Çanakkale, which has a rich history of thousands of years dating back to ancient times, is an impressive place that also played a vital role during the First World War and the founding of the Turkish Republic. The city, which has lands in the Marmara and Aegean regions, is visited by millions of local and foreign tourists every year with its historical parks, impressive martyrdoms and monuments established in the areas where the Dardanelles War took place.
Çanakkale, which also hosts the two most important cities of the ancient world, the Ancient City of Troy and the Ancient City of Assos; It offers a different beauty in every corner with its fascinating touristic islands such as Bozcaada and Gökçeada, popular holiday resorts such as Ayvacık, blue flag beaches, beautiful museums and authentic villages. While we were preparing our article about 77 places you must visit in Çanakkale, we used Instagram tags and prepared a special list with the most tagged places at the top. In addition, we have entered the location links of all the places we recommend one by one so that you can easily discover Çanakkale. By reading our article, you can immediately start exploring Çanakkale, one of the most beautiful cities in Turkey with its historical, cultural and natural riches.
Bozcaada, the second largest island in the Aegean Sea after Gökçeada and the third largest in Turkey, is one of the most popular touristic centers of Çanakkale, visited by hundreds of thousands of people every year. Offering an unforgettable holiday experience with its historical Ottoman mansions, peaceful atmosphere, centuries-old plane trees, colorful fishing boats, and quality boutique Çanakkale hotels , Bozcaada is also famous for its quality vineyards and wines.
In Bozcaada, which you can easily reach by ferry every hour, you can stay in boutique hotels with a unique wooden architecture and sea view; You can relieve all the tiredness of the year by going on fishing tours with boats or taking part in nature walks in the clean air among the vineyards. You can enjoy the deep blue sea in the clean waters of Bozcaada’s much-loved Ayazma Beach and Geyikli Beach during your trip, where we recommend you to visit Bozcaada Castle, the famous Polente Lighthouse and Bozcaada Museum, which rises on a hill overlooking the island. Do not forget to taste fresh seafood and island wines accompanied by magnificent views in Bozcaada, where the historical taverns lined up on the beach are very popular.
2- Assos (Behramkale Village)
Behramkale Village, a holiday resort in the Ayvacık district, is also known as Assos and is one of the must-visit places in Çanakkale with its peaceful atmosphere, clean air and crystal clear sea, as well as historical treasures such as the world-famous Assos Ancient City. B.C. Visited by history and culture enthusiasts from all over the world for the Ancient City of Assos, which became one of the most important cities of the region in the 7th century, Assos offers a pleasant trip with its beachfront, quality boutique hotels and hundreds of years old stone houses that adorn its narrow streets on the island of Lesbos.
After enjoying the sea, in Behramkale, where you can take an unforgettable trip between ancient temples, theaters and baths, you can taste fresh seafood and the famous wines of the region, accompanied by magnificent sunsets, at the fish restaurants in Assos Antique Harbor, where colorful fishing boats are lined up. You can buy organic olives and olive oil products in the authentic bazaars of Behramkale, where olive oil production has been very common in addition to wine since ancient times . In Behramkale, where photo safaris are organized every season of the year due to its historical and natural beauties, you can take pleasant trips among the thyme, olive and lavender groves, and taste the famous honey-almond ice cream of the village when you take a break.
Biga district, 94 kilometers from Çanakkale center, is one of the most visited places in Çanakkale with its historical and natural beauties. B.C. By participating in history and culture tours in the county, which hides many treasures from its rich history dating back to the 6th century BC. The Ancient City of Parion, built in the 8th century, the impressive Bigadiç Castle, built on a high hillside by the Byzantines in the 11th century, the Biga Historical Fountain of 1904, which offers an impressive view in the center of Biga, and the Çarşı Mosque, which reflects the 15th century Ottoman period architecture, are the must -sees. historical treasures.
Nilüfer Lake, which is 5 kilometers away from the center of Biga and offers magnificent nature views in all seasons, Sahmelek Bay, famous for its turquoise sea surrounded by steep rocks, and Biga Sycamore Park, where you can relax under the centuries-old plane trees, are among the most visited places in the district.
Gallipoli, one of the most beautiful districts not only of Çanakkale but also of Turkey and located in a beautiful location across the Dardanelles, is also home to the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park, which is visited by more than 3 million people every year. In Gallipoli, which has a very impressive atmosphere with countless martyrdoms, monuments and cemeteries designed to commemorate the Battle of Çanakkale, you will encounter another historical artifact at every corner.
The district, which has treasures you can visit such as the Gallipoli Mevlevi Lodge, one of the largest Mevlevi Lodges of Turkey and the world, the magnificent Gallipoli Castle overlooking the Saros Gulf, the Bayraklı Baba Tomb, the Namazgah Bastion, the Gallipoli War Museum and the Piri Reis Museum. It also offers beautiful beaches for those who want to enjoy the clean waters of Turkey. You can go to Gallipoli, which is 48 kilometers away from the center of Çanakkale, by minibuses you can find every hour or you can explore the region with history and culture trips.
Gökçeada, which is Turkey’s largest island and hosts the most beautiful beaches where you can swim in Çanakkale with its coastline longer than 90 kilometers, is located at the entrance of Saros Bay. Visited by hundreds of thousands of people every year as a much loved holiday paradise, Gökçeada is one of the most beautiful places you can go to in Turkey to relieve the tiredness of the year in a peaceful atmosphere with its turquoise clear sea and untouched magnificent nature .
In addition to places such as Aydıncık Beach and Laz Bay, which are lined up along the long coastline, you can enjoy visiting the fascinating Marmaros Waterfall, historical Greek villages famous for their stone houses, impressive Cheese Cliffs, Salt Lake and Gökçeada Underwater National Park in Gökçeada. It is possible to find boutique hotels, hostels and apart hotels for every taste and budget on the island, where tourism and accommodation facilities are developed. In Gökçeada, which is famous for its unique flavors as well as its historical and natural beauties, we definitely recommend you to try seasonal fresh fish, almond cookies and mastic custard. It is possible to go to Gökçeada easily, especially in summer, by ferry and sea bus every hour.
Küçükkuyu, a small holiday town in the Ayvacık district of Çanakkale, divides the Marmara Sea and the Aegean Sea into two and is known as the place where the Aegean begins. Küçükkuyu, which is highly developed in the fields of tourism, fishing and olive cultivation; With its deep blue sea, miles of olive groves and historical treasures, it is among the must-see places of Çanakkale. Located 90 kilometers from the city center and easily accessible by bus or minibuses, Küçükkuyu is frequently visited as it is located between Assos and Altınoluk.
Sarıkız Hill, located on a hill 1726 meters above sea level, is the first place you should visit in the district, where you can visit the historical structures from the Lydian, Persian, Pergamon, Byzantine and Ottoman empires. You can take magnificent panoramic photos on the hill, which has an impressive story and is famous for its stunning sculpture. Adatepe Olive Oil Factory and Museum, where you can shop, as well as Aphrodite Hot Springs, which has been healing since ancient times with its 42-degree healing waters, and Kadırga Bay, surrounded by pine forests, are among the places you should definitely visit in Küçükkuyu.
