Çeşme is one of the leading historical and touristic districts of Turkey, which was established on the shores of the Aegean Sea, with its 3000-year-old history and location, which has hosted many communities consisting of Ionians, Lydians, Romans, Pergamons, Greeks, Arabs and Turks. It is located in the westernmost part of the Silk Road and is directly connected to İzmir by highway. It is also opposite Chios.
The port serves on an area of 85,000 sqm.
A Temporary Storage area was established and put into service at a distance of 3 km from the port, and an area of 45,000 m² was purchased to be used as a future storage area.
On the other hand, considering that the new generation ships have grown in length and width and the number of passengers they carry has increased, the length of the existing pier has been extended from 150 meters to 322 meters. In order to prevent the traffic of Ro-Ro ships and cruise ship traffic from affecting each other, a Ro-Ro pier with a length of 213 meters consisting of 5 dolphins. was built and put into service.