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Bandirma Marina, Balikesir, Turkey
Bandirma Marina (formerly Panderma, ancient Panormos, from Greek: Πάνορμος, Panormos) is located in Bandirma, a city that has more than 140,000 inhabitants. This is a busy city, a commercial centre and its harbour serves usually as a transit point for trade between Istanbul and Izmir. Travellers who will moor here will have the opportunity to combine the cultural activities with the modern style for a few days, near the Turkish coastline. The Archaeological Museum is one of the most popular historical attractions in Bandirma. There are many hotels that can provide the tourists with comfort, such as the Grand Asya Hotel, the Odaman Hotel, the Hotel Eken Prestige and others. Near the marina, the travellers can walk on the wel-known promenades and admire the magnificent panoramas or spend relaxing times in the restaurants nearby. Situated in the immediate vicinity to the south, Lake Manya is a bird sanctuary and national park that worth visiting.
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Cancellation Policy of Bandirma Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Balikesir
The province of Balikesir or Balikesir Ili in Turkish, is located on the western side of the country, having an exit to the Marmara Sea and an exit to the Aegean Sea. Balikesir is bordered by Canakkale, Izmir, Manisa, Kutahya and Bursa and has more than 1.5 million inhabitants. This large Turkish city is well-known for its olive production and its beautiful beaches. This is an important touristic area where the oriental elements and the Ottoman style are easily recognisable.
The travellers are welcome in this historically charged place, where the natural environment plays an important role. The city of Balikesir was founded in 124 AD under the name of Hadrianutherae by the emperor Hadrian. Back then, the entire city comprised of a few houses and the castle but it quickly grew and prospered due to the perfect hunting conditions that were provided by the area. Today, Balikesir has almost 300 000 inhabitants and it represents one of the oldest establishments in Turkey... more info