Ezine, the small town of Çanakkale with a population of 30,000, is visited by thousands of local and foreign tourists every year due to its local foods and its historical and natural beauties. Located in Ezine, which is very popular with its historical artifacts dating from ancient times to the Ottoman period, fine sandy coast, clean beaches and untouched coves, the Pink Lake, which is 16 kilometers away from the town center and there are only 8 in the world, is the first place you should stop by.
You can take a pleasant history tour among thousands of years old temples in Alexandria Ancient City and Neandria Ancient City, which you can visit with guided tours, and relax in the historical Seferşeh Bath, built in the Ottoman period, in the town center. In Ezine, which is visited by thousands of people every year for the tomb of Achilles, the legendary warrior of the Trojan War, you can also explore the untouched natural beauties of Rabbit Island, 28 kilometers from the town center, with boat tours. You can buy both Ezine cheese varieties and dozens of organic dairy products in the bazaars of the district, which is famous for its delicious Ezine cheeses.
Ayvacık, the most beautiful and most visited touristic district of Çanakkale, is a holiday paradise that combines its natural beauty with its historical atmosphere. The district, which is home to world-famous treasures such as the Ancient City of Assos and Behramkale; It is one of the places where you can rest your soul with its untouched natural beauties, clean air, peaceful environment and delicious local dishes you can taste.
From detached villas to boutique hotels with sea view and bungalow hotels hidden among pine forests, hotels for all budgets and tastes offer service in Ayvacık, where tourism opportunities are highly developed. Attracting the attention of sea lovers with its fine sandy beaches and nature lovers with its beauty surrounded by pine and olive trees, you can enjoy the authentic streets of Ayvacık among the houses with stone architecture, and when you get tired, you can take a break at a roadside cafe and enjoy the quiet atmosphere of Ayvacık, where time flows very slowly.
Lapseki district, which is one of the important settlements in the Dardanelles and has an impressive history of 2500 years, is only 33 kilometers away from the center of Çanakkale. While walking around the streets of Lapseki, which resembles an open-air museum, you can visit the Süleyman Pasha Mosque, an impressive Ottoman architectural work from 1345, the Two Horse Tomb built on a hill overlooking the Dardanelles, Lapseki Martyrdom and Çardak Arıburnu Martyrdom.
In addition to its historical sites, Çardak Çamlık, surrounded by recreation areas and walking paths where you can see all colors of nature, Çardak Sand Island where you can enjoy the crystal clear sea and healing sands, and Dalyan Beach, which attracts attention with its water sports opportunities and beach clubs, are among the most popular touristic spots of Lapseki.
The town of Eceabat, which is famous for its beautiful Ottoman castles, is one of the constant addresses of history and culture tours organized in Çanakkale. On your trip to Eceabat, which was joined to the Ottoman lands by Osman Gazi’s son Süleyman Pasha in 1354, you can visit impressive structures such as the magnificent Kilitbahir Castle, built in 1940-1462, and the Seddülbahir Castle, built in 1807 during the reign of Selim III, in a strategic position overlooking the Çanakkale Bay.
Ezine; Conkbayırı, where the most important events of the Çanakkale War took place and visited by hundreds of thousands of people every year, also hosts many important points such as the Mehmet Sergeant Monument, the 57th Infantry Regiment Martyrdom and the Peace Museum. You can also enjoy the blue and clear waters of Kabatepe and Anzac Cove Beach in Eceabat, where you can go for nature walks accompanied by panoramic views of the Dardanelles.
Located only 71 kilometers from the center of Çanakkale, Bayramiç district is one of Çanakkale’s most important oxygen stores with its green natural beauties. In Bayramiç, which is visited by nature lovers from all over the country for the Ayazma Recreation Area located at the foot of the Kaz Mountains, you can relieve all the tiredness of the year by both guided nature walks and camping in the high oxygen level air of Ayazma. You can explore the historical and natural beauties of the district by participating in the Bayramiç Dam, Külcüler Thermal Spring, Skepsis Ancient City and Kebrene Ancient City tours.
Bayramiçi is also one of the constant addresses of photo safaris with its historical Ottoman mansions in the district center. Hadımoğlu Mansion Turkish House Ethnography Museum, built in 1796, is among the places you must visit in the district with its historical building and rich collections. Tepe Mosque (Hacı Baliğ Mosque), built in 1357, Stone Bridge, an impressive 17th century work, and Mehmet Akif Ersoy Museum House are also important places to visit during your Bayramiç trip.
12- Çanakkale Kordon
Çanakkale Kordon, where you can take pleasant evening walks in the center of Çanakkale, accompanied by magnificent sea views, is one of the most popular sightseeing areas of the city. Çanakkale Kordon, the first place visited by local and foreign tourists in Çanakkale and home to the Trojan Horse, one of the most known symbols of the city, is a place to go for evening walks with the flower gardens surrounding this gigantic wooden statue, walking paths, magnificent sunsets and the views of the Dardanelles Strait. It is also among the most preferred places.
After a pleasant walk in Çanakkale Kordon, which is very lively at all hours of the day with its cafes and restaurants with sea views, you can relax in the tea gardens overlooking the Dardanelles or enjoy dinner with a romantic sunset.
13- Çanakkale Martyrs’ Monument and War Museum
Çanakkale Martyrs’ Monument and War Museum, which you can visit to see the region where the Çanakkale War took place and to take our martyrs, was opened to visitors in 1971. Nearly 2000 objects are exhibited in the open-air museum in Morto Bay of Sedulbahir Village, where you can examine impressive monuments such as sketches, photographs, war materials from the period, trenches, bullet cores, military uniforms and the Martyrs’ Monument. You can visit Çanakkale Martyrs’ Monument and War Museum between 08:00 and 17:00 every day except Mondays.
14- Adatepe Village
Adatepe, whose long history goes back to the famous Trojan War, is visited by hundreds of thousands of people every year as one of the most beautiful villages of Çanakkale; It is one of the places worth seeing with its beautiful Greek and Turkish stone houses adorning its cobbled historical streets, its peaceful and quiet atmosphere, cute roadside cafes and quality boutique hotels.
Adatepe, located on the western slope of the Kaz Mountains, where you can renew with its air with high oxygen level, attracts the attention of tourists from all over the world with its untouched natural beauties and crystal-clear sea as well as its historical treasures. Zeus Altar, located on one of the highest peaks of Kaz Mountains and said to have held beauty contests in ancient times, is the most visited place of Adatepe.
Taş Mektep, an important architectural work of the first period of the republic with its impressive stone architecture and serving until 1985, the Olive Oil Museum you can visit in the touristic town Küçükkuyu on the coast of Adatepe, the tea gardens where you can relax under the centuries-old plane trees, and Adatepe with its authentic streets reminiscent of an open air museum. You can add Village to your list of places to be discovered on your Çanakkale trip.
