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BORNOVA

Surface area 220 km2. Its population as of 2019 is 623,874 people.

It was founded on the Bornova Plain, which the ancients called “What a beautiful plain”.

Bornova has a rich tourism potential.

The Charlton Whittall Home-E.Finish. Rectorate Service Building),

  • Yesil Köşk (Yeşil Köşk), a sponge-cake Pavilion in Ege University campus,
  • Dramatists Pavilion,
  • Catholic Church of Santa Maria and Protestant churches,
  • Ruined Minaret Mosque,
  • Tomb Of Alishir-Nezir-Bashir Ghazi,
  • Grand Mosque (Hüseyin Isa Bey Mosque),
  • Sultan 2. Çiçekli village mosque built by Abdulhamit Khan in 1878,
  • It is located on the NIF stream and is located on the M.S.Roman Bridge, presumed to have been built in 300,
  • Manisa-Izmir-Aydin Caravan (Ottoman Pavement) Road,
  • Peterson Lodge,
  • Paggy Lodge,
  • Murat Evi (Haunted Mansion),
  • Giraud houses are worth seeing,and must be left to future generations and must be preserved.


ALİAĞA

It is in the north of Izmir. Area 390 km2, distance to Izmir 60 km.

Aliağa is 1 hour away from Izmir and is on the Aegean coast.

Aliağa has Manisa to the east, Foca to the west and Aegean Sea, Bergama to the north and Menemen to the South.

Aliağa is very rich in cultural and historical tourism supply.

The ancient city of Aiolya left by the aiols and the cities of Kyme, Myrina and Grynea are within the borders of Aliaga.

The ancient city of Kyme is 2 km from the highway. Kyme had his own pony during the same period as M.He. It was founded in 1100. The presence of fertile plains behind Kyme enabled the people to engage in agriculture. The people of Kyme, who were also engaged in seafaring, were famous for not taking taxes from ships that came to port for 200 years.

Izmir-Çanakkale highway to the ancient city of Kyme 55.km it is reached by a detaching road.

Myrina (Sebastopolin) is located in The Last Bay of the Gulf of Çandarlı at the confluence of the güzelhisar stream with the sea. The remains of the Necropist (cemetery) found on two hills and unearthed by the villagers as a result of a coincidence have been found and the number is around 5,000. The Hellenistic terra cottas unearthed from the graves are today in the Museums of Istanbul and the Louvre.

Gryneion is on the coast of the Gulf of Çandarlı, between Elaia and Myrina. The Temple of Apollo was known for its prophecies. M.He. It was demolished by Parmenion in 334. During the researches, stone blocks and ceramic fragments were found in two long wave breaks and towers which are thought to protect the harbor.

Towns see also;

  • In the village of Helvaci: prehistoric Artefacts were found. The Finds Are In The Izmir Museum.
  • Uzun Hasanlar; 2 km to the North and east of the village. it is in the distance and there are ruins of the castle.
  • Aşağışakran; there are cave, building and grave remains at the site of Seç Hill, Dungeon rocks.
  • Elaia is located near Zeytindağ pier and Incirlik within the borders of Aşağışakran.
  • Aigai; Nemrutkale is at the beginning of Güzelhisar tea. There are remains in sight.
  • Aliağa, where there is 1 investment certified facility (bed capacity 242), has 2 Tourism operating certified facilities and the capacity of these facilities is 160.

There is also a Bird Sanctuary in Aliağa, where there are birds such as flamingos, Stork, erguvani, Heron, Mallard, angit, snipe, Mediterranean gull, and Yali çadkını.


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BALÇOVA

The area is 29 km2. Konak is adjacent to Karabağlar and Narlıdere districts. 8 km from the center of Izmir. it is away. Balçova has a population of 77,311 as of 2014.

The first place that comes to mind when you are called Balçova is Inciraltı. Inciraltı has the indispensable beauty that the city breathes, with its fish restaurants lined under eucalyptus trees.

Inciraltı'daki Youth Park, Beach and coyote Cape Dalyanı are some of the gifts nature offers to the district.

Balçova has an important tourism potential in the world and in Turkey especially in terms of health tourism with a focus on thermal tourism.

M.Ö 1,200-1,400 years and used since the Agamemnon Hot Springs in the area referred to as; Balçova thermal Hotel, Kaya thermal, Wyndham Grand Izmir Özdilek Hotel, Inciraltı City Forest, 6 km. it has a length of coastline, Cable Car facilities and is one of the other riches of Balçova.

The number of accommodation facilities in our country is around 5 and the most important of these are the Balçova thermal facilities located in Izmir Balçova. In addition to the Normal rooms, there are rooms arranged for the disabled, rooms with anti-static flooring for allergic and asthmatic patients, and rooms suitable for patients with advanced rheumatism and disabilities.

