Sinop, which inherited a rich cultural treasure, is one of the oldest cities in Anatolia and the port city of the Western Black Sea region.
Sinop, located in the middle part of the Black Sea Region, was established on Boztepe promontory. Sinop, which draws attention with its historical buildings along with its natural beauties, is the only natural port of the Black Sea Region.
The most important handicrafts unique to Sinop can be roughly listed as the colored cotton kerchiefs, mahrama (Ayancık linen), and purled cotton napkins.
Do not leave Sinop before you breathe in the fresh air and the smell of the sea in Hamsilos Nature Park (Hamsilos Fjord), Inceburun, and Erfelek Tatlıca Waterfalls.
You can listen to the sound of nature in Akliman Promenade area, Sarıkum Nature Area, Akgölde, Sorgun Waterfall, Hamsilos Nature Park (Hamsilos Fjord), İnceburun, and Erfelek Tatlıca Waterfalls.
The day starts with a splendid breakfast in one of the places where Sinop's local flavors are available. The main addresses you can visit on your first day in the city offering many alternatives are.