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Considered to be constructed in ancient period, the castle only has one bush remained and there is a harbour in the front. Small boats sailing under the bridges which divide the harbour into two gather together in the inner pool and forms a great scenery for photographs. The tower, where you can find detailed information regarding the history of the region and which is used under the name of Piri Reis (famous navigator from Gallipoli) today, should be among the places to visit. To catch the most beautiful forms of the nature, we recommend you have a weekend break at Gulf of Saros, known as Melas Kolpos in the ancient age, which is very close to Gallipoli. One of the most visited spots in the region, this heaven-like place is among the self-cleaning gulfs in the world.
Among the domestic places one should definitely see, Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park hosts monuments and martyrdoms for those who lost their lives during the Battle of Canakkale. You will grieve, get emotional, get lost in thoughts amidst the memories at every corner and if you walk around this large area with a guide, you will get more detailed information. There, you must see Kilitbahir Castle, listed in Cultural Assets in Need of Protection; Namazgah Bastion that was turned into museum; Canakkale Martyrs’ Memorial that was built for Turkish soldiers and Conkbayiri where attack order was given.
Fish and sea products in Gallipoli are quite famous thanks to its connections with Marmara and Aegean Sea. Offering fresh fish at every hour of the day, the most popular one is of course sardine. Local people eats sardine without cleaning, we recommend you eat it as grilled without fishbone. Since you are in Gallipoli, don’t forget to try Cheese Halva and Mevlevi Dessert which are among the famous tastes of the region as well as seafoods.
Built by the Architect Mustafa Aga in 1656, Gallipoli Mevlevi Lodge is the largest Mevlevi lodge in the world. One of the first places to visit in Gallipoli, this gorgeous structure has the largest sama house among fifteen dervish monasteries (“asitane”) which used to raise dervishes. You can breathe in the mystical atmosphere of the region’s history and witness the beauty of sama ceremonies. One of the landmarks of Gallipoli Peninsula and built in 1856, Gallipoli Lighthouse guides ships passing from Istanbul Bosporus through Canakkale Bosporus. You can sip your tea among the good-humoured and warm-hearted people in the parks and coffee shops around the lighthouse and enjoy the unique view.
Once you have found a place at one of the many accommodation properties that offer a historical atmosphere in Gallipoli, one of the popular districts in Canakkale, you should hit the road right away because there is much to explore! If it’s the right time, don’t forget to attend one of the popular Gallipoli events; Golden Sardine Festival which hosts concerts, theatre shows and many activities that attract many domestic and foreign tourists. You can visit Village Guneyli, Anzak Bay, Komur Port and Hamzakoy Beach to enjoy sea and diving along with a magnificent atmosphere in touch with the nature.
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