Aerobics, step, gymnastics with tools, sauna massage, ambulance and emergency medical services etc. it is equipped with a health tourist service.

Thermal waters; waist and neck diseases (hernia, arthrosis, gliding etc.), rheumatic diseases, arthritis, fibromyalgia syndrome, orthopedic and fracture correction surgery, after surgery, prosthesis, peripheral neuropathy, nerve and tendon injuries, Nov and joint stiffness, and neurological disorders (spinal cord injuries, head trauma, stroke, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, balance - coordination impairments, cerebral palsy, facial paralysis), and progressive diseases can be treated Nov.

The number of operating certified facilities in the district is 3, with a capacity of 599 rooms and 1,204 beds. One of these facilities is 5-star, while the others are 4 and 3-star tourism activities.


BAYINDIR

79 km from Izmir. Bayındır is located in the Küçük Menderes Basin in the southeast of Izmir. The area is 588 km2.

Hacı Sinan Mosque and complex, Telcioğlu mosque, Recep Khan, Eskici Dede tomb and Bayındır baths are prominent as historical and tourist works.

In addition, it is seen that the Flower Festival held annually in the district attracts the attention of local tourists. It is observed that the Bayındır baths are also particularly in demand by local tourists.


BAYRAKLI

The area is 3,700 hectares. Its population in 2014 was 310,765 people. Bayraklı is identified with the ancient city of Smyrna.

Bayraklı, which has the title of being the first establishment place in Izmir, has a high tourism potential.  

Bayrakli M.He. Founded in 3000, Smyrna is a town with a rich history behind it, famous for its ancient city and the legendary tomb of tantalos.  

The first excavations in the ancient city of Smyrna in Bayraklı between 1948-1951 on behalf of Ankara University Prof. Dr. It was started by Ekrem AKURGAL and continued by Meral AKURGAL in various periods.

The result of these archeological excavations is that the history of Izmir was determined by M.He.It dates back to 3000 years and the city was first established here.

The Bayraklı coastline contains recreational areas and the Turan region is developed with a focus on tourism, entertainment, trade and culture.


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PERGAMON

The area is 1,573 km2. 107 km from Izmir. it is away.

Its name in history is Pergamon. It is named after Prince Pergamos. The word Pergamon means" steep rocky".

Money printing, the first trade exchange tool in PergamonHe.5.century.also was carried out.

Its neighbors are Savaştepe, Ivrindi, Ayvalik and Dikili, connected to Soma, Kınık, Aliağa, Manisa and Balıkesir.

13 In Bergama, Turkey., is the world's 999. It has been named to the World Heritage List as a Heritage Site.

Pergamon was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2014.

Pergamon, the place where the first inflation was experienced along with money printing and where parchment paper was invented, has its back against a rich tourism potential.

Akropolis, Asklepion, Red courtyard, Cleopatra Beauty Spa, Kozak Plateau, Arab, Mufti, Ulu, Kurşunlu, Laleli, Kulaksız and Yeni mosque, Küplü Hamam, Tabaklar Hamam, Koca Sinan Masjid, Incirli Masjid and Karaosman Sebili as the city of Acropolis as well as many historical works such as the city has.

Pergamum; the Acropolis with the steepest Theater in the world, the city, the world's first mental health treatment centres Asklepion, the allianoi Ilica period of the structures, the name of biblical Christianity with the ancient basilica of Pergamon one of the first seven churches, Synagogues, inns, baths, mosques, fountains, the temple of Serapis, the temple of Athena , Temple of Trajan, Dionysos, the palaces of the King, the library of Pergamum , Agora, Arsenal, 10,000-seat theater and altar of Zeus is an open air museum.

In the district, there is also health tourism with the presence of geothermal resources such as Cleopatra Beauty Spa, and Rural Tourism and ecological tourism potential depending on Natural Resources.


BEYDAĞ

Beydag is east of Izmir and distance to Izmir is 142 km. There are Cherries to the north, nazilli to the East, Ödemiş to the West, and Sultanhisar to the South. Its area is 162 km2 and its population as of 2014 is 12,457 people.

Beydağ's first known name in history is Palaipolistir, which means Old City. The rock tombs in beydağ and The Remains of pilav tepe, Intepe, Cintepe and Beys Hill tumuli have survived to the present day and are important for tourism.

Beydag; plateau, hunting, golf, parachute jumping in terms of the capacity to develop tourism.

It is thought that skydiving tourism and trekking (hiking) sport can develop in Beydağ in a short time when suitable runs are provided.