15- Galley Bay
Kadırga Bay, which is only 2 kilometers from Assos and shown as one of the most beautiful places to swim in Çanakkale, is a natural paradise where green and blue meet. The blue flag beach stretching between the pine forests of Kadırga Bay is ideal for enjoying the sea all day long with your air, even in the hottest summer months, due to the imbat winds.
There are also restaurants where you can throw fresh seafood while enjoying the magnificent sunset views around Kadırga Bay, where there are businesses where you can rent sun loungers and parasols and where you can lay your towel on the wooden piers. In Kadırga Bay, where local and foreign tourists flock during the summer months, you can stay in boutique hotels, apart hotels and pensions suitable for all budgets, as well as in equipped camping areas.
16- Trojan Horse
The wooden Trojan Horse statue, which has become one of the world-famous symbols of Çanakkale, will immediately attract your attention on Kayserili Ahmet Paşa Street in Çanakkale Kordon. The lands of Çanakkale, where the Trojan War, one of the most important wars of the ancient world, took place, is visited by hundreds of thousands of foreign tourists every year for the Ancient City of Troy. The Trojan Horse idea, which brought the end of the Trojan War, which lasted more than 10 years, was invented by the legendary character Odysseus, according to the famous writer Homer. You can examine a gigantic example of the wooden Trojan Horse, which was filled with soldiers and given as a gift to the city, accompanied by the magnificent Çanakkale Bay and marina views.
Conkbayırı, one of the most important points of the Battle of Çanakkale, to which Mustafa Kemal Atatürk gave the order to attack, is one of the first places you should see in Çanakkale with its untouched natural beauty and historical importance. Conkbayırı, located between Karatepe and Besim Hill in the west of the Gallipoli Peninsula, also has a special importance as it is the place where a piece of shrapnel hit the clock in Atatürk’s pocket during the attack in 1915, and thanks to this, Atatürk’s life was saved.
In Conkbayırı, where you can see the impressive statue of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, you can watch the panoramic views of the Dardanelles and nature, and commemorate those days by visiting the places where the war took place. You can easily reach Conkbayırı every hour with Eceabat ferries.
Only 3 kilometers from Küçükkuyu, one of Çanakkale’s popular holiday resorts, the Yeşilyurt Village is hidden in the foothills of the Kaz Mountains; It is worth visiting as one of the most beautiful villages of Çanakkale with its hundreds of years old stone houses, century-old plane trees and narrow streets with cobblestones.
The historical stone houses of the village, which is protected as a protected area and where no new building can be built, serve as a boutique hotel for local and foreign tourists today. The village, where you can take great photos with its location overlooking the sea at the foot of the Kaz Mountains, is also famous for its organic olive oils. You can buy homemade tomato paste, organic olives and olive oils, local jams, tarhanas and saved medicinal herbs in the bazaar of Yeşilyurt Village, where you can take a nice day trip or stay in authentic decorated stone houses.
19- Ayazma Beach
Another popular beach where you can swim in Çanakkale is Ayazma Beach, located in Bozcaada, with its fine and golden sands. Restaurants, cafes and beach clubs are lined up around the beach, which is developed in terms of tourism opportunities. As the most beautiful beach of Bozcaada, Ayazma Beach, which is the first place where local and foreign tourists go to enjoy the sea, is also an ideal place for diving with its turquoise and clear sea. You can enjoy holiday seafood at the restaurants around the beach, where you can rent parasols and sun loungers.
20- Çanakkale Liberty Park
Freedom Park, which is easily accessible from Çanakkale city center and covers a large green area of 35,000 m2, lies on a hill known as 18 Mart Hill, which offers panoramic sea views. In addition to large green grass areas, children’s playgrounds, hiking trails, bicycle paths and country gardens, a miniature of the Ancient City of Troy and reliefs of the Dardanelles War are exhibited in the park.
In Freedom Park, also known as Lovers’ Hill due to its romantic sunset views, you can go for evening walks, do sports and spend a fun day with your children, accompanied by the magnificent views of the Dardanelles. You can reach Çanakkale Liberty Park, which is centrally located in Esenler District, with a short journey by public transport and taxis.
21- Çanakkale Mirrored Bazaar
In 1889, the Ottoman Sultan II. Mirrored Bazaar, which was built during the reign of Abdulhamid as a similarity to the famous Spice Bazaar in Istanbul and has become one of the places where the heart of commerce beats in Çanakkale since then, is among the important symbols of the city today.
Aynalı Çarşı, which has 57 shops selling local products, handicrafts and souvenirs, was restored in 2014; With its impressive architecture made of red stone, its arched door and walls decorated with embossed flower patterns, it is a work worth seeing from an architectural point of view. Don’t forget to stop by the bazaar on İnönü Street, which is open every day between 08:30 and 19:00, to examine the impressive architecture and to buy local products unique to Çanakkale.
22- Coal Port
Coal Harbor, one of the nature paradises that Çanakkale should definitely explore, is located in the Saros Bay section of the Gallipoli Peninsula. Kömür Port, a small cove surrounded by rocks surrounded by pine forests, is one of the hidden paradises of Çanakkale with its small sandy beach and crystal clear waters where you can see fish.
You can camp by setting up your tent among the pine trees at Kömür Port, which is one of the constant addresses of diving tours with its rich variety of fish, and immerse yourself in the cool waters where you can see every shade of green and blue. You can explore Kömür Harbor, which is one of the rare places that preserves its untouched natural beauty, where there are no facilities and businesses other than a small cafe, with boat tours or you can reach the bay in a short time by minibuses.
23- Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park
The Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park, which covers an area of 33.000 hectares in the south of the Gallipoli Peninsula and is one of the important points visited by millions of people every year, was established in 1973. The national park, which is a specially protected area recognized by the United Nations, is full of impressive monuments.
In the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park, which is protected as a historical site, where the graves and monuments of more than 150,000 British, French, New Zealand and Australian soldiers, as well as more than 60 thousand Turkish soldiers, are located, there is an interesting view among the trenches, forts, bastions and huge cannons where the war took place. You can live the day. The park, where you can experience emotional moments by visiting the martyrs’ graves, is among the places you must visit to see the impressive Çanakkale Martyrs’ Monument and to commemorate the thousands of martyrs we lost in the Battle of Çanakkale.
24- Kabatepe Beach
Kabatepe Beach, located in Eceabat district, is one of the most popular places with its beach surrounded by pine and olive trees. Kabatepe Beach, which is one of the must-visit places in Çanakkale to enjoy the clear and clean sea, is frequently visited by campers from all over the world, due to its well-equipped forest camp.
You can camp by renting tents in the equipped camping areas hidden in the forests around the beach, or you can enjoy the sea by laying your towel on the fine sandy beach. Kabatepe Beach, where you can find facilities where you can buy snacks, country gardens, walking paths, toilets, showers and recreation areas, is one of the favorite beaches of families with children with its shallow sea.
