General ınformation on Gökçeada
Gökçeada, located at the intersection of the Aegean and Marmara climes, is the largest island of Turkey and is also known as the place where the sun was last sunk for Turkey because it is located to the west with its thin (hunting) nose. The island is quiet and tranquil at the addresses of holiday. The Financial Times described Gökçeada as “one of five Mediterranean islands” along with Italian Favignana, Croatian Vis, Spain Tabarca and Greek Founi, which you have probably never heard of for a perfect summer getaway.
Indeed, Gökçeada is popular as Antalya, Bodrum and Çeşme, in fact a bit cramped and crowded, a little further away from the holiday spots. Gokceada, at the point where Marmara and Aegean regions intersect, is a district with 10 villages connected to Çanakkale just opposite the Gallipoli Peninsula. The island is especially fond of local tastes, in a quiet and calm environment, for those who want to listen to the voice of nature and those who do not care about nightlife.
In the history dating back to the Archaic periods, it is noteworthy in Ada, where life has continued since probably 8 – 9 thousand years; Prohelen, Greek, Genoese, Byzantine and Ottoman cultures, the richness of natural life, the abundance of water not found in most of the island, flora and fauna,
The closure of the open prison in Ada in 1991 resulted in a great synergy with tourism, organic agriculture, organic livestock, sports and renewable energy potential.
Gökçeada has started to advertise its name with organic products as well as tourism. This industry, which is not an industrial establishment and has not met with chemical waste, is also suitable for agriculture and animal husbandry, as well as organic agriculture and animal husbandry.
Gökçeada, which is completely ready for tourism with its sparkling coastal areas, numerous hotels, pensions and apartments, has recently been in trouble even in the worst weather conditions. At the point of tourism, many businessmen have invested in the island in recent years and have enabled tourism to gain momentum. In fact, there are also name-hidden investors because of the forecast that Gökçeada will explode
Tourist villages like Kaleköy, Zeytinli, Bademli, and Tepeköy attract tourists; In the abandoned air of Derekoy attracts the attention of travelers. Apart from the churches and monasteries of the Greek rims, the laundry facilities next to the 200-500-year-old planes are also impressive.
In addition to the Bird Paradise Salt Lake, which is home to healing muddy water in the island, the Marmaros waterfalls, which are difficult to get to but the Cheese Rocks are worth seeing.
How to go to Gökçeada?
Flights to the island started at least 3 days a week from İstanbul SabihaGökçen and Ankara Esenboğa airports. Besides, if you start sea-going flights between Alaçatı and İzmir, do not be surprised. In addition, Kabatepe and Çanakkale are provided with comfortable sea buses and ferry. Direct bus services are being carried out from Istanbul to increase the number of summers in the summer. The unreachable perception and destiny of Gökçeada was destroyed. It is now possible to reach and touch Ada in all conditions.