In the Cerkezkoy district of Tekirdag, the lavender garden wearing purple wedding dresses began to welcome their visitors. Lavender gardens, prepared in different concepts, were flooded by visitors from Istanbul and the surrounding cities, as they are natural photography studios. Furkan Yaran, a young entrepreneur working in the private sector and interested in lavender in his spare time; “Hello to everyone on the purple-scented day. The lavenders we have created in our garden for about 4 years have started to welcome our visitors this year as well.
We added different concepts to our 1-hour garden this year. We welcome everyone. Our visitors who come to our peaceful, natural photography studio garden far from Istanbul,” he said. Expressing that the lavender garden is a childhood dream and that she is happy with the lavender turning purple, Ayse Avci said; “We take care of our garden in our spare time from work. We have created a beautiful concept. Here we are working with my family to make our field even more beautiful. We welcome all our visitors to this beauty. One and a half months, “he said.
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Tekirdag Provincial Culture and Tourism Director Ahmet Hacioglu told the UAV Reporter that Tekirdag’s lavender fields revive tourism. Hacioglu said, “Tekirdag is one of the important centers of ecotourism. Due to its geographical location close to Istanbul, it attracts local and foreign tourists. Especially at this time of the year, the lavenders that dye the fields purple become one of the important places. Tourism resources Tekirdağ is again the center of photo safari enthusiasts. It is intertwined with nature. Looking for a place to rest and breathe away from the noise. This is possible in Tekirdağ. We are waiting for all photography lovers. Within the framework of the events and Lavender days held in our Cerkezkoy district, lavender fields have become one of the indispensable places of our country’s enthusiasts, just like canola, sunflower and poppy fields. It’s one of my favorite cities.”