KUMRU (CENNET) COVE ANCHORAGE

Çamlık, Ayvalık – Balıkesir – Turkey

GPS : 39°17’57.0″N 26°38’36.9″E / 39.299164, 26.643572

Kumru Koyu is a bay just south of Ayvalık. It’s very quiet and lovely here, well protected, and it feels a bit like an inland lake. A totally landlocked and very attractive anchorage. Water is clean but ground is mostly clay. Water looks like fuzzy greenish color and ground is not visible.

Around the cove covered wonderful fine trees. Any settlement places not available at seashores.

Water depth is changes between 3 – 7 m. It is safe place for anchoring because closed cove to dangeraus winds.

Kumru Adası
GPS : 39°17’59.2″N 26°38’09.3″E / 39.299766, 26.635906

AYVALIK FACILITIES
Public Market : Takes place on Thursdays.
Diving : Diving courses are organized. There are several attractive diving spots in the area.
Special Shopping : Olive, Olive Oil, Brined Olives, Castile Soap
Beach : Sarımsaklı, Altınova
Shopping : Supermarket, Shops, Markets, Stores
Health : Health Center, Doctors, Nurses, Pharmacies, Dentists
Accommodations : Hotels, Motels, Pensions, Rental Houses
Dining : Restaurants, Cafes, Buffets, Bakery
Communication : Post Office, Phone, Internet
Bank
Hair dresser
Laundry
Entertainment : Discotheques, Bars, Night Clubs

FISH RESTAURANTS
There are many restaurants just along the water front. Fish Restaurants are very famous with their fishes, cooking and services. Fishes available due to seasons.

FISH AND SEA PRODUCT SPECIES LIST OF THE AEGEAN SEA

TRANSPORT
Ayvalık – Edremit Airport 40 km, İzmir International Airport 175 km
Ferryboat : Ayvalık – Lesvos Island, Ayvalık – Alibey (Cunda) Adası
Seabus : Ayvalık – Lesvos Island
Bus : Ayvalık – Alibey Adası, Balıkesir, İzmir
Airport : Balıkesir Körfez Airport, Balıkesir Central Airport, Edremit Koca Seyit Airport, Çanakkale Airport. İzmir Adnan Menderes International Airport

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Coordinates

39°17'57.0"N
26°38'36.9"E

Address

Sefa Çamlık Mahallesi, 10400 Ayvalık/Balıkesir, Turkey

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