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(New page: '''ilica''' is a city in İzmir. ==Get in== ==Get around== ==See== ==Do== ==Buy== ==Eat== ==Drink== ==Sleep== ==Contact== ==Get out== {{IsPartOf|}} {{outline}} {{cityguide}}...)
 
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'''ilica''' is a city in [[İzmir]].
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[[Image:altinyunus.jpg|thumb|250px|Ilıca from above]]
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'''Ilıca''' is a town near [[Çeşme]] in [[Aegean Turkey]].
  
 
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* The town is known for its '''thermal springs''' arising from the shallow sea bottom with a temperature of 58 degrees celsius. Much like a very large and open-air ''[[Spas|hamam]]'' (Turkish bath) pool.
  
 
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* <sleep name="Ilıca Hotel" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price=""></sleep>
  
 
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* If you prefer take a dip in a refreshing colder sea rather than what is essentially an open air bathtub and spend your time in somewhere more than what is a coastal resort basically, head south to [[Alaçatı]], which has some pretty nice historical architecture in addition to a beach.
  
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Latest revision as of 13:18, 28 March 2010

Ilıca from above

Ilıca is a town near Çeşme in Aegean Turkey.

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Get in[edit]

Get around[edit]

See[edit]

Do[edit]

  • The town is known for its thermal springs arising from the shallow sea bottom with a temperature of 58 degrees celsius. Much like a very large and open-air hamam (Turkish bath) pool.

Buy[edit]

Eat[edit]

Drink[edit]

Sleep[edit]

  • Ilıca Hotel.  edit

Contact[edit]

Get out[edit]

  • If you prefer take a dip in a refreshing colder sea rather than what is essentially an open air bathtub and spend your time in somewhere more than what is a coastal resort basically, head south to Alaçatı, which has some pretty nice historical architecture in addition to a beach.



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