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Ayder Plateau, Rize

Ayder Plateau, the most popular place in the Black Sea Region, is the first place that comes to mind when it comes to plateau in Turkey. Ayder Plateau, which is one of the most popular tourism destinations in recent years with its spa and unique natural beauties, is 19 kilometers away from Çamlıhemşin District center. Along the way, Bulut, Gürgendibi and Lovers waterfalls will meet and accompany you. Located in a valley on the border of evergreen spruce and pine trees and hornbeam, chestnut, beech and fir forests turning from yellow to red, this plateau takes on a different beauty every season.

Oxygen Tank Ayder Plateau

Ayder Plateau

The settlement, which has accommodation facilities that appeal to every budget, was established at an altitude of 1220 meters. Kavron Stream flows enthusiastically through this small and cute plateau, which is an oxygen reservoir. Just outside of Ayder, Gelintülü Waterfall floats in all its glory. Ayder Plateau serves as a gateway for those who want to visit both the other plateaus and the Kaçkar Mountains. There is also a hot spring on the plateau, which takes on a different beauty in winter and serves all seasons with its accommodation facilities.

Don’t Return Without Tasting Ayder Honey

Ayder Plateau Rize

Ayder, the most popular center of Rize today, is the starting point of the climbs to the Kaçkar Mountains from the north. There are many accommodation options in the plateau, from bungalows to typical highland house concepts, from family pensions to hotels. The plateau, where all kinds of infrastructure services are completed, has the appearance of a holiday town. Besides its rich flora and fauna, it is also famous for its hot springs. Ayder Plateau is in the middle of pine forests and Kaçkar landscape. Ayder Honey is one of the must-try flavors on the plateau. This plateau, which fascinates those who see it, continues to await the whole world with its magical beauties.

Rize province

Gül Demirci

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