Paragliding, which is the type of tourism where the wind feels the most beautiful, which makes people live the nature, the blue of the sky and the Green of the soil at the same time, should be encouraged in Beydağ and brought to tourism.

Beydağ offers teacher's House and Beydağ hostel accommodation.


BUCA

The area is 134 km2. Its population is 461,761 as of 2014

It has rich tourism potential.

Aqueducts, George King Forbes, Goût, Princess Borghese, count Dr. Aliberti, Rees, De Jongh, Dimostanis Baltacı mansions, historic English Protestant Church, Russo Mansion the graves of many famous families who lived and died in Buca, narrow streets, Greek houses with aesthetic wonders are worth seeing in Buca.

Hasan Ağa Garden, Buca pond and Hippodrome are also considered as a supply in terms of Tourism and attract the interest of local tourists especially.

In recent history, Buca has been known as the resort location of the Levantine Group, which is formed within the framework of commercial and industrial relations with British, French, Italian and Dutch companies. Buca still has not lost this feature with its mansions.

In 1868, a large female bust of antiquity was unearthed northeast of Buca. This bust is currently on display at the British Museum in London.

Byzantine cross reliefs around Buca and Kangölü column heads, marble floors believed to belong to the ancient Temple Of Artemis, Byzantine coins around Forbes Mansion, the ruins of a Roman Castle on the way to Gürçeşme (Kancheşme) also reveal that developed societies lived in this region in ancient times. All this is evidence that Buca existed in antiquity.

Buca has 1 Municipal certified accommodation facility (with a capacity of 80 beds).

The memorial trees in Buca Kaynalar are worth seeing.

Of the 220 immovable cultural assets required to be protected in Buca, 10 are registered as natural sites and memorial trees.

Some of Buca district cultural assets to be protected; Susuzlu Ahmet Mosque, night market, Şirinyer Station, the NATO area (registered immovable cultural heritage and ancient trees), Kizilcullu aqueducts, resources, cemetery, sources Friday mosque, the Old Bridge Over Creek Resources, Resources, the ruins of the ancient castle (archaeological site), the position of the Peak Resources sivrikaya (1.degree natural site), resources Gökdere Village (natural site), resources-Bornova border natural site, Buca Cemetery (archaeological site), DEÜ Tinaztepe campus area within the 3. it is a highly archaeological site.

Some of the natural assets that need to be preserved in Buca are; Deü Buca Faculty of Education, girls ' dormitory, Buca high school, Hasanaga Park, Deu Faculty of Economics and Administrative Sciences, Hanci Café, Menderes Street Ziraat Bank Building, Rees Pavilion, native mosque, Protestant Baptist Church, Haci Davut Fargoh Mansion, Buca Public Library, Muradiye mosque, Gavrili Mansion.


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ÇEŞME

80 km from Izmir. it is away. The area is 260 km2. Its population as of 2014 is 39,243 people.

Şifne, Küçük liman, Diamond, Pasha Liman, ilıca Beach, Çiftlik, Altınkum, Çük azmak, Sakızlı Bay, Tekke Beach, Ayayorgi and has about twenty beaches with different names.

Çeşme Castle, Caravanserai Çeşme is one of the important historical values.

The gum trees found in Çeşme for the first time 6000 years ago are also important for the economy of the region.

Çeşme Dove and gum Jam are identified with Çeşme.

There are 6 5-star hotels in Çeşme. The number of rooms and bed capacity of these hotels are 1,843 rooms and 4,143 beds, respectively.

In addition to the hotels, there are 43 tourist certified facilities, 146 municipal supervised hotels, 52 villas and apartments, 90 hostels, 245 facilities located in Alaçatı, a total of 576 facilities, 11,465 rooms and 26,214 beds capacity.

The hot springs and Ilica Beach in Ilica and Sifne, the famous fountain Castle and Museum, The Fountain and mosques dating from the Ottoman period, the ancient city of Erythrai in the village of Ildırı, the historical ruins in Çeşmeköy and Bagarı region, seafood, and the wind roses that greeted the guests along the Çeşme road are among the most important tourism offerings of Çeşme.

In addition, the large port and Pasha Port bays in Çeşme and the natural beaches in Ildırı, where the ancient city of Erythrai is located, are also suitable areas for camping and these areas are visited by local and foreign tourists.


ÇIĞLI

The area is 97 km2. Its population as of 2014 is 176,864 people.

Green areas are very dewy due to the fall “Yesilli” name.

In 1893 he was placed in Çiğli with immigrants of Turkish origin who emigrated from Yugoslavia.

 ” Izmir Bird Paradise " is in Çiğli.

Izmir Bird Paradise is the capital of the birds of the world.

