Beykoz District Guide

Beykoz is a district located on the Anatolian side of İstanbul. Beykoz is surrounded by the Bosphorus from the west, Şile district from the east, the Black Sea from the north and Çekmeköy, Üsküdar and Ümraniye districts from the south. Beykoz district is very close to Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge and Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge. The district is very rich in greenery and has a long Bosphorus coastline. Beykoz is also famous for its historical mansions on the Bosphorus coastline. When you come to Beykoz, you can feel like you are in an old fishing town, away from the crowd and noise of the city. On the other hand, there are many university campuses are located in Beykoz district such as Marmara University and Turkish German University. There are also many historical places to visit in Beykoz like Anatolian Fortress and Hıdiv Pavilion. Besides, the district has promenade areas such as Mihrabad Grove and Abraham Pasha Grove. Check out the most comprehensive Beykoz district guide now. You will find the answers of many questions like “Places to see in Beykoz” or “How to get to Beykoz?” in this guide.

District name Beykoz
City İstanbul
Population 248,260
Population Density 1.03/km2
Pop. Growth Rate 0.63%
Surface Area 239 km2
Number of Neighborhood 45

Do you want to get detailed information about hospitals in Beykoz? If you’re, our special health guide will be helpful for you. In Beykoz, there are 1 state hospital and 1 private hospital. In addition, there are many medical centers, dialysis centers, oral and dental health clinics in the district. Especially, you can get high-quality health services in Beykoz State Hospital. 

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If you are looking for real estate for sale in Beykoz or real estate for rent in Beykoz, you are on the right page. The prices of houses for sale in Beykoz have increased by 28% in the last year. The average residential area is 230 square meters. The depreciation period of the houses for sale is around 46 years. The neighborhoods that gained the most value in Beykoz district were Çengeldere, Kanlıca, Merkez, Gümüşsuyu, Soğuksu respectively. On the other hand, the neighborhoods with the fastest return in Beykoz district were Paşamandıra, Örnekköy, Polonezköy, Görele, Anadolufeneri respectively. Since affordable and luxurious housing projects are built in these regions, it is preferred by those who want to invest. You can make the most correct investment by examining our ads for apartment options for sale from Beykoz real estate agent. You can also add your listings easily if you are selling or renting a house in different neighborhoods of Beykoz.

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Accommodation in Beykoz is an important issue for people who visit city for different purposes like tourism or business. In Beykoz, close to the city center, it is possible to find hotels in all-inclusive concept and accommodation options that serve in bed and breakfast, half board and room concepts only. You can stay in Beykoz hotels suitable for the needs of visitors coming to Beykoz for business and tourism purposes. You can find a lot of accommodation alternatives in Beykoz such as five-star hotel chains.

You will find the answers of the “Best places to visit in Beykoz” or “Top 10 things to do and see in Beykoz” questions in this guide. Choose your destination, click on the guide and start discovering Beykoz deeply now. The district has a lot of places to visit. There are many historical and natural beauties you can see in the district among these greenery on the shore of the Bosphorus. The district is also referred to as the lung of İstanbul due to its dense forest texture. Yuşa Hill, where you will admire the view, Polonezköy with its magnificent nature and hiking trails, Yoros Castle in Anadolu Kavağı, Anatolian Lighthouse with an exquisite view, Mihrabad Grove in Kanlıca, Fatih Grove or Tema Vehbi Koç Nature Culture Center in Otağtepe, Hidiv Pavilion, Küçüksu Pavilion, Mihrişah Sultan Fountain in Küçüksu, Anatolian Fortress, Abraham Pasha Grove or Beykoz Grove, back streets of Anadoluhisarı district and Beykoz Mecidiye Pavilion are among places to visit in Beykoz. On the other hand, you can visit the Riva coasts to find peace away from the noise of the mega city. For more, check out our guide now!

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You can reach Beykoz directly by various public transportation vehicles such as ferries, buses and minibuses. One of the transportation options you can choose to go to Beykoz is by seaway. If you want to reach Beykoz by ferry, you can choose ferry services that provide transportation between Küçüksu – İstinye and Anadolu Kavağı – Üsküdar.

Beykoz is also one of the important connection points of the city. You can go to Beykoz by using IETT bus services from many places such as Üsküdar, Ümraniye, Kadıköy,Mecidiyeköy and Taksim. Another transportation option is minibus services. You can use minibuses that provide transportation between Beykoz – Riva and Beykoz – Üsküdar.

It is not possible to reach the district directly by metro, tram and metrobus. However, you can also prefer these options for indirectly way.