Kusadasi is primarily the stop for Ephesus, which is a “must see”. The ruins of ancient Ephesus are stunning, but since I’ve been there a number of times, I opted for a tour that visited the museum and then got out of town and into a more traditional village noted for wine making. Ephesus was a key seaport in ancient times and the home of the temple of Artemis. The museum is small, but it does have a great model that gives you an idea of what the temple was like, and the statue of the goddess Artemis with . . . take your pick, as experts are undecided: many breasts, many eggs, many testicles of bulls . . . all symbols of fertility. There are a few interesting pieces of poor Priapus . . . the ancient guy who took too much Viagra and had “an erection lasting for more than four hours” and failed to seek medical help.