Flamingo, Dalmatian pelican, Heron, swallow, lick stud hosts many bird species, such as birding in over 8,000 hectares located in an area of Cigli, sedges, Islands, peninsulas, is considered as a suitable habitat for birds.

There are also visitor building, bird museum, fixed binoculars, bird watchtowers, double excursion bikes within the Bird Sanctuary.

There are 3 tepecik named Lodos Tepe, Orta Tepe and Poyraz Tepe within the Bird Paradise.

From these hills; salt pans, Homa Dalyanı and the view of the Gulf of Izmir is extraordinary.

In 1985, the area where the ancient city of Leukai is located in Three Hills locality was registered as a 1st degree archaeological site, while the Reeds section was registered as a 1st degree site.

Çamaltı Tuzlası, which meets 60% of our country's salt needs, is located within the boundaries of the district.

The Wildlife Park, which has been realized in Izmir, attracts the attention of local visitors and is especially visited by local tourists.

Izmir Wildlife Park is open to visitors 365 days a year and 7 days a week.


ÇANDARLI

The area is 541 km2. It is 118 km from Izmir. Its population as of 2014 is 41,999.

Dikili is the northernmost part of Izmir.

It borders Ayvalik, Bergama and Aliağa.

The Greek island of Lesbos is located on the opposite coast of Dikili, which is the coast of the Aegean Sea.

20 km in Dikili and 22 km in Çandarlı. it has a beach in length.

Dikili has a high tourism potential both in terms of sea and thermal tourism.

Dikili is especially visited by local tourists.

The historical history of Dikili dates back to quite ancient times.

Pitane is an ancient settlement in the district.

Today, the artifacts obtained from Pitane are exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Pergamon.

During the Ottoman period, II. The Çandarlı Castle, which was rebuilt by the famous Grand Vizier of Murat Çandarlı Halil Pasha, attracts the attention of local tourists.

The crater lakes, caves and forests based on Madra Creek are among the natural riches of the district.

Dikili, which is famous for its delicious fish, in which especially high quality olives and olive oil are produced, has the capacity to stand out from the point of view of gastronomic tourism if evaluated.

Accommodation facilities in the form of House hostels and boutique hotels are common in the district.


FOCA

The area is 228 km2. 70 km from Izmir. it is away.

Its population as of the end of 2014 was 30,002.

It is surrounded by Menemen and Çandarlı Bay.

Foça is named after seals.

He is identified with Foça seals and windmills.

There are old Foca and New Foca settlements in the district. Historical sources indicate that the New Foça got its name from a Genoese fortress that the Genoese founded due to the Alum trade.

The ancient city of Phokaia is within the borders of Foca.

There is a Hellenistic Theatre, Temple of Athena and Sanctuary in Foça, a port Sanctuary presumed to belong to Kybele, and a Persian mausoleum called Stone House 7 km east of Foça.

Fatih Mosque (built in the name of Fatih Sultan Mehmet) with walls belonging to Byzantine, Genoese and Ottoman periods in the district.) and Devil baths are also interesting in terms of Tourism.

Most of the caves used by seals in Foça are on the islands. It is forbidden to enter the caves where very difficult and rare breeding seals live. For this reason, siren cliffs, where seals are seen extensively, have been declared as a protection zone.

Foca has a bed capacity of 3,822 beds with 4 Holiday Villages, 20 hotels, 9 Boutique Hotels, 5 Apart hotels, 5 motels, 31 hostels, 4 campsites.


GAZIEMIR

The area is 63 km2. Its population in 2014 was 130,870.

It was named after Gazi Umur Bey.

International Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, Aegean Free Zone and Space Camp Turkey, Izmir's new fairground” fair Izmir " is within the boundaries of Gaziemir.

The Fair, which was established in a world-class area of 337 thousand square meters, is thought to be an important milestone in the increase of hotel investments in Gaziemir, Izmir.

Gaziemir has 4 tourist facilities, 2 of which are investment certified and 2 of which are business certified, with a capacity of 268 rooms.


GÜZELBAHÇE

The area is 110 km2. 24 km from Izmir. it is away.

Its population as of the end of 2014 was 28,470.

It borders Urla, Seferihisar and Menderes.

Güzelbahçe is part of the city of Klazomenai (headquartered in Urla), one of the 12 Ionian cities.

16.In the century, the Kağızmanli Turks were settled in Güzelbahçe.

18. Due to the plague epidemic that started in the region in the century, the people came to the Lower Bazaar area where they first settled.

Later, immigrants and Greeks of Christian origin settled in the vacant areas.

In time, regular streets and inns were built in the area called Aşağı Bazaar.

