Yalova – Turkey
GPS : 40°39’37.0″N 29°16’05.0″E / 40.660278, 29.268056
VHF Channels : 16
Call Sign : ” yalova harbour ”
Main Breakwater Lighthouse
GPS : 40°39’37.3″N 29°16’03.9″E / 40.660371, 29.267755
Inner Breakwater Lighthouse
GPS : 40°39’35.7″N 29°16’04.8″E / 40.659919, 29.268014
Yalova is a city located in northwestern Turkey, on the eastern coast of the Sea of Marmara, and is the capital of the Yalova Province.
Capacity : 105 boats
Outer Breakwater : 167 m
Inner Breakwater : 70 m
Administration : Yalova Center Fishery Products Cooperative
Shopping : Hipermarkets, Supermarkets, Shops, Markets, Stores
Reparing & Maintenance Workshops : City center
Technical Equipment Shops : City center
Accommodation : Rental House, Apart Hotels, Pensions, Hotels, Motels
Dining : Restaurants, Cafes, Buffets, Bakeries, Fish Restaurants
Communication : Post Office, Phone, Internet, Wi-Fi
Health : Hospital, Health Center, Pharmacies, Doctors, Nurses, Ambulances, Dentits
Bank : Banks and cash machines
Entertainment : Bars, Discotheques, Night Clubs, Tea Gardens
Transport : Taxi, Minibus, Bus
To have an authentic Turkish bazaar experience, paying a visit to Yalova’s bazaar is a must. The bazaar can be found opposite the ferry terminal on the seafront. It is worth noting that although a permanent structure, the bazaar is open only on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Surrounding the bazaar is a range of stalls that are open daily and specialise in such things as clothing, linens, shoes, housewares, lingerie, and cheeses.
Termal is a town and district of Yalova Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. Termal is a beautiful area found among the hills outside of Yalova. It is renowned with its hot springs. Yalova Thermal Baths are located in Yalova, about 80 km away from Istanbul. The huge complex, lying on a land of about 1,6 mill. square metres, is located 12 km away from Yalova. There are 4 hotels, one of which is an apart, in the complex. There are 5 baths in the complex which also possess historical value.
The Karaca Arboretum is located in Samanlı village, which is on Yalova – Termal highway 5 km away from the city centrum. Arboretums are living plant museums in which in which mostly a collection of rare trees and shrubs whose origin is well-known and that are carefully classified, is cultivated for scientific, observational or educational purposes in suitable habitats for exhibition. The living plant gardens where every tree, bush, shrub and herbaceous plant are gathered together and correctly and carefully labelled for scientific and display purposes, are also called the Botanic Gardens.
Arboretum, is situated on a field of 13, 5 hectar and nowadays includes an estimate of 7000 different plant types, kinds, sub-groups, variety and culture forms. Karaca Arboretum is the first private Arboretum of Turkey. It includes rock plants, iris and rose gardens, miniature plants and Turkish eastern bonsai plant collections. It also involves the kinds of essential type and culture forms of the significant collections such as Acer, Prunus, Malus, Magnolia, Quercus, Betula, Pinus, Abies, and Picea.
A trip in Arboretum takes about 1,5 hours. Among the most important facilities of Karaca Arboretum are providing practicum opportunities to college students, raising the awareness of ordinary people as it is open to public, supplying the arboretums and botanic gardens in various regions of Turkey with plant materials, providing training opportunities for gardening, making exchanges of seeds with arboretums and botanic gardens all around the world, continuing the expansion of plant collections, building new gardens in Arboretum can be listed.
ATATÜRK MANSION MUSEUM
Yalova Atatürk Mansion is a mansion built for and used by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk during his visits to the thermal facilities in Yalova at Marmara Region, Turkey. Currently, the building is owned by the Turkish Grand National Assembly and is partly open to public as a house museum.
Mustafa Kemal Atatürk visited Yalova first in 1927. He went there in summer months for the local thermal facilities. During his visits, he stayed in a wooden pavilion in Baltacı Farm next to the thermal bath, which was built in the 19th century by Sultan Abdülhamid II (reigned 1876–1909). Atatürk commissioned the construction of a mansion for himself in Millet Farm (Millet Çiftliği). Designed by the architect Sedat Hakkı Eldemit, it was completed in 1929. The mansion was initially called Millet Farm Mansion after the farm’s name in which it was built.
The originally wooden mansion was renovated later. The two-story building has three VIP lounges and eleven rooms. It is equipped with furnitures brought from Dolmabahçe Palace. Atatürk spent summer months in this mansion.
They are clean and have pleasant services. Fishes available due to seasons.
FISH AND SEA PRODUCT SPECIES LIST OF THE MARMARA SEA
Yalova – Bursa 69 km, Gemlik 43 km, Karamürsel 30 km, Gölcük 50 km, İzmit 63 km, İstanbul 174 km.
Seabus : Yalova – Yenikapı (İstanbul), Yalova – Çınarcık, Yalova – Kartal (İstanbul)
Ship : Yalova – Kartal (İstanbul), Yalova – Eminönü (İstanbul)
Fast Ferryboat : Yalova – Yenikapı (İstanbul), Yalova – Pendik (İstanbul)
Ferryboat : Topçular – Eskihisar (İstanbul), Yalova – Kartal
Minibus : Yalova – Termal, Çınarcık
Bus : Yalova – Bursa, İzmit, Gemlik
Airport : Bursa Yenişehir Airport, Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, Atatürk International Airport