decide to visit Izmir, there is no chance that you will not see Kordon because all best hotels are around the same area. As you can see in the photos, you can have a good idea of what the city looks like. After rush hours and on weekends it will get flodded with young people who will drink, eat and sing on the grass. Nice place and great weather.
Written February 29, 2020
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B1714D
Belgrade, Serbia14,084 contributions
Kordonboyu is a nice central part of Turkey's second biggest city by the sea shore. It's close to the central market and prime attractions, so it's within easy walking distance.
The area is nice for people watch, as it's local's fav place for taking a break and have a picnic there. There're also several restaurants around. You can watch the entire bay from here with many fishermen around and ferries departing to the other side.
Written October 19, 2020
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Simon B
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Couples
The park is nice for relaxing and close by are many restaurants and bars. Only during the day might be very hot and there is almost no shade to hide.
At the moment we've been there there were some renovation works going on but not disturbing much.
At the promenade you get a great view and also nice sunsets
Written August 29, 2020
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indianbungee
Izmir, Turkey190 contributions
Friends
You should walk along the coast. Try to discover right places to have your drink, eat and rest. I have been having my beer in Venezia since 1985. Its alternative is buying beer from shop and lying on the grass (especially night times during the summer). If you are lucky you see the wonderful sunset. I like to be there whole year but specially sunny days of winter time.
Written July 1, 2015
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Neri
London, UK95 contributions
Business
Spend 2 days in Izmir for my business trip. Our hotels were located in the walking distance and this area is perfect for walking, cycling or sitting at one of the cafes to watch the beautiful view.
Written May 16, 2019
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KalleOberg
Stockholm, Sweden7 contributions
Business
It is one of the most popular streets of Izmir. Full of little restaurants and cafes. The guys in the shops and cafes are almost forcing you to sit their place. Service is too slow and in most cases they serve the wrong foods. It is not a pricy area but you still think that it was not worth after all. The only good place I've tried was Balikci Hasan (fisher Hasan). Fish was so tasty but they did the typical trick of Turkish restaurants : they doubled the bill buy adding some extras I did not eat/drink. Do not forget to check bill in details before you pay.
Written October 17, 2013
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Ayatomark
London, UK12 contributions
We love slow strolls along sea fronts so the Kordonboyu was perfect for us.

It was about 11pm and we'd been at the beach all day so we were really looking forward to a nice meal and a beer. After that we smoked a bit and then walked back to our hotel in Konak. it took about an hour to get back to our hotel.

The promenade is busy, but not too busy, and interesting to walk down. The North end has lots of outside seating bars/cafes which is always very lively. After that, there is the Konak Pier which has shops, the Feribot terminal which has some local food being sold, then a little park as you get closer to Konak. After Konak bus station area it gets a little less interesting, locals fishing and the smell of sewerage wafting in off the sea. Give that area a miss if you've a delicate nose :)

Sunsets are very nice, nearly every night we were there, the sunsets were red.

Funny how the best things to see are often free.
Written July 24, 2011
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Ferit Y
Cigli, Turkey587 contributions
Couples
Perfect sunset you've ever seen:)
Very good restaurant you can taste different fishes.You need to walk and take a breath of İzmir.Also you can use boat for trip.İf you like,please vote:)
Written August 23, 2016
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MartaFerrer
Vila Real de Santo Antonio, Portugal603 contributions
Kordonboyu is the perfect place to end up the day: side by side the Egean and its promenades are the background to take a flavoured turkish coffee or a çai (tea) watching the sunset on the horizon.
Written April 21, 2011
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Ada Moroianu
Ploiesti, Romania349 contributions
We walked up and down the Kordon at various times of day and it was always pleasant. All the ferry terminals are here. There is a bike lane all along. At weekends the grassy area is full of people going out for a day by the sea. Unfortunately, not all of them are nature conscious, so the grass is often littered with various sorts of garbage, from shells from the midiye dolma, to plastic bottles. One night, while we were enjoying the sight of the gulf by moonlight, a man started screaming loudly, very loudly and repeating over and over again the same words which we couldn't understand; we thgought- poor guy... A few minutes later we understood that the "poor guy" was actually warning everyone to step off the grass, because the sprinklers came in at full debit! Very considerate! There are plenty of restaurants to choose from on the land side of the Kordon, most of them offering terraces open towards the sea.
Written September 30, 2019
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