As the population of the Greeks increased, the new neighborhood (today's Çelebi quarter) became a second residential area.

In 1893, some of the Muslims living in Crete came and settled in Güzelbahçe as mujahir.

As a result of the exchange in 1912, the Greeks living here were gone and replaced by Muslims from Crete.

Güzelbahçe's tourist supply consists of beaches, Inkaya cave, mountain biking, motocross, eco-tourism routes with mountain walks, fish and meat restaurants, breakfast rooms.


KARABAĞLAR

The area is 3,700 hectares. Its population is 473,741 as of 2014.

Gaziemir is bordered by Buca, Konak and Balçova.

The name of Karabağlar comes from the black vineyards in Emrez and Aktepe in the previous years.

Kavacık District in Karabağlar, one of the oldest settlements in Izmir, has a supply of Highland and mountain tourism.

Today, the House in Bozyaka, where the famous writer Reşat Nuri Güntekin wrote his Çalışıkuşu novel, has been converted into a library. This place is of particular interest to local tourists.


KARABURUN

The area is 415 km2. Distance to Izmir is 100 Km.

Its population is a total of 9456 as of 2014.

Karaburun is a peninsula.

Karaburun Island Gull, especially; hundreds of bird species live.

As in Foça, a seal lives in Karaburun.

Karaburun is the living and breeding area of the Mediterranean Seals after Foça.

Karaburun, which has significant potential for tourism, has important bays.

Sicağıbükü, Kumburnu, Çatalkaya, Mordoğan, Ardıç, Kaynarpınar, Boyabağı, Akbuk, Eşendere, Saipaltı, Yeniman Denizgiren, Eğriliman, Dikencik and Gerence are among these bays.

Karaburun is rich in gastronomic tourism as well as in marine tourism.

Artichokes are mainly grown in the district with hundreds of medicinal herbs, dozens of varieties of thyme and Sage Karaburun.

Narcissus is also identified with Karaburun.

Karaburun; a peninsula surrounded by sea on three sides, as the wind is blowing on the Earth which all of Homer's “Windy Mimas“ is described as dark blue sea, the wealth of iodine and phosphorus, 23% above average, which is almost an oxygen tent, untouched nature and a great potential for tourism with its cultural richness is one of heaven on Earth.

Mordoğan Bay, Manal Bay, Mordogan Pier, Juniper Bay, Kaynarpınar Pier, Gerence, Karareis, Tuzla, curvature Port, almond Bend, Hamza Bend, sand bend, Kuyucak, Dolungaz, Bozköy six, Yeni Liman, Bodrum, Olcabük and Esendere bays are worth seeing.

There are tombs dating from the Roman period on the Big Island just off Karaburun.  

The village of Sazak, built with Greek architecture, which is abandoned near the village of Parlak, is also within the borders of Karaburun. Karaburun's stone houses and windmills are also important for tourism.

Karaburun Büyükada, ancient stone quarry and Castle Ruins, 3 of which are archaeological, 5 of which are natural, there are 8 sites.


KARŞIYAKA

The area is 63.45 km2. Its population as of 2014 is 325,717.

Karsiyaka menemen Bayraklı, Bornova and Çiğli district are neighbors.

Karşıyaka's name in history is Kordelya.

The Tomb of Zübeyde Hanım, mother of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, is in Karsiyaka.

The Archaeological Museum of the Bostanlı Fine Arts Park, where the historical monuments are exhibited outdoors, is one of the tourism values of the district.

The historical pavilions located on the coast of the district are also worth seeing in terms of Tourism.

The Karsiyaka Karsiyaka mansion was built by the famous Turkish friend Heinrich Van Der Zee and the van Der Zee mansion was built in 1930 by Armando Penetti, one of the Italian families of Karsiyaka, and still adorns the coast of Karsiyaka as a gift from his Turkish friend Dede Penetti. the lodge.


KEMALPAŞA

The area is 658 km2.

Turgutlu borders Manisa, Bornova, Torbalı and Bayındır.

It was named after the great leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk for his stay in the district.

The district is almost identified with cherry.

Kemalpaşa has 21 immovable cultural assets and 27 sites. 19 of the sites in the district are archaeological, 6 are natural and 2 are historical sites.

The cultural assets in Kemalpaşa are the ancient Nymhaion Castle, Karabel Monument, Ulucak mound, Emet Bey Mosque. Kemalpaşa has rich cultural and natural assets with its mountains covered with forests, plateaus, picnic areas, historical ruins.

The Cherry festivals held in Kemalpaşa and Bagyurdu attract the attention of local tourists.

The Alaş Kımız Production Farm is located in Kemalpaşa as the first and only example in this area in our country with Kazakh Otağı and Central Asian Turkish cuisine. The kumiz Farm is especially visited by local tourists.