25- Çanakkale Martyrdom Monument
Çanakkale Martyrdom Monument, located in the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park, is an indispensable part of Çanakkale trips. Çanakkale Martyrdom Monument, which was built at a height of 41 meters, with the dimensions of 25 x 25 meters in a castle plan and with the design of the Roman Triumphal Arch, also symbolizes the letter M of the word Mehmetçik with its unique design.
The construction of the monument, which has an impressive Turkish flag figure embroidered with mosaics on its ceiling, and Mehmet Akif Ersoy’s poem titled Çanakkale Martyrs is embroidered, started in 1954 and the monument was opened to visitors on August 21, 1960. You can also see the famous words of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk about the foreign soldiers who lost their lives in the region in 1934 at the entrance of the Çanakkale Martyrdom Monument, which was built to commemorate the Turkish soldiers who lost their lives in the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park and is the most visited place in the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park. . After visiting the monument, you can stroll among the interesting monuments, visors, castles and battlements in the national park.
26- Museum of Troy
Located right at the entrance of the Ancient City of Troy and one of the most important archeology museums not only in Çanakkale but also in Turkey, the Troy Museum was opened to visitors in 2018. The museum, where thousands of priceless artifacts obtained during the excavations in and around the Ancient City of Troy, which has been the subject of many legends, are exhibited; With its 3000 m2 exhibition hall, 11,200 m2 closed area and its garden where magnificent stone works are exhibited, it is among the places that history and archeology enthusiasts must visit in Çanakkale.
In the collections of the Troy Museum, you can see many objects from the Neolithic Age to the Bronze Age and Iron Age, such as diagrams, drawings, inscriptions, axes, cutting tools, sculptures, terracotta ceramics, metal pots, weapons, coins and glass bracelets. You can visit the museum between 09:00 and 20:00 in the summer and between 09:00 and 18:00 in the winter, and you can easily reach the museum by minibuses from the center of Çanakkale.
27- Kilitbahir Castle
Located in Kilitbahir Village, a small village in Eceabat district, and shown as one of the most beautiful castles in Turkey, Kilitbahir Castle is a fascinating architectural work built by Fatih Sultan Mehmet. Unlike other Ottoman castles , Kilitbahir Castle, which was built in the shape of a three-leaf clover, was built in a position overlooking the Dardanelles in order to prevent the Byzantines from helping the Byzantines during the siege of Istanbul.
Kilitbahir Castle, which has 7 floors and a triangular plan, has managed to remain intact until today with its internal and external waters surrounding it. You can visit the inner rooms of the castle, which was registered as a cultural asset to be protected in 1980 and restored in 2013, and take pictures of the magnificent Dardanelles Strait views from its waters. You can easily reach Kilitbahir Castle by Gestaş ferries or minibuses, which you can find every hour in the center of Çanakkale. You can visit Kilitbahir Castle between 09:00 and 19:00 in summer and between 08:00 and 17:00 in winter for a small fee every day except Mondays.
28- Anzac Cove
The small Anzac Cove, located on the Gallipoli Peninsula, is known worldwide for the 1915 Anzac landings during the Dardanelles War. The 600-meter-long bay is surrounded by Arıburnu hills surrounded by pine forests. Anzac Cove, where Anzac Day commemorations are held every year on April 25, is among the places frequently visited by holidaymakers who want to swim in a quiet and peaceful atmosphere with its natural beauties as well as its historical importance.
Representative tombs and monuments were built for the Anzac soldiers who died during the landing in the region where there are no touristic facilities and construction. At Anzac Cove, you can both visit the historical sites where the war took place and take pictures of the impressive sea and nature views.
29- Kefalos Beach
Kefalos Beach, one of the most famous beaches of Çanakkale, is located in Gökçeada, one of the most popular touristic centers of the city, and is also known as Aydıncık Beach. Kefaloz Beach, famous for its 1200-meter-long beach surrounded by golden sands, is one of the best places to go windsurfing after Çeşme and Alaçatı in Turkey with its windy structure and choppy sea.
You can find restaurants, boutique hotels, hostels and well-equipped camping areas around Kefalos Beach, where you can do activities such as windsurfing, kitesurfing and paragliding by getting a short training at the water sports centers serving on the beach. Kefalos Beach, where minibus services are organized from Gökçeada center twice in the morning and evening, is one of the places you should definitely visit during your Çanakkale trips to do water sports and to enjoy the clean sea on the long golden sandy beach.
30- Ancient City of Troy
The Ancient City of Troy, which I mentioned in Homer’s famous Iliad Epic and where the Trojan War, one of the greatest wars of the ancient world, took place, was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1998. It is visited by hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world every year and its historical BC. The ancient city of Troy, which dates back to 3000 BC, is also one of the most important archaeological excavation sites in the world.
Many priceless historical artifacts unearthed from the ancient city, which was built in a position dominating the region and where the first excavations were carried out at the end of the 1800s, were smuggled abroad. You can take an unforgettable journey in history among impressive statues, baths, ancient theaters, reliefs carved into the rocks and inscriptions in the ancient city, where many works are exhibited in the Troy Museum, which was established just at the entrance of the city. The Ancient City of Troy, where you can find guided tours throughout the year and get interesting information about the Trojan War from the guides, is one of the historical treasures we definitely recommend visiting during your Çanakkale trips.
31- Tavaklı Beach
Only 74 kilometers away from the center of Çanakkale, Tavaklı is famous for its golden sandy beach with magnificent views of the Kaz Mountains. Tavaklı, which has attracted attention with its natural beauty since ancient times and whose ancient name means beauty, is an ideal place to get away from the crowd and noise of the city by laying your towel under the pine and olive trees with its clean small beach, the deep blue sea where you can swim with colorful fish. Tavaklı, where you can easily reach Ezine minibuses from Çanakkale every hour, is one of the most preferred places in the region for camping and nature walks.
32- Çanakkale Clock Tower
Çanakkale Clock Tower, built in 1897 and located on Kemalpaşa Neighborhood in the center of Çanakkale, is one of the city’s most well-known landmarks. The clock tower, which was built as a 5-storey cone design during the reign of Abdülhamid II, is quite similar to the famous clock towers of İzmir. On the 4th floor of the Çanakkale Clock Tower, which has clocks on all four sides and which will immediately draw your attention with its impressive stone architecture, II. Abdülhamit’s tughra is also included. The clock tower, which is one of the important meeting points of the city and where you can take magnificent photos when it is illuminated at night, is one of the historical structures that you should stop by and take photos while visiting Çanakkale.
33- Assos Ancient City
The Ancient City of Assos, which is the most visited ancient city in Çanakkale along with the Ancient City of Troy, is located within the borders of the Behramkale Village of the Ayvacık district. The ancient city of Assos, which fascinates local and foreign tourists with its historical importance and natural beauty, is located just across Lesbos Island in the BC. It was built around 900 BC.
