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  • 48 hours

    in Yalova

    First Day

    Take some rest here by visiting the Walking Mansion, which is located by the sea where Mustafa Kemal Atatürk also stayed, and enjoy the sea view by drinking tea or coffee.

    Yalova is a city famous for its different tastes that combine meat and dough. Don't forget to try local delicacies such as Termal dessert, Termal sarma, Kaburga dolması and Termal soup during your visit.

    You will be mesmerized by the nature at Karaca Arboretum where you will be able to see 7,000 different plant species Let's take those who cannot get enough of the forest and green to Yalova City Forest. After a quiet walk in nature, you can see Erikli Waterfall and take beautiful landscape photos. Don't forget to visit Dipsiz Lake, which is 2.5 kilometers from Yalova City Forest.

    Second day

    Take a historical journey by visiting the Termal Mansion, where Atatürk also stayed from time to time. You will love the works in the mansion and the building constructed entirely of wood.

    Termal can be considered as one of the most relaxing locations of Yalova. It will be a visit that you will not want to end with various thermal springs and healing areas intertwined with forest. In Termal, you can see the Byzantine-era Kurşunlu Bath and relax in Yalova's famous Termal Springs.

    When your visit to the thermal springs is over, don't forget to take a look at local handicraft products such as Yalova's Çınarcık Handiworks and Yalova Tiles.