Kemalpaşa has 1 accommodation facility with Tourism Management Certificate. It has 116 rooms and a capacity of 232 beds.


KINIK

The area is 436 km2. Distance to Izmir is 120 km.

According to 2014 data, the district has a population of 28,072.

It borders Pergamon and Manisa.

It was named after the Kınık neck of the Bozoklar arm of the Oghuz Turks.

The county has a historical history dating back to the Roman Empire. It is thought that the district was founded in place of Gambreion, an early age settlement.

The Sibel Temple and some ruins in the Karadere forests in Kınık show that the history of Kınık dates back a long time.


KİRAZ

The area is 585 km2. It is 142 km from Izmir.

As of 2014, the total population is 49,971.

The name Cherry comes from Kleos.

In Kiraz, there are known historical monuments such as Hisar Castle, Kaleköy walls, Yağlar Castle, Kayacık Hisar Castle, Aydınoğlu mosque, Suludere Mosque and Bath, Suludere Fountain, şemsiler and King tombs in Karaburç villages.


KONAK

The mansion has a surface area of 24.384.385 m2. Buca is Bornova, Karsiyaka, Karabağlar, balçova.

As of 2014, the resident population of Konak is 385,843 people. The daytime population is over 1 million.

The clock tower is located in Konak Square and is identified with Konak.

It is a district characterized by artifacts from antiquity to the present day, artifacts from the Ottoman period, but mostly by artifacts from the Republican period.

Konak is the cultural, art and entertainment center of Izmir and is a place frequented by all local and foreign tourists.

Homer and Meles Creek, Alexander The Great's Velvet Castle, Roman Agora, the Government House, which was completed in 1872 and was not only one of the symbols of the liberation of Izmir but also of Turkey with the flag raised on September 9, 1922, is the second largest building in the world. 25 of Abdülhamid's ascendancy to the throne. The Clock Tower, which was built by Grand Vizier Mehmet Said Pasha in 1901 and is the symbol of Izmir, is in the Konak “first bullet Monument” which was erected in the name of Hasan Tahsin, a journalist who was martyred and who showed the first exemplary behavior of the Turkish resistance by firing the first bullet against the enemy soldiers who came ashore from the sea during the occupation of Izmir by the Greek army.

Yalı (Konak) mosque, National Library (State Opera and Ballet building), Büyük Kardıçalı Inn, Havra Street, Başdurak mosque, Kemeraltı, Ali Pasha Square and Şadırvu, çakaloğlu Inn, such as the antiquity moved to the present works, Ottoman period and especially Republican period is a central and historical district characterized by works.

Because it is located in the center of Izmir and is a center of culture, art, entertainment and media, it has a tourism potential that will attract all local and foreign tourists.

The Agora, Kadifekale and Altınpark excavations are currently underway as part of the Smyrna excavations in the city center of Izmir.

The Ferry Pier, Yalı mosque, Ankara Palas, anafartalar Street entrance, Military Library, National Library and especially yellow Barracks are among the rare districts that are identified with a long-established history that contains many places that have survived to the present day or have remained in the memories of the past.  

The mansion is the main entrance-exit door of Kemeraltı and its surroundings. Konak Square is the starting point for urban transportation vehicles in all directions in Izmir.

Konak has 55 tourism enterprise certified accommodation facilities. Konak has 3 5-Star, 14 4-star, 15 3-star, 11 2-Star, 2 Private, 10 boutique hotels. These facilities have a total capacity of 3,843 rooms and 7,745 beds. In addition, 10 investment certificates the facility has a total capacity of 936 rooms and 1,933 beds.  

Cruise ships coming to the Port of Alsancak give high rate of impetus to tourism in the district.


MENDERES

The area is 775 km2. Distance to Izmir is 20 km.

Its neighbors are Torbalı, Seferihisar, Konak, Buca and Selçuk.

Ahmetbeyli-Özdere-Gümüldür has 43 km of coastline.

In Menderes, the bed capacity in the enterprise certified and investment certified facilities is 8,398. There are 1 investment certified thermal facility with a capacity of 60 beds. In addition, 2 5 star hotels within the borders of the district also serve tourism.

The waterfall in the Değirmendere area is also of particular interest to local tourists. The district has 9 Blue Flag beaches.

In addition, the Roman hot spring, consisting of two rooms carved into the rock around Deliömer, and the ancient cities of Claros, Lebedos, Notion and Kolophon are considered among the tourist supply of Menderes. Kasimpasa tomb in Menderes attracts the attention of local tourists.


MENEMEN

The area is 665 km2.

