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What to See and Do in Canakkale

Canakkale is one of the culture and tourism cities of Turkey with its nature, hospitality, unique buildings, ancient cities, historical city walls, martyr's cemeteries, civil architecture examples, clean coastlines and beaches with blue flag, fascinating islands, thermal springs, mild climate, various agricultural products, regional cuisine, fresh fishes, handicrafts, folklore and artists. Canakkale itself is quite pleasant city and a couple of hours can happily be spent exploring here. If you are looking for itinerary ideas, sightseeing attractions and unmissable activities, let's help you experience the best of Canakkale has to offer.

Blue Flag Beaches in Canakkale

Blue Flag Beaches in Canakkale

Blue Flag

Blue Flag Beaches

Canakkale, the northwestern coastal city of Turkey, has 12 beaches in total that awarded with the blue flag. You can also find the numerous beautiful beaches along the coastline of Canakkale province.

Blue Flag Beaches in Canakkale
Historical Places in Canakkale

Historical Places in Canakkale

Historical Structure

Historical Sites

Canakkale is a historical, cultural and training city with its 5 millennium background. In addition to this, it is an important tourism center which incorporates magical and historical places which are nourished by antique cultural treasures as like in Iliad Homer with epics.

Historical Places in Canakkale
Marmaros Waterfall, Canakkale

Marmaros Waterfall

Waterfall Cascade

Gokceada Marmaros Waterfall

Marmaros Waterfall is situated in Gokceada island of Canakkale province in Turkey, which has perfect opportunity for nature and trekking lovers.

Marmaros Waterfall
Gulf of Saros, Canakkale

Gulf of Saros

Gulf Bay

Saros Bay

Where green meets the sea, Saros Bay is an inlet of the northern Aegean Sea located north of the Gallipoli Peninsula, between the coasts of Thrace, parallel to Canakkale Strait in northwestern Turkey.

Gulf of Saros

2018: The Year Of Troy

2018 was just declared as "The Year of Troy" by the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Let's find out what Troy is, what it signifies and why it is such a remarkable place. It is time to visit one of the world's best known cultural heritage sites, Troy in 2018.


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