The Ancient City of Assos, where Aristotle, one of the famous thinkers of antiquity, also lived for years and founded philosophy schools, was one of the most important centers of culture, art and science of its time. While visiting the city, you can examine the famous Temple of Athena and the gigantic ancient theater, which have survived to the present day. After the tour, you can take a break on the coast of the ancient city and enjoy the sea at the threshold of historical sights. You should definitely visit the ancient city of Assos, which is an indispensable part of trekking tours as well as historical and cultural tours, for both its historical treasures and natural beauties.
34- Papaz Beach
Located within the borders of Ezine district, 45 kilometers from the center of Çanakkale, Papaz Beach is one of the most beautiful places to enjoy the sea away from the crowds, with its fine sandy beach stretching in a virgin bay overlooking the Dardanelles. Papaz Beach is also loved by families with children because of its shallow sea. Papaz Beach, with a small number of small boutique hotels, pensions and fish restaurants in its vicinity, is one of the hidden paradises of Çanakkale, and it is quite calm throughout the year. You can easily go to the beach with a 45-minute journey with Ezine minibuses, which you can find every half hour at Çanakkale Bus Terminal.
35- Akbaş Cemetery
The Akbaş Martyrs’ Cemetery, located in the Akbaş locality at the 30th kilometer of the Gallipoli-Eceabat road, was organized and opened to visitors in 1945. The martyrdom, located next to the Akbaş Port, was designed in memory of the soldiers who were martyred on the ships that were under heavy attack and sunk during the Dardanelles War.
The names of 754 martyrs are commemorated on the reliefs in Akbaş Martyrdom, which has a very emotional view with 459 symbolic tombstones, and Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s famous “Turkish Commanders knew how to command, Turkish soldiers to die. This is the secret of our war victory.” writes the lyrics. You can visit the area with the impressive Mehmetçik statues with guides and get interesting information about that period.
36- Marble Cape
Marble Cape, also known as Aquarium Bay, takes its name from its crystal clear sea reminiscent of an aquarium and is one of the most beautiful places to swim in Bozcaada, one of Çanakkale’s most popular tourist attractions. Marble Cape, which has a beauty worth seeing with its turquoise sea and impressive rock formations surrounding it, is one of the constant addresses of scuba and tubeless diving tours due to its rich underwater diversity.
You can also find a minibus at 11:00, 14:00 and 17:00 every day to Marble Cape, which you can reach with a 2-hour nature walk from the center of Bozcaada. You can sunbathe by laying your towel on the rocks at Marble Cape, which is frequently visited for its hiking trails and equipped camping areas accompanied by magnificent sea and rock views, and you can swim with shoals of fish by diving.
37- Pink Lake
One of the only 8 pink lakes in the world can be visited in Dalyan Village of Çanakkale. Offering an enchanting romantic landscape with its heart-shaped and pink-colored waters, Pink Lake has taken on a pink color due to its high salt content and healthy bacteria. Located right next to the deep blue sea, the lake; It is one of the constant addresses of photo safaris, nature trips, weddings and romantic trips. You can swim in the healthy waters of the lake, which is one of the places that local and foreign tourists visit in Çanakkale, and you can take wonderful photos by walking around the small lake.
38- Atikhisar Dam
Atikhisar Dam, one of the world-famous camping areas of Çanakkale, is only 15 kilometers from the city center. The hiking trails, recreation areas and equipped camping areas surrounding the dam lake, which is surrounded by vast pine forests, are visited by nature lovers from all over the world.
Atikhisar Dam is also among the most visited places in the region for angling, trekking, mountain bike tours, yoga and meditation camps. You can find facilities such as electricity, drinking water, food, beverages and toilets in equipped campsites; You can go on canoe trips in the summer months in the pond of Atikhisar Dam or enjoy the cool waters accompanied by impressive mountain views.
39- Çanakkale Archeology Museum
of the Çanakkale Archeology Museum, located on 100. Yıl Caddesi, one of the most lively streets of the city, next to Çanakkale Kordon, began to be developed during the Atatürk period. Çanakkale Archeology Museum, which is one of the richest archaeological museums in Turkey, exhibits more than 12.000 artifacts, more than 15.000 coins and over 2000 ethnographic artifacts obtained during excavations at many important points such as the Ancient City of Troy and the Ancient City of Assos around Çanakkale, It is the first place you should visit to discover the history of the city.
In the museum, which consists of 6 sections, you will have the chance to see the unique artifacts such as the objects dating back to the Iron Age, the famous Aphrodite statue and the Dardanos Tumulus, as well as the artifacts unearthed from the ancient city. You can visit the museum, which is open every day of the week between 08:00 and 19:00 in the summer months and between 08:00 and 17:00 in the winter months, with the Müzekart or with guides for a small fee.
40- 57th Infantry Regiment Cemetery
Another important martyrdom in Çanakkale that is visited a lot is the 57th Infantry Regiment Martyrdom in Kocadere, Eceabat. In addition to the mausoleum of 628 soldiers and impressive statues, the statue depicting Hüseyin Kaçmaz, who died as a Çanakkale veteran at the age of 108, is worth seeing. You can also get interesting information about the Anzac landing from the guides at the Martyrdom of the 57th Infantry Regiment, which you can visit as part of the historical tours.
41- Çanakkale Pier Square
Pier Square, which is one of Çanakkale’s favorite sightseeing areas and stretches along the promenade; It is very active at all hours of the day with its walking tracks by the sea, resting areas, jogging and cycling paths. You can easily go to many districts of Çanakkale by ferry from İskele Square, which is very close to Çanakkale Naval Museum and Gestaş ferry ports . There are cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops where you can buy local products.
42- Sand Island
Sand Island, also known as Çardak Sand Island, located in Çardak town of Lapseki district of Çanakkale, is visited by thousands of local and foreign people every year with its fine sand, which is thought to be healing. Sand Island, which is visited by thousands of people who want to find healing especially for their joint and muscle problems by burying their bodies in the healing sands in the summer months, is one of the most beautiful places to swim in Çanakkale with its clear blue and clean sea. Sand Island, where there are no touristic facilities, offers a sight worth seeing, especially with its beautiful flowers that bloom in spring.
43- Çanakkale Naval Museum
Çanakkale Naval Museum, located on Yalı Street, which is very close to Çanakkale Kordon, has a striking collection as one of the richest maritime museums in Turkey. In the collections of the museum, which started to serve with a modern museum understanding in 2000, hundreds of objects are exhibited, from the model of the Nusret Minelayer to historical medals, uniforms, ship weapons and cannons. The Piri Reis gallery, painting exhibitions and miniature ship collections of the museum are worth seeing. You can visit Çanakkale Naval Museum between 09:00 and 16:30 on weekdays.
44- Ayazma Spring Nature Park
Located within the borders of Bayramiç district, Ayazma Pınarı Nature Park, where you can easily reach by minibuses and spend a beautiful day with nature away from the crowds of the city, covers a large green area of 5.85 hectares. Ayazma Pınarı Nature Park, which has beautiful waterfalls, streams surrounded by endemic plants, forest mansions, arbors, recreation areas, children’s playgrounds and walking paths in pine forests, is also famous for its air with high oxygen levels.
