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Port Marmara, Balikesir, Turkey
The Port Marmara ( Marmara Adasi in Turkish) is located in the town of Ayvalik in Balıkesir region. Ayvalık is surrounded by the archipelago of Ayvalık Islands, close to the Greek island of Lesbos.With a population close to 30,000, which increases during the summer period, Ayvalık is famous for the quality of the olive oil production, and its holiday resorts. The waters and their colours are impressive here, the beaches are sandy and silent and the green areas remind the travellers of the origins of the humanity. Inside of the town, the tourists will discover ancient, traditional buildings and welcoming locals. The Taksiyarhis Kilisesi, the religious building of Saatli Cami, the diving services and the beaches are the main attractions in this area. Those who want to stay for a few days in Ayvalik can accomodate at traditional hotels like Hotel Sobe, Yund Antik Cunda Konaklari or amazingly modern ones, such as the Ortunc Hotel or the Mola Cunda Hotel.
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Cancellation Policy of Port Marmara : 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