The land hinterland of Ceyport Taşucu Port is the southern gate of Turkey, which will serve the import and export of our businesses in a wide area covering primarily the Mediterranean and Central Anatolia Regions, as well as the Eastern and Southeastern Anatolia Regions.
Ceyport Taşucu Port provides seaway connection with all Mediterranean Ports, especially with east Mediterranean which is known as the Levant Region, as well as to all ports across the world
The highway, which started at the entrance of the Çeşmeli quarter of the Erdemli district of Mersin City, was connected to the TEM highway at the junction of the Yenice quarter of the Tarsus district, coming from the Niğde-Pozantı-Gülek-Çamalan direction and continuing in the Tarsus-Yenice-Adana-Gaziantep direction.
The highway project, which will start from the entrance of Erdemli Çeşmeli and continue to the Silifke-Taşucu District, is planned to be realized with the build-operate-transfer model.
Connection to the highway, which starts from Çeşmeli and continues in the direction of Adana, is provided from Çeşmeli, Kuyuluk, Yenişehir, Toroslar, Mersin Free Zone, Huzurkent, Tarsus West Entrance, Tarsus Çamtepe, Tarsus Yenice junctions within the provincial borders. On the Adana-Mersin-Antalya route of the D-400 state highway; There is a divided road between Adana-Silifke Yeşilovacık, between Gülnar Büyükeceli-Aydıncık district center, and between Bozyazı Gözsüzce-Anamur district center, and the works to transform the Adana-Mersin-Antalya D-400 state highway and Silifke-Konya route into a divided road are continuing. Again, the section of the county road between Silifke-Gülnar, starting from Gülnar and up to the Silifke county border, is a divided road, and works are underway to make this entire route a divided road.
There are regular ferry services from Ceyport Taşucu Port to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and Lebanon.
Air transportation is provided from Adana Şakirpaşa International Airport, which is around 150 km away from Taşucu. It is expected that the construction of Çukurova Airport, built in the Kargılı area of the Tarsus District of the province, will be completed in 2022 and that international passenger and cargo flights will begin to operate from this airport. International Çukurova Airport will have road, rail and seaway connections.