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Bozcaada, Turkey
25 May — 26 May2
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Cheapest month:October
Most expensive month:November
Average price in Bozcaada:₹ 5,145/night
Cheapest price found:₹ 2,101/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Saturday
₹ 3,431 - ₹ 8,670
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₹ 2,997 - ₹ 6,046
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Hotel prices in Bozcaada

3 stars
Adali Guest House
No. 1 most popular

Adali Guest House

Inönü Caddesi Cumhuriyet Mahallesi No:50, Bozcaada, Turkey

9.4 Excellent
₹ 5,185

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4 stars +
Apollon Hotel
No. 1 most popular

Apollon Hotel

Alaybey Mh. Degirmenler Sk No. 8, Bozcaada, Turkey

₹ 4,179

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About Bozcaada

Surrounded by sandy beaches and strewn with vineyards, Bozcaada is an alluring island off the coast of Turkey. Spend your time beach hopping around the island, devouring freshly-caught seafood and cooling off in the sparkling Aegean Sea.

Things to do

Bozcaada is fringed by golden beaches, hidden bays and aquamarine coves. Ayazma is one of the most popular stretches of sand, famous for its crystal-clear turquoise water. There are plenty of umbrellas and sun lounges to rent, as well as snorkels, paddleboards and kayaks. The beach is lined with restaurants serving fresh mezze and seafood.

Bozcaada is famous for its boutique wineries, where you can sign up for a wine-tasting tour. Corvus Vineyard is the island's best-known estate, pairing gourmet cheese and fine wines in an elegant tasting room.

It's easy to spend hours getting lost in Merkez, also known as “Bozcaada Town”. It's anchored by a cobbled Old Town filled with historic houses painted in a rainbow of colours. Browse the area’s cafes, bars, wine taverns and restaurants. Cicek Pastanesi is a local favourite, serving home-cooked savoury pastries since the 50s.

Bozcaada Castle offers a glimpse at the island's Byzantine roots. It's encircled by a dry moat and has been watching over the main harbour for centuries. Stroll around the barracks, peer into the old ammunition stores and climb up onto the ramparts for sweeping views over the Aegean Sea.

Getting around

It's easy to explore Bozcaada on foot, though you'll also find plenty of taxis cruising the streets. The island is also serviced by a network of local "dolmuses" that run to popular beaches. Daily ferries run from Yukyeri Iskelesi to Bozcaada in around 30 minutes.

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Surrounded by sandy beaches and strewn with vineyards, Bozcaada is an alluring island off the coast of Turkey. Spend your time beach hopping around the island, devouring freshly-caught seafood and cooling off in the sparkling Aegean Sea.

Things to do in Bozcaada

Bozcaada is fringed by golden beaches, hidden bays and aquamarine coves. Ayazma is one of the most popular stretches of sand, famous for its crystal-clear turquoise water. There are plenty of umbrellas and sun lounges to rent, as well as snorkels, paddleboards and kayaks. The beach is lined with restaurants serving fresh mezze and seafood.

Bozcaada is famous for its boutique wineries, where you can sign up for a wine-tasting tour. Corvus Vineyard is the island's best-known estate, pairing gourmet cheese and fine wines in an elegant tasting room.

It's easy to spend hours getting lost in Merkez, also known as “Bozcaada Town”. It's anchored by a cobbled Old Town filled with historic houses painted in a rainbow of colours. Browse the area’s cafes, bars, wine taverns and restaurants. Cicek Pastanesi is a local favourite, serving home-cooked savoury pastries since the 50s.

Bozcaada Castle offers a glimpse at the island's Byzantine roots. It's encircled by a dry moat and has been watching over the main harbour for centuries. Stroll around the barracks, peer into the old ammunition stores and climb up onto the ramparts for sweeping views over the Aegean Sea.

Getting around Bozcaada

It's easy to explore Bozcaada on foot, though you'll also find plenty of taxis cruising the streets. The island is also serviced by a network of local dolmuses" that run to popular beaches. Daily ferries run from Yukyeri Iskelesi to Bozcaada in around 30 minutes.

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  • What are the best hotels in Bozcaada?

    Bozcaada is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Bozcaada Ersin Konak Butik Otel, which has a current rating of 9.5. For other potential stays, consider Kemerbag 29 Guest House and Adayel Bagevi & Butik Otel, which can also be great places to stay in Bozcaada.