Kordon Boyu

Kordon Boyu
If you have heard the name of Izmir in a song, the smell of Kordon has definitely permeated that song.

During the one-day period from the first light of the morning until sunset, you will witness the various kinds of clothes worn by Kordon.

Watching the blue sea from the green grass in Kordon, one of the symbolic points of Izmir, is one of the most enjoyable things in the world.

You can multiply this pleasure with a dinner with a view of Izmir Kordon.

You can easily reach Kordon Boyu in Alsancak neighbourhood with Dailygo Rent a Car.
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