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Overview Of The Port Of Sinop

About Sinop
Sinop is situated on the most northern edge of the Turkish side of the Black Sea coast, in the ancient region of Paphlagonia, in modern-day northern Turkey.

A large wall that has sections 2500 years old surrounds the city. Seven towers are interspersed along the wall, these towers and wall are what remain of a castle originally dating back to the 8th century B.C.

Alâeddin Cami mosque was built in the 13th century. The adjacent religious school built around the same time has gardens and a tomb.

The Sinop Museum has archaeological artefacts spanning thousands of years.

There are many ancient Turkish bath houses here and their architecture reflects influences of the various people who have lived in the area.

Hire a local guide to take you to see the fortification remains of the city.

Tatlica and Erfelek waterfalls are located in the boundaries of Tatlıca village, 42km from Sinop city.

There is one town beach within easy walking distance, although larger beaches are a taxi or dolmus ride away.

High quality locally made cotton clothing, carpets, copper goods, jewellery, crystal and ceramics make good gifts.

Fresh sourdough breads are sold by bakeries. Vegetables stuffed with various cheeses and other ingredients, as well as grilled fish and kebabs, are favourites. Raki is a popular anise flavoured alcoholic drink.
Cruise Terminal
Ships dock in Sinop Port, which is centrally located for many of the area's attractions.

Dolmus buses and taxis are available in town, for longer journeys, negotiate a price beforehand.
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Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Sinop

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