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Mordogan is a spot where amateur fishery is quite popular. Here, you can buy fresh fish from the local people or you can catch your own fish. There are delicious fish restaurants awaiting you along the Port at the centre of Karaburun that is 20 km away. The most preferred fish types in the region are red mullet and grey mullet. Fish patties and poached sardinella are other tastes you need to try for sure. As anywhere in Aegean, vegetable appetizers play the leading role in Mordogan. Salads with wild radish and artichoke are pretty famous. Besides, don’t forget to taste appetizers like taraxacum officinale, date palm, ivy and asparagus roasting.
Mordogan is located 85 km to the city centre of Izmir and 95 km to Adnan Menderes Airport. If you are going to use public transport, it’s possible to access Mordogan with buses taking off every hour from the bus terminal. You can find almost any kind of accommodation property in Mordogan. You can stay in an apartment or in a boutique hotel, if you want. Offering only bed and bed & breakfast options, Mordogan hotels await you with affordable prices if you book early.
Mordogan is located right across Uzunada in district Karaburun of Izmir. Being a small fishing town at the same time, the neighbourhood is one of the most famous and beautiful spots in the peninsula. With its clean sea and lush nature, Mordogan is among the most peaceful holiday destinations in Aegean. Mordoğan'ın tarihi M.Ö. 4 binli yıllara uzanıyor. Bölgede ilk olarak Hitit uygarlığının yaşadığı, Mordoğan'ın daha sonra Aiol, Makedon, Roma, Bizans ve Osmanlı hakimiyetine girdiği biliniyor. Featuring more than 70 purple flowers, the town takes its name from the colours that flowers add to the sunrise. Not only sunrise in Mordogan but also sunset offers a fascinating view.
You can swim almost anywhere in Mordogan even by the port at the town centre. But of course, some of the beaches are more famous and popular than others. If you are looking for a quiet and peaceful address where a clean sea meets a green forest, the place you need to see is Manal Bay. The beach of the bay is stony and the sea that starts to deepen after 50 meters is sandy. Catalkaya Beach, Ayibaligi Beach and Ardic Beach are also the places where you can swim in Mordogan. There are also sea caves in the region where Ayibaligi Beach is located and this area is one of the most important breeding sites for Mediterranean monk seals that are in danger of extinction. The ones who don’t swim well can go to Kocakum Beach which is located at the centre and has a shallow sea.
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