While walking in the park surrounded by chestnut, hornbeam, oak and linden trees, you can see 38 endemic plant species that are unique only to Kaz Mountains. You can take all the tiredness of the year in the country gardens and picnic areas in the park, where you can take magnificent nature photos in every season on the viewing terraces.
45- Piri Reis Museum
Çanakkale Piri Reis Museum, Turkey’s only marine sciences museum, was opened to visitors under Çanakkale Onsekiz Mayıs University. Some parts of Kitab-ı Bahriye, the most famous work of the world-famous Ottoman sailor Piri Reis, hundreds of years old sea maps, drawings about sea creatures, as well as more than 200 bone, cartilage, You can also examine dozens of interesting vehicles used in maritime history in the museum where vertebrate fish and crustaceans are exhibited.
In the most interesting part of the Piri Reis Museum, endangered sea turtles and Mediterranean seals are exhibited. The museum, which is only 2 kilometers away from Çanakkale Airport and which you can reach in a short time by public transport, is located within the Terzioğlu Settlement of Çanakkale Onsekiz Mayıs University and can be visited every day of the week.
46- Seyit Corporal Monument
Martyr Corporal Monument, located in Rumeli Mecidiye Bastion in Eceabat district, is one of the most photographed monuments in Çanakkale. The monument, which was built to commemorate Seyit Onbaşı, who became legendary for lifting a 275-kilogram cannonball alone during the Dardanelles War, offers an impressive view across the Dardanelles. We recommend you to visit the Seyit Corporal Monument both to visit other martyrdoms and monuments in the region and to enjoy the stunning views of the Bosphorus.
47- Hamzaköy Beach
Hamzaköy Beach, which is one of the popular blue flag beaches of Çanakkale’s Gelibolu district and only 3 kilometers away from the district center, will make you feel like you are in the Mediterranean with its long fine sandy beach and clear waters where you can see the fish. The beach you can use free of charge; In addition to its 750 meters of beach, it is also very popular with its shallow sea, which is ideal for novice swimmers and children.
At Hamzaköy Beach, where facilities such as a disabled ramp and a toilet for the disabled are provided, you can also find facilities such as lifeguard service, picnic area, parking lot, locker cabin, toilet and health cabin. Restaurants, cafes, boutique and apart-hotels are also lined up around Hamzaköy Beach, which is very lively in the summer months .
48- Çanakkale Nilüfer Lake
Located in Biga, the charming town of Çanakkale, and covering an area of 2 decares with its unique view, Lake Nilüfer takes its name from the lotus flowers that surround the lake. Nilüfer Lake, which offers a beautiful scenery that you can see in very few places in Turkey with its white lotus flowers especially in spring and summer, is one of the most popular addresses for nature trips and photography tours in Çanakkale. Nilüfer Lake, whose untouched natural beauty is meticulously preserved and severe punishments are imposed even for those who pluck the flowers, is worth exploring as one of the hidden natural wonders of our country.
49- Çanakkale Ceramic Museum
Çanakkale is a world-famous city with its ceramics as well as its historical and natural beauties. You can find the chance to see the archaeological and contemporary ceramic works of Çanakkale up close by visiting the Çanakkale Ceramic Museum, which was put into service in 2013.
You can also attend fairs, design competitions, workshops and workshops at Çanakkale Ceramic Museum, which hosts beautiful permanent and temporary exhibitions, and also carries out activities for the promotion of Çanakkale ceramics in the international arena. The museum, where you can see the beautiful ceramic objects produced in Çanakkale throughout history, is located in a beautiful location on Kaya Street in Cevatpaşa Mahallesi and can be visited every day except Mondays.
50- Respect for History Park
Located in Zübeyde Hanım Square in Çanakkale’s Eceabat district, the highly visited Respect for History Park is in a beautiful location right next to the Eceabat ferry port. In the park, which draws attention with the impressive Respect for History Monument at a height of 12 meters, miniature designs in which every detail of the Dardanelles War is animated, the statues of many important commanders, especially Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, who led the war, the Dardanelles War animations, the Dardanelles Strait and the Gallipoli Peninsula maps. You can browse the section. The park, where you can have a pleasant trip and get interesting information about the Battle of Çanakkale, one of the most important battles of our history, is among the places we recommend you to see in Eceabat trips.
51- Çanakkale City Museum
Çanakkale City Museum, the best place to go to understand the history and culture of Çanakkale for thousands of years, is a place frequently visited by tourists visiting the city. In the museum, which serves in a two-storey historical building located on Fetvane Street in Kemalpaşa district, documents, images, photographs and local products reflecting the city’s culture are exhibited, covering important periods of Çanakkale from ancient times to the Ottoman period, the 1st World War and the Battle of Çanakkale. You can visit the museum, which also attracts attention with its archives, libraries and activities, free of charge, between 10:00 and 19:00 in the summer, and between 10:00 and 17:00 in the winter, every day of the week except Mondays.
52- Habbele Beach
Habbele Beach, one of the most beautiful and popular beaches of Bozcaada, the touristic paradise of Çanakkale, is much calmer than the other famous beach of the island, Ayazma Beach. The beach has a golden sandy beach and crystal clear waters. Habbele Beach, which is one of the beaches where families with children can have a pleasant time with its shallow sea, also offers facilities where you can rent sun loungers and parasols or buy snacks. Even on the hottest summer days, it is possible to go to Habbele Beach, which you must visit to experience a pleasant sea day with warm winds, easily by minibuses that depart from Bozcaada center every half an hour.
53- Kestanbol Hot Springs
Located within the borders of Ezine district and visited all year round to enjoy the healing waters of Çanakkale, Kestanbol Thermal Springs covers a large area of 22.000 square meters. Accommodation services, a health center with expert therapists, indoor and outdoor thermal pools, and family baths, you can find healing in the hot springs, as well as rejuvenate by relieving the tiredness of the year by enjoying the fresh air and lush natural beauties.
54- Hidden Harbor Bay
Hidden Liman Bay, which is one of the hidden natural beauties of Çanakkale like its name and located in Uğurlu Village of Gökçeada, is one of the most special places you can go to enjoy the sea with its sheltered structure surrounded by steep rocks and its fine sandy beach. You can set up a tent among the pine forests surrounding the Secret Harbor Bay, which is 25 kilometers away from the center of Gökçeada and can be reached by a 30-minute journey with Uğurlu Village minibuses, and you can have a good time by snorkeling, scuba and tubeless diving to witness the rich underwater riches.
55- Kocakum Bay
The small Kocakum Bay, surrounded by steep rocks on both sides, is located in the town of Karabiga in the Biga district. This small cove, which was formed naturally over thousands of years, is another of the beauties of Çanakkale that you should discover with its untouched natural beauty and turquoise sea where colorful fish swim. You can find small restaurants and pensions within walking distance of the bay, where there are no touristic facilities . Kocakum Bay, where you can set up your tent and camp, is also preferred for diving among the rocks and seeing dozens of sea creatures up close.
