Following the footsteps of the wealth and the sumptous life in Ayvalık in 1800s, you can discover;
Cafe Canelo, the old city club where once cancan dance was performed, is now a cafe with the same name in the center of town,
Orient Express was once thought to be extended till Ayvalık, for which a spectacular hotel was built; the building is now used as the Treasury.
The French and English Consulate buildings.
The unique mansions built by Italian architects; numerous churches, chapels, monasteries, which are either still used or only left as remains.
Narrow streets with beautiful examples of Rum architecture, decorated with colorful flowers.
Would you like to see the times past and record it all in your camera?
Under the sea is a different world and Ayvalık is a good choice for the divers. We wait for you in Ayvalık to dive for the red corals which are found only in Ayvalık in Turkey.
22 small islands, of which Cunda is the largest. You can swim in the clearest waters, around which no human settlement exist.
Sea food, countless number of herbs, olives, olive oil, cheese and yogurt of the Cunda dairies; enriched with the creativity of the chefs; which results in delicious tapas and fish.
An endless forest of pine, fresh and pure air, vineyards from which you can taste the famous Kozak grapes in autumn, the small villages around, trekking...
You can have a daily trip to the remains of the antique city Pergamon, that is 1 hour distance to Ayvalık by car.