The construction of the hotel started in 2018 and was completed this year. New furniture and room layouts are prepared. Bed floors; It consists of two floors and has a large breakfast area. In the Hotel, there are fourteen rooms. The ten rooms are double rooms and the four rooms are also arranged as twin rooms.
Our hotel is located in the city center square, which is reached after seven km from the Kuzulimani port. Around our hotel, you can easily reach a lot of things you need and you can catch other delicacies produced by our islanders. An enjoyable holiday is waiting for you with our newly built rooms and breakfast who prepared with the products of our organic farm.
Now let us give you information about our island.
Gokceada (Imbros) Imbros or Imroz, officially changed to Gökçeada since 29 July 1970, is the largest island of Turkey and the seat of Gökçeada District of Canakkale Province. It is located in the Aegean Sea, at the entrance of Saros Bay and is also the westernmost point of Turkey (Cape İncirburnu). Imbros has an area of 279 km2 (108 sq mi) and contains some wooded areas.
In mythology According to Greek mythology, the palace of Thetis, mother of Achilles, king of Phthia, was situated between Imbros and Samothrace. The stables of the winged horses of Poseidon were said to lie between Imbros and Tenedos.
Homer, in The Iliad wrote: In the depths of the sea on the cliff Between Tenedos and craggy Imbros There is a cave, wide gaping Poseidon who made the earth tremble, stopped the horses there.
In classical antiquity, Imbros, like Lemnos, was an Athenian cleruchy, a colony whose settlers retained Athenian citizenship; although since the Imbrians appear on the Athenian tribute lists, there may have been a division with the native population. The original inhabitants of Imbros were Pelasgians, as mentioned by Herodotus in The Histories.
Çınarlı "The City Center" Çınarlı (also known as "Gökçeada" or "Merkez" meaning "center") is the only town on Imbros, known as Panaghia Balomeni (Παναγία Μπαλωμένη) in Greek; there is a small airport nearby. Villages Most of the settlements on Imbros were given Turkish names in 1926.
Bademli köyü Older Greek name is Gliky (Γλυκύ). It is located to the northeast of the island, between Çınarlı town and Kaleköy/Kastro.
Dereköy Older Greek name is Schoinoudi (Σχοινούδι). It is located at the center of the west side of island. Due to the emigration of the Greek population (largely to Australia and the USA; some to Greece and Istanbul before the 1970s), Dereköy is largely empty today. However, many people return on every 15 August for the festival of the Virgin Mary.
Eşelek / Karaca köyü It is located at the southeast of the island. It is an agricultural area that produces fruit and vegetables.
Kaleköy Older name is Kastro (Κάστρο) (Latin and Greek for castle). Located on the north-eastern coast of island, there is an antique castle near the village. Kaleköy also has a small port which was constructed by the French Navy during the occupation of the island in the First World War, and is now used for fishing-boats and yachts.
Şahinkaya köyü It is located near Dereköy.
Şirinköy It is located in the southwest of island.
Tepeköy Older Greek name is Agridia (Αγρίδια). It is located in the north of the island, and is home to the largest Greek population among all villages. İlyas Dağ, an extinct volcano located to the south of the village, has an elevation of 673 m (2,208 ft), which makes it the highest point of the island. Uğurlu köyü It is located in the west of the island.
Yeni Bademli köyü It is located at the center-northeast of the island, near Bademli. It has many motels and pensions. Yenimahalle Older Greek name is Evlampion (Ευλάμπιον). It is located near the town of Çınarlı on the road to Kuzulimanı port.
Zeytinli köyü Older Greek name is Aghios Theodoros (Άγιος Θεόδωρος). Demetrios Archontonis, known as Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople, was born there on 29 February 1940. The village has beautiful historic Greek houses and gets its Turkish name from the surrounding olive groves (Zeytinli köy meaning "Olive-ville" in Turkish.) The village is very popular among tourists during high season.
Cittaslow Gökçeada is one of the eight "cittaslows" of Turkey and is the second in being accepted as one, after Seferihisar.
Places to see
Aydıncık/Kefaloz (Kefalos) beach: Best location for windsurfing citation needed
Kapıkaya (Stenos) beach:
Kaşkaval peninsula / (Kaskaval): Scuba diving
Kuzulimanı (Haghios Kyrikas): Ferries to Kabatepe port.
Mavikoy/Bluebay: The first national underwater park in Turkey. Scuba diving allowed for recreational purposes.
Marmaros beach: Also has a small waterfall.
Pınarbaşı (Spilya) beach: Longest (and most sandy) beach on the island.
Marine Water from the Black and Marmara Seas mixing with the warmer saltier water of the Aegean Sea supports a rich marine ecosystem.