56- Rumeli Mecidiye Bastion
Rumeli Mecidiye Bastion, located right next to the Namazgah Bastion on the Gallipoli Peninsula, is an impressive Ottoman period structure built in 1892 during the reign of Abdulhamid II. The bastion, which has managed to remain intact until today with its striking stone architecture, also hosts the graves of 16 soldiers who were martyred during the Battle of the Dardanelles Bosphorus. You can explore the Rumeli Mecidiye Bastion, which also includes the famous Seyit Corporal Monument, with guided tours, and you can see the German-made giant cannons with a diameter of 28 cm.
57- Anatolian Hamidiye Bastion
Located in the Barbaros Quarter in the center of Çanakkale and built by Sultan Abdulhamid II in 1892 to ensure the security of the Dardanelles, the Anatolian Hamidiye Bastion offers a sight worth seeing right next to the Çanakkale Wars History Museum. The bastion, which has sections decorated with striking stone architecture of the Ottoman period, is also an important part of the museum with its huge cannons.
By visiting both the museum and the bastion together, you can examine the huge cannons used in the war and the museum collections describing the details of the Dardanelles War. There are walking and cycling paths, playgrounds for children, viewing terraces, an amphitheater where events are held, parade ground and cafeterias in the bastion, which you can easily reach as it is located in the city center. You should definitely examine the miniatures of important architectural structures of the region such as Kilitbahir Castle in the wide green area of the Anatolian Hamidiye Bastion, and the miniature depiction of the Dardanelles Strait stretching from the Marmara Sea to the Aegean Sea.
58- Canakkale Aquapark
Çanakkale Aquapark, located on Sahil Yolu Street in the center of Çanakkale, is a popular touristic center where families with children visit the city and spend a pleasant day. Çanakkale Aquapark, which has a huge 11.5-meter water slide, various slides of various sizes, entertainment pools and a children’s pool, is also famous for being the largest water park in the region. Çanakkale Aquapark, where animations and fun competitions for children are held throughout the day, is open every day of the week between 10.30 and 18.30.
59- Rhapsodos Mosaic Workshop
Located in the center of Çanakkale and one of the most important art centers of the city, Rhapsodos Mosaic Atelier provides service in an old Jewish quarter where classical mansions are lined up on Yeni Havra Street. Portraits of the legendary heroes of the Trojan War attract the attention of foreign tourists in the workshop, where 43 mosaic portraits prepared with the famous ceramics of Çanakkale are exhibited.
At the workshop, where you can visit its permanent exhibition titled A Trojan Tale, you can also order special mosaic portraits and participate in workshops and workshops. You can visit the Rhapsodos Mosaic Workshop by making an appointment between 09:00 and 18:00 every day of the week except Sundays.
60- Bigali Castle
Çanakkale is a city famous for its beautiful castles, and one of the most interesting castles you should definitely see on your trip is Bigali Castle, which is 5 kilometers away from the town of Eceabat. The impressive castle, which was started during the reign of Selim III and finished during the reign of Mahmut II, was built on the coastline between Eceabat and Gallipoli, and the stones of the Ancient City of Sestos were used in its construction.
Bigali Castle is one of the important castles protecting the Dardanelles Strait, together with Nara Castle, which is right across it. During the Dardanelles War, the area between the two castles was covered with steel nets so that the enemy ships would not pass through the strait, and the security of the strait was preserved. You can explore Bigali Castle with Çanakkale history and culture tours, and take pictures of the most beautiful views of the Bosphorus from the walls of the castle.
61- Big Bony Nose
One of the truly hidden paradises of Çanakkale, Büyük Boneli Cape draws attention with its untouched natural beauties and striking rock formations that were formed naturally over thousands of years. Located a short walk from the Anafartalar Village of Eceabat district, Büyük Boneli Burnu is one of the most ideal places in Çanakkale for swimming or diving with its glass-clear sea where you can see the impressive rock formations under the water as well as its quiet and peaceful atmosphere.
You can take nature walks around the bay surrounded by steep rocks, and enjoy the magnificent view and clean air by swimming among the rock ponds. The fish farms serving in the region are among the places frequented by both the people of Çanakkale and the tourists to taste fresh fish with a magnificent view.
62- Güneyli Village Beach
With its beach hidden among the lush green hills of Güneycik Village in Çanakkale’s Gelibolu district, its clean sea where you can see every shade of blue, it is a place that should be explored by those who want to get away from the crowds of the city and enjoy the sea in a deserted environment.
There are no construction or touristic facilities on the coast of Güneyli Village, where novice swimmers and families with children can spend time with pleasure, as it has a very shallow sea. After enjoying the sea in a peaceful atmosphere, you can stop by Güneyli Village to taste local Çanakkale home cooking and buy organic products grown by the villagers.
63- Kilye Bay
Kilye Bay, which has been a popular holiday region since ancient times with its fascinating natural beauty, is located within the borders of Eceabat district. The ancient structures from the Roman period lined up around the bay surrounded by dozens of plants are also worth seeing.
Kilye Bay, which has been preferred by boats for anchoring for ages due to its sheltered structure against cold north winds and being a natural harbor, is one of the most popular addresses for boat trips organized in Çanakkale today. After enjoying the sea in the bay, where diving tours are organized with its deep blue and clear sea, you can visit the Kilye Bay Information Center to get information about the bay, which has been inhabited since ancient times, and visit the Roman ruins.
64- Kemerdere Aqueduct
One of the hidden historical treasures of Çanakkale, the 5000-year-old Kemerdere Aqueduct is an impressive stone structure that carries water to the Ancient City of Troy. Located in Kemerdere Village, which is famous for its natural beauties, you can cool off in the icy waters on hot summer days in the small ponds next to the aqueduct, which offers a wonderful view with its stone architecture stretching between two steep slopes.
B.C. The Kemerdere Aqueduct, which is thought to have been built in the Early Roman Period around 753 and was used extensively during the Ancient City of Troy, is one of the most popular addresses for photography tours with its architecture that has survived until today and the fascinating rock ponds surrounding it.
65- Geyikli Beach
The blue flag beach of Geyikli town of Ezine district is 54 kilometers from Çanakkale and only 12 kilometers from Ezine district. Geyikli Beach, which you can easily reach by minibuses you can find every hour, is one of the beaches of Çanakkale, which has been awarded the blue flag due to its clean beach and deep blue sea. Geyikli Beach, where many famous movies were shot on its long fine sandy beach, is one of the three most popular beaches of the district, along with Aktaş Beach and Ezine Beach. After enjoying the clean sea of the beach, you can also stop by the town of Geyikli and wander the streets decorated with colorful flowers and centuries-old plane trees.
