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A Day on Cunda Island
A Day on Cunda Island
In summer the sun shows up early among the leafs of olive trees on the island. Before breakfast, swimming on calm beaches like Çataltepe or Ortunç, when no one is around, could be a refreshing start for a day. After recharging yourself with a favourable breakfast in the Hotel, you can take a Turkish coffee at Taş Kahve, which is located on the coast of Cunda Island and witness local daily life. At midday, when the hot sun washes the streets, dropping by Rahmi M. Koç Museum-Taksiyarhis Church, which is the most visited tourist attraction, could be a good choice. Afterward you can have a nap at the hotel, enjoy the pool with chilling music or discover beaches around Cunda Island.Early sunset is a good time to have a drink at Agios Yannis Church, which is restored as Sevim and Necdet Kent Library. After that you can head towards old windmill and watch the sunset.From the mill you can turn your way into historical streets of Cunda Island. The spirit of exchange, the remainings of Anatolian Greeks, old houses and the famous cats determine the face of Cunda. Each street, each house is worth taking a photograph.These old streets will lead you to coast, where you can have dinner at fish restaurants, or to à la carte restaurants and bars on the market square.Enjoy your day!
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Cunda’s Historical Road through Olive Groves
Cunda’s Historical