Black Sea Region of Turkey
Black Sea Region: A region of Northern turkey is the Black Sea region which is famous for its natural and organic beauty. It is quite verdant and humid and because of these high rain levels (which are distributed quite evenly through the whole year) the natural beauty is maintained throughout the year. Black Sea turkey is heavily forested and quite mountainous.
In this region, the main travel point that is renowned for visiting is the three hundred and fifty km road that starts from Amasra and goes all the way to Sinop. The most breathtaking and beautiful quality of this road is the fact that it is situated along the coastline. It might take a couple of days to travel if public transport systems are utilized for travelling the whole area.
Spending a night at any one of the miniature towns situated along the coastline can be expected and one such example is of Inebolu. The bus service in the region is from one town to another and considering the way public transport goes, the visitors should expect to reach one town after the last bus of that city has left. The towns that are built on the way are quite unpretentious and un-spoilt and can be viewed in a day by a motorcycle. Those who dislike the heat and humidity of the summer in the Mediterranean and Aegean regions of Turkey, escape to the plateaux of the mountains in the Black Sea region which are almost permanently cloudy and receive immense amounts of rain and are very attractive with rich flora and fauna, forests, crater lakes, waterfalls, rivers, streams, mountain and nature walk, rafting, canoe and winter sports, hunting and fishing, grass skiing, healing water and local dishes.
Amasya Province, Artvin Province, Bartın Province, Bayburt Province, Bolu Province, Çorum Province, Düzce Province
Giresun Province, Gümüşhane Province, Karabük Province, Kastamonu Province,
Ordu Province, Rize Province, Samsun Province, Sinop Province, Tokat Province, Trabzon Province, Zonguldak Province