Resorts and cities in Black Sea Turkey region

Samsun is situated between two river deltas jutting out into the Back Sea, north of Turkey. West of the town the Kizilirmark (the Red River), one of the longest rivers of Anatolia, produced its fertile delta, East of the town the Yesilirmak (the Green River), a river that passes some remarkable towns on its way to the sea, did the same.

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Sile

Sile

Şile is a small town on the Black Sea, 70 km from the city of Istanbul, Turkey. Şile is a municipality and is the center of the eponym district of Istanbul.


Samsun

Samsun

Samsun is situated between two river deltas jutting out into the Back Sea, north of Turkey. West of the town the Kizilirmark (the Red River), one of the longest rivers of Anatolia, produced its fertile delta, East of the town the Yesilirmak (the Green River), a river that passes some remarkable towns on its way to the sea, did the same.


Bolu

Bolu

Bolu is one of the most enchanting areas of Turkey located approximately half-way between Istanbul and Ankara. Bolu is famous for its dense forests, fauna and hot spring facilities.


Ordu

Ordu

Odru is a town located on the site of the Ionian colonies, Kotyora. It says here embarked Xenophon and the 10,000 Greeks to Sinop, in the year 401 Ien Today Ordu is a port and a large processing center hazelnuts. Attractions are the scenery around the city, including the Black Sea coast, Boztepe hill above the town and head Jason.


Rize

Rize

Rize is blessed with the most beautiful nature that has been preserved over the centuries. The fresh air of Rize has a regenerative effect on you with every breath you take. Located in the greenest area of Turkey, the Eastern Black Sea Region, Rize is renowned for its unique architecture, delicious cuisine and the hospitality of the local people.


Amasya

Amasya

Amasya is the capital city of the province of the same name, the province has an area of ​​5690 km2 and a population of 324,268 people of which 86,667 live in the city and the remainder in surrounding villages. It lies at an altitude of 411 m. Amasya is one of the most beautiful cities in Turkey. Lying, as Saframbolu in a rocky and narrow gorge of rmak Yesil (Green River), is distinguished both natural beauty and the vestiges of its millenary history of over 5,000 years of Hittite periods, urarta, Phrygian , Persian, Romanian, Byzantine, Mongol and Ottoman.


Agva

Agva

Ağva, is a popular resort destination and Şile district in the province of Istanbul, Turkey.


Zonguldak

Zonguldak

Zonguldak, city, capital of Zonguldak il (province), northwestern Turkey, on the Black Sea coast. The well-equipped port is the main outlet for coal extracted from the basin between Zonguldak and Ereğli. The city’s development and rapid rise in population were associated with the growth of this coal industry after the mid-19th century. Mining was extensively developed by the government after 1940, and much of the city’s workforce has remained engaged in work related to coal.


AKCAKOCA

AKCAKOCA

Akçakoca is both a town and district of Düzce Province, in the Black Sea region of Turkey, located about 200 km east of Istanbul. The town was named after a Turkish chieftain of the 14th century CE who captured the area for the Ottoman Empire, and sports a statue in his honor. The town features a modern mosque of unusual design. Touristic attractions include beaches and a small ruined castle.


Duzce

Duzce

Düzce Province is a province in northwestern Turkey. It is on the coastline of the Black Sea and is traversed by the main highway between Istanbul and Ankara. The main town is Düzce. There are ancient Greek ruins in the province. Düzce broke off from Bolu province and became a province in its own right after a devastating earthquake in the city in November 1999.