As of the end of 2014, the district had a population of 148,662.

Menemen is bordered by Manisa, Foca and the Aegean Sea, Aliaga and Çiğli.

There are no Tourism Investment Certified, Tourism Enterprise certified or municipal certified accommodation facilities in Menemen. The district has villages conducive to Agro-tourism.

Larissa, Temnos, Lefke, Panaztepe, Neon Nikos, Nionithon, Palaudis and Tashan Menemen are among the tourism values.


NARLIDERE

The area is 63 km2. As of 2014, the district population is 64,599.

Balçova, Güzelbahçe, is adjacent to Konak. It is surrounded by Çatalkaya and Izmir Bay.

In the coastal part of the district, families with high income levels usually live in summer houses and villas.

Narlıdere has an Olympic swimming pool within its borders. This swimming pool was made as the twenty-third was needed at the Universiade Games held in Izmir.

Narlıdere has 1 operating certified thermal facility with a capacity of 636 beds.

Thermal, health, culture, belief, eco-tourism potential in the district, the restaurants on the coast, tea gardens serve domestic tourism and attract the interest of local tourists.


ÖDEMİŞ

Surface area 1.082.6 km.2. 113 km from Izmir. it is away.

As of 2014, Ödemiş has a total population of 129,407 people.

Its preserved architectural structure and the presence of Imam-I Birgivi Mehmet Efendi's tomb in Birgi constituted an important religious tourism movement in Ödemiş. Birgi Çakırağa mansion is one of the most beautiful examples of the old architectural structure.

The ancient city of Hypaipa and the ancient cities of Neikaia are also admired for their historical remains, and many mounds and tumuli in this region await the day when the ruins of history will be opened to tourism.

Gölcük and Bozdag are two of the most beautiful gifts that nature offers to Ödemiş.

There are no tourist facilities in Ödemiş. However, it is seen that some of the municipal certified facilities are qualified to serve tourist activities as well.

There are 9 hotels with 245 rooms with a capacity of 475 beds with municipal certificate and 250 food and beverage facilities in the district.

Bozdag Municipality certified 80 bed capacity Döner Hotel, 94 bed capacity 5 board (Yayla, Irmak, Aktaş, Gölcük, Davilla hostels) and 2 restaurants are located.

Bozdag Ski Resort is the only ski resort in the Aegean region. Bozdag Ski Center Bozdag with a capacity of 60 beds is the most important winter tourism supply center of the district and is unique.

There are also 2 hotels with a capacity of 100 beds, 5 restaurants and summer residences in the Gölcük neighborhood, which has an extraordinary nature view and where Gölcük Lake is located.

Gölcük Lake, which has a surface area of 814 decars, is 8 km from Bozdag. it is located in the distance and is especially preferred by local tourists and provides a suitable environment for camping for sports teams.


SEFERIHISAR

The area is 386 km2. Distance to Izmir is 45 km.

Teos, one of the most important city states of Ionian civilization, is located within the borders of Seferihisar.

Seferihisar is a member of the Cittaslow Union.

Seferihisar is a neighboring maritime district with Menderes, Urla and Güzelbahçe.

Seferihisar has an important potential in terms of tourism supply.

Seferihisar stated that Izmir aims to be a "Health City" with the theme “Health for all” announced in the EXPO 2015 and 2020 candidacies.

Seferihisar has suitable roads for cycling and walking

Cumali Spring, Karakoç Hot Spring, Kelalan Hot Spring are in operation in Seferihisar and attract the attention of local tourists.

Coastal tourism (sea, sand, sun) has developed in Seferihisar.

Tourism in Seferihisar is a day-to-day domestic tourism. Domestic tourism with accommodation is very low compared to foreign accommodation. Foreign tourism, on the other hand, is carried out within the scope of tour connections of the facilities on the shores of the district.

Airai, Teos, Lebedos, Myonnesos are the historical identities of Seferihisar.

  •     Remains of lebedos, Myonnesos, Heraklia connected to Teosa,
  •     Sığacık castle built by Parlak Mustafa Pasha at the suggestion of Piri Reis during the Ottoman period,
  •     Ağa mosque, Çarşı mosque, Hıdırlık mosque, Turabiye mosque, Güdük minaret mosque, Sığacık Mosque and Madrasah which are still left over from the Ottoman period,
  •     Hereke, Karakuyu, Sycamore, Azmak and Eyüboğlu baths are among the historical and tourist values of the district.

95% of Teos is still under the ground and it is thought that Seferihisar will gain great momentum in terms of tourism when it is fully enlightened.

There is a marina in the district. Teos Marina serves in Seferihisar Uğaçık with a capacity of 480 small boats at sea, 80 on land and 30 on the Canal Dock.

