Trabzon is one of the most popular cities in the Eastern Black Sea Region with its magnificent nature, deep-rooted history, unique culture and delicious tastes. Here are the several places to visit in Trabzon.
Uzungöl and Karester Plateau
Uzungöl, which is visited by local and foreign tourists at all times of the year, offers different beauties and various activity opportunities in every season. Karester Plateau, which is one of the places to visit in Uzungöl, still continues its life as a plateau that has not lost its original texture.
You should definitely see this plateau, which indirectly affected the formation of Uzungöl, one of the most popular spots in Trabzon.
Sakarsu Plateau, with its former name, is the largest plateau close to Uzungöl. At the same time, Şekersu Plateau, which has the status of a village, is liked with its natural beauties and clean Black Sea air.
Sultan Murat Plateau
The plateau, which has a historical importance, fascinates its visitors with its clean air and natural beauties.
Uzungöl Nature Park
Uzungöl, which was declared a nature park in 1989, spreads over a large area of 1625 hectares. Uzungöl, which is a landslide set lake in Çaykara district of Trabzon, draws attention with its location and the views it offers.
Aygır Lake, Located in Trabzon’s Çaykara district and at an altitude of 2740 meters, attracts attention as a glacial lake located on the Haldizen Mountains.
Sera Lake and Sera Lake Nature Park
Sera Lake is a small barrier lake that emerged as a result of an earthquake in the Sera Deresi Valley in 1950. The area where this lake is located was declared a nature park in 2010.
The lake, which you can reach by using the road to Akçaabat, Düzköy road and Hıdırnebi Plateau, takes its name from the trout in it. You can have a picnic, go lake biking and zipline in this area.
Akarsu Village Cave
Akarsu Village Cave, which was used as a settlement in ancient times, is located in the Maçka district of Trabzon.
Altındere Valley National Park
The region was declared a national park in 1987. Altındere Valley National Park offers a very attractive atmosphere with its clean air and magnificent nature.