SINOP CITY GUIDE
The province of Sinop is located at the most northern point of the Black Sea Region at the most narrow section of the Boztepe Peninsula. The province is one of the most beautiful natural seaports of the Black Sea Region. The province is one of the oldest cities of the region and is the birth lace of the philosopher Diogene. The city provides unbelievable beauties to its visitors with the beaches which lie one each other.
Sites of Interest
Akliman, Gazi, Ayancık, Çamlık, Bürnük, Kustepe and Türkeli Pine Groves forest recreation areas, Karagöl Kumluğu and Bahçeler beaches, Balatlar Church, Sinop and Boyabat castles, Muineddin Süleyman Pervane (Alaeddin) old theological schools, Alaeddin, Saray, Cezayirli Ali Pasha, Meydankapı, Kefevi, Cumaköy and Yazıköy mosques, small mosque (mescid) of Fethi Baba and Akmescid, Durak Inn, Seyyid Bilal, Gazi Çelebi, İsfendiyaroğulları, Sultan Hatun and Hatunlar mausoleums, Aslan Fountain, 1853 Sinop Naval War Graves, Sinop Museum.