Strategically nestled on the shores of the Dardanelles Strait, Çanakkale stands as a sentinel to history, culture, and natural beauty. Often seen as the guardian to both the Gallipoli Peninsula and the ancient ruins of Troy, Çanakkale is where myths meet momentous events. Join us on a journey through this captivating city, from the shores that witnessed legendary wars to the very plains where Achilles and Hector once clashed.
Delve into the historical significance of the Gallipoli Peninsula, the site of one of World War I's most poignant battles. Memorials, cemeteries, and museums here pay tribute to the thousands who perished during the Gallipoli Campaign.
Venture to the archaeological site of Ancient Troy. With its layers of historical settlements and the reconstructed wooden horse, it's a tangible link to the legendary Trojan War depicted in Homer's Iliad.
Visit the imposing Çanakkale Martyrs' Memorial, which stands in remembrance of the Turkish soldiers who lost their lives during the Gallipoli Campaign.
Explore the Çanakkale Naval Museum Command, which showcases exhibits related to naval warfare, including mines, shells, and remnants of ships from the World War I era.
Escape to Bozcaada, a charming island off the Çanakkale coast known for its vineyards, crystalline beaches, and a fortress that offers panoramic views of the surrounding seascape.
Discover Adatepe, a picturesque village on the foothills of the Ida Mountains, with its stone houses, olive groves, and a sanctuary dedicated to Zeus.
Savor Çanakkale's cuisine, indulging in fresh seafood, olive oil-rich mezes, and local specialties like poppy seed pastries, reflecting the rich bounty of the Aegean region.