The use of hot spring resources in Seferihisar for Health, Sports and recreation purposes, as well as hot spring, pool and mud baths, massage, underwater massage, shower etc. taking into account the objectives, the investments of the Cure Center should be accelerated.


SELÇUK

The area is 295 km2. As of 2014, Selçuk has a population of 35,281.

It is bordered by Torbalı, dire, Germencik and Kuşadası.

In 1914, the name of Ayasuluk was changed to Selçuk.

The airport is one of the rare tourist districts located.

The House of Mary, declared as a place of pilgrimage in the Christian world, the world's largest open-air museum and the ancient city of Ephesus, which was included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015, is one of the Seven Wonders of the world, the Temple Of Artemis, Hazrat Mahdi (as). Of the apostles of Jesus, St. The church and tomb built in the name of Jean, the first church built in the name of Meryemana where the council meeting was held in 431, The Seven Sleepers cave, Selçuk Castle, aqueducts, the Beylik of Aydınoğlu, hundreds of magnificent Turkish artworks made in the Seljuk and Ottoman Empire periods, especially Isa Bey Mosque, Goat Castle, Belevi mausoleum, Selçuk Ephesus Museum, Çamlık locomotive Museum, Anatolian Life Museum (Model Village),, with its wine and food unique to the village, Şirince is among the tourism potential that attracts local and foreign tourists.

As Selçuk is located on the Aegean Sea coast, it is also important for Sea tourism. Pamucak Coast is 11 km long. Pamucak is 8 km from Selçuk and 6 km from the ancient city of Ephesus.


TİRE

The area is 792 km2.

82 km from Izmir city center. it is away.

According to the address-based census results for 2014, Tire has a population of 81,315.

To the North is the Küçük Menderes plain and Bayındır, to the south is the Aydın Mountains and Aydın, to the East is Ödemiş and to the West is Selçuk.

In tire, prominent historical sites are; Ali Baba Tekke, Ali Efe Inn, Ali Khan, Buğur Dede Masjid, Mullah Arab mosque, Alamadan Dede Tomb, Sir Hatun Assembly, Balim Sultan Tomb, Tahtakale bath, etc.

Theolos mausoleum, Kayistiros Tombs, Kurt and Doğanciyan Zaviyesi, Yeni (Mathius) Han, Yogurtluoğlu Complex are also important tourism resources.

The Tire market is also of particular interest to local tourists.


TORBALI

The area is 603 km2.

According to the address-based census results for 2014, Tire has a population of 81,315.

It borders Torbalı, Bayındır, dire, Menderes, Buca, Kemalpaşa and Selçuk.

It is 45 km from the center of Izmir.

As of 2014, Torbal has a population of 150,127.

It is rumored that Torbalı took its name from Triyanna or Tripolis, another name called “Metropolis”.

Metropolis is a major tourist destination for the ancient city of Torbalı.

Sultan Abdülhamit's navigational Pavilion is one of the most important works of the Ottoman period.

 The cult cave belonging to the mother goddess named” Metter Galeria “in Metropolis, which means” Mother Goddess City", was found at the foot of Gallerion Mountain in Manyuzdere. The excavations revealed statuettes of the mother goddess, embossed bowls, oil lamps and votive items.


URLA

The area is 728 km2. District; 35 km from Izmir city center. it is away.

It took its name from the word “Urli”, which changed colloquially over time.

The coastal length of Urla, a maritime district, is 75 km.

Menteş Bay, Malgaca and Balikliova are important tourist centers and are particularly of interest to local tourists.

The ancient city of Klazomenai, one of the 12 Ionian cities famous in archaeology, is located on the island of quarantine where Urla bone hospital is located.

Urla has 15 beaches; there are 12 islands.

Karantina, Pita, sheep, Dove, Donkey, Hekim, Kösten (Uzunada), Serpent, Pınarlı, Kel, Islet and Taş islands are the most famous of them.

Urla is also very rich in thermal sources.

Uzbek, Gulbahçe and Malgaca have thermal tourism supply.

Urla is also rich in archaeological and historical sites.

Around Uzbek, there are ruins from the Ionian, Roman and Byzantine periods at Hare Island in Multiplier Bay and at Gulbahçe.

Fatih Ibrahim Bey Mosque and Bath are also among the historical monuments used today.

In addition, almonds Village Theatre and Toy Museum, Karantina Island and pronunciation House Building, Samut Baba Tomb, underwater excavations, elephant fossil beds, Iskele ağaçlı road, stone houses, antique and art street, food culture, islands are among the tourism values.

The oldest olive oil workshop in Anatolia, which has a history of 2600 years, is located in Urla.


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