Sigacik ferry port in Turkey connects you with Karlovassi in Samos with a choice of up to 4 ferry crossings per week. The duration of the Sigacik to Karlovassi crossing is from 1 hour 55 minutes and the crossing is operated by Turyol.
Sigacik is situated on the west coast of Turkey, resting in the wealthy province of Izmir. The only ferry route departing the port is to Karlovassi on the island of Samos, with the 1 hour 55 minute crossing providing the gateway to Greece.
Often overlooked by the fashionable city of Izmir, Sigacik picks up a few travellers from Greece who stop at the sleepy town on their way to the Turkish mainland. The small town isn’t littered in notable landmarks and exhilarating attractions, but there is enough to keep you entertained for a day or two: the local market on Sunday exhibits some of the best produce and authentic clothing, alongside unique artwork that is on sale for very cheap prices. Many of the locals manning the stalls enjoy haggling, and are keen for visitors to enjoy quintessential Turkish cuisine.
The gradual rise of tourism was sparked by Sigacik Castle, an impressive piece of architecture that becomes more impressive as it stands against the contrast of modern infrastructure. Circling the castle are a number of quaint restaurants that typically serve seafood fresh from the waters.
Sigacik is very compact and the small land mass means that it is more than achievable to cover its entirety of it by foot.
TEOS MARİNA Akkum Caddesi No : 4 Sığacık / Seferihisar P.C. 35460 İZMİR / TÜRKİYE
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