Kustur Club Holiday Village

Located in Kusadasi, Kustur Club Holiday Village is on a private beach. Ephesus Ruins is a notable landmark, and the area’s natural beauty can be seen at Kusadasi Beach and Ladies Beach.

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General Information

Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this amazing all inclusive deal. Situated within a span of botanical gardens, with accents of fuschia and emerald green embellishing the beachfront location, Kustur Club Holiday Village is an All Inclusive resort with all you need to escape reality and relax by the Aegean coast. Be sure to feast upon some international cuisine at the Panorama à la carte restaurant, it specialises in seafood, Mexican and Asian dishes and boasts an idyllic location overlooking the sparkling azures of the Aegean Sea. Jump into some actions and make a splash in the pools, there are plenty of slides for the kids (or even big kids!) to enjoy. Whether relaxing or go-getting is your idea of heaven, Kustur Club Holiday Village has it all! Travel Now Pay Later Kustur Club Holiday Village Izmir with Jetnow.


  • 5 Outdoor Pools
  • Baby-changing facilities
  • Childrens Club
  • Childrens playground
  • Childrens Pool
  • Close to the Beach
  • Entertainment
  • Free WiFi
  • Great value All Inclusive
  • Gym
  • Outdoor Sports
  • Perfect for Families
  • Spa Centre
  • Spacious rooms
  • Sunbeds
  • Village-style complex
  • Water Slide

Flight & Transfer Information

Flight duration approx. 4 hours 10 mins, transfer to resort around 60 mins by taxi or shuttle bus.


Room Options: Superior double room, standard bungalow, standard double room and family room.

Family Room

Sleeps: Minimum 2 | Maximum 4
Room facilities:
Flat screen television
Safety deposit box
Mini bar
Bathroom containing a shower.
Air conditioning (between 17 Apr and 24 Oct).
Daily room cleaning service and towel change

Standard Double Room

Sleeps: Minimum 2 | Maximum 3(plus 1 infant(s))
Room facilities:
Flat screen television
Safety deposit box
Mini bar
Air conditioning (between 17 Apr and 24 Oct).
Daily room cleaning service and towel change
Standard Double rooms have bathroom containing shower or bath with shower attachment.

Food & Drink

Board Options: All Inclusive

The All Inclusive package includes buffet-style breakfast, lunch and dinner in the main restaurant. 2 à la carte restaurants are also available for dinner (reservation required, supplement payable). Snacks are available between meals for a minimum of 7hrs per day. Local wine, beer, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks are available 24 hours per day.

Main Restaurant

Efes Restaurant - Buffet. Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Show cooking at dinner and lunch. Highchairs, microwaves and kids menu available.

Panorama A La Carte - Serves a range of Mexican and Japanese cuisine for dinner. Located on the beach.

Sofra A La Carte Restaurant - Serves a range of Italian and Turkish cuisine for dinner.

Ada Cafe Bar - Coffee bar located in the gardens (open between 17 Apr and 24 Oct).

Beach bar located on the beach.

Disco bar located in the gardens. Adults only. Please note that the hotel requests that beach wear is not worn.

Pool bar.

Snack bar located on the poolside Serves food.

Silent Pool Bar.

Local Attractions

Turkey is a diverse country with stunning beaches, great food, spectacular scenery, ancient history and nightlife to suit all tastes.

Sitting pretty above Bodrum on Turkey’s Turquoise Coast is the exciting region of Izmir. These parts are big on beaches and bars, so seaside fun is definitely on the cards. You can expect a taste of tradition too, with old town walls hiding Turkish tavernas and bustling bazaars, plus some epic ancient sites on your doorstep. If you’re looking to mix beach days with a good dash of culture, this is the perfect cocktail.

Take in the Konak Square located in the downtown area where of Izmir, you’ll find a beautiful Clock Tower. How about Çeşme which is now a popular destination especially if you want to get away with its cobblestone streets lead you to small boutiques, a small castle and a good marina to enjoy the fresh fish and other amazing food. The there is Urla, once just a small village, is now cherished for its wineries and olive oil production. It’s also home to a popular artsy street with antique shops, old buildings turned into cafés and restaurants which has revived the town. And finally Ephesus which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World and is a must for history and archaeological buffs.