66- Taşkapı Bay
Taşkapı Bay, which is located in Kumburun Village of Ezine, the touristic town of Çanakkale and has managed to preserve its untouched beauty since it has just been discovered, offers an unforgettable sea pleasure among olive and pine trees. You can also find picnic tables, a playground and equipped camping areas in the bay, where you can have an unforgettable swimming experience with its shallow sea of fine sand and a beach surrounded by pine forests.
Taşkapı Bay, where you can lay your towel in the pine forests and enjoy the deep blue scenery accompanied by the sounds of birds, is one of Çanakkale’s hidden natural paradises that must be discovered. You can easily go to Taşkapı Bay with the Ezine minibuses you can find every hour.
67- Guzelyali Beach
The immaculate beach of Güzelyalı, which is only 15 kilometers away from Çanakkale center, is one of the popular beaches where you can easily reach by public transport from Çanakkale and where you can swim in the cool waters. You can also do dozens of water sports on the beach where you can rent beach gardens, beach clubs, sun loungers and parasols.
You can find picnic areas, children’s playgrounds, parking lot, toilets, showers, changing cabins around Güzelyalı Beach, and boutique or apart hotels with sea views. The beach opens at 10:00 in summer and is free to the public until midnight.
68- Kepez Beach
Kepez Public Beach, which you can easily reach by walking from the center of Çanakkale, is in a beautiful location on Sahil Yolu Street. Kepez Beach, which received the blue flag award for its clean sea ; It attracts attention with its long beach, cafes, restaurants, touristic facilities and small camping area. You can have a pleasant sea day with your children on the 700-meter beach of Kepez Beach, where you can find a disabled ramp, disabled toilet, lifeguard, shower, sun lounger, changing cabin and toilet facilities.
69- Kucukkuyu Harbor
The charming fishing port of Küçükkuyu, a touristic town in the Ayvacık district of Çanakkale, is one of the most beautiful places to taste fresh seasonal fish in shabby fish restaurants accompanied by magnificent sunset views and to go for pleasant evening walks.
You can take a walk among the rocks up to the lighthouse in Küçükkuyu Harbor, which has a wonderful view with the tea gardens, walking paths, resting areas and colorful fishing boats lined up along the coast, and you can spend a fun night by tasting Çanakkale fish and local appetizers at the fish restaurants accompanied by a fasil. You can stop by the souvenir shops lined up in the port to examine dozens of local products.
70- Sokakagzi Beach
Sokakağzı Beach, another fascinating beach of Çanakkale, is located in a beautiful location where blue and green meet in Assos, only 84 kilometers from Çanakkale centre. Sokakağzı Beach, whose deep blue sea is surrounded by pine forests, attracts a lot of attention with its fine sandy and clean beach.
Boutique hotels, restaurants, cafes and fish restaurants are lined up around the beach, where tourism opportunities are developed. You can do dozens of water sports such as windsurfing, kitesurfing, canoeing, sailing and parasailing at Sokakağzı Beach, where you can rent sun loungers and parasols, and spend an unforgettable day at Sokakağzı Beach, which is shown as one of the most beautiful beaches of Assos.
71- Mehmet Akif Ersoy Museum
Mehmet Akif Ersoy House Museum, located in the town of Bayramiç, 71 kilometers from the center of Çanakkale, and opened as a museum after the restoration of the house where one of our famous poets, Mehmet Akif Ersoy was born, is one of the places worth visiting with its striking architecture and impressive exhibitions.
The wax statue of Mehmet Akif Ersoy on his desk and rooms decorated with period furniture in the museum, which is located on Mehmet Akif Ersoy Street, for which he gave his name; The large size of the poet’s identity card, personal belongings, books, poems, period newspapers and antiques are on display. At the Mehmet Akif Ersoy Museum, which you can visit free of charge, you can both examine the impressive stone and wooden architecture and go on a journey to the first periods of the republic.
72- Zargana Beach
The small Zargana Beach located in Kilitbahir Village in Eceabat district; With its surrounding holiday villages, boutique hotels and magnificent sunset views, it is preferred both for day trips and for summer holidays. You can sunbathe and have a nice day by laying your towel on the wooden pier or under the trees on this small beach, which has a small sandy beach and is hidden among pine forests. After swimming to the fullest, you can also explore Kilitbahir Village, which is within walking distance of the beach, and the fascinating Kilitbahir Castle.
73- Dardanos Beach
The beach of Dardanos, a small seaside resort located only a 10-minute drive from the center of Çanakkale, is frequently visited by tourists visiting the city with its turquoise sea and crystal clear waters. There are also hotels around the beach, where you can rent umbrellas and sunbeds, small touristic facilities, picnic areas and water sports centers. You can also snorkel in the clear sea of Dardanos Beach, which is the most preferred place for windsurfing, sailing and kitesurfing in Çanakkale, as it is one of the windiest places in the region.
74- Namazgah Bastion
The Namazgah Bastion, which is one of the constant addresses of Çanakkale historical and cultural tours and whose foundation was laid in 1770, stretches between Kilitbahir Castle, which is the narrowest part of the Dardanelles, and Çimenlik Castle. Named after the Friday prayers during the Dardanelles War, the Namazgah Bastion was one of the most important points in the defense of Çanakkale with 16 coastal cannons.
The bastion, which was hit and damaged on March 18, 1915, is visited by thousands of people every year with its impressive stone architecture and the view overlooking the Bosphorus. In the Namazgah Bastion Museum, you can visit impressive sections such as documents from the period, shrapnel, weapons, photographs and wax statues symbolizing the daily life of soldiers.
75- New Zealand Memorial and Cemetery
Located in Conkbayırı, one of the most important addresses of Çanakkale history and culture tours, the New Zealand Monument and Cemetery was built in memory of 4223 Australian and 709 New Zealand soldiers who died here during the Dardanelles War. The magnificent monument, which draws attention with its impressive stone architecture in the area where the symbolic graves of the soldiers who died in the Anzac landing on 25 April 1915, are adorned with a great pilgrimage. You can also visit the chapel section of the New Zealand Monument and Cemetery, which is one of the most visited places by foreign tourists in Çanakkale.
76- Sahmelek Bay
Şahmelek Bay, located on the border of Biga district of Çanakkale and one of the most popular addresses of Çanakkale boat tours, is a fascinating place with its pine forests behind it and the sea where you can see every shade of blue. There are no facilities and constructions in the bay, where walking tours are also organized due to the historical treasures and natural beauties surrounding it. The bay, where you can enjoy the sea by laying your towel on the sandy beach or on the rocky areas, is one of the natural beauties of Çanakkale with its peaceful atmosphere. You can camp in the pine forests of Şahmelek Bay and benefit from the pensions, tea gardens and restaurants serving close to the bay.
77- Mavra Island
Mavra Island, also known as Rabbit Island, is another permanent address for boat and yacht trips in Çanakkale, and is located across the Kumburnu coast of Ezine district. Mavra Island, where scuba and tubeless diving tours are organized due to the rich fish varieties in the surrounding rocky areas, is also visited a lot due to its magnificent view where you can see every color from purple to blue at sunrise and sunset.