Sile & Agva are two small, beautiful towns with utopic nature situated on the Black Sea Coast of Istanbul province. Due to its easy access from Istanbul, it provides ideal opportunities for those who want to escape to nature from the complexity of a big city and enjoy a peaceful holiday. Travel Booking Turkey by Imperial Travel Turkey, who is a long running travel agency specialized on individual and combined Turkey Tour packages, created Sile Agva Tour from Istanbul upon the demands of its guests and will briefly discuss about it in today’s article of Daily Sile Agva Tour.
For Daily Sile Agva Tour, we depart early in the morning, pick up the guests from their hotels around Old City and drive to Sile, our first spot, via 2.5 hours scenic ride with our highly confortable, air-conditining vehicle. Sile is a popular day-trip get away for Istanbulities whose population rapidly increases because of the many residents of Istanbul who have summer houses in the village. It is a small Black Sea fishing town placed on rocks. On our daily journey, we spend quite relaxing time in Sile, observing the black-white striped lighthouse and the Byzantine castle, then continue to Agva, our second pretty town. On our way, we visit Kabakoz village where our guests will have the opportunity to discover fishing village life. Depending on the season, we will relax and swim in the Kilimli Beach. When we arrive in Agva, we will enjoy a unique boat cruise on the Goksu River. Agva is situated between Goksu and Yesilcay Rivers and leans against a very green forest. It is a real natural miracle that attracts its visitors. We finish our journey in this natural beauty and go back to Istanbul after 18:00 and all guests will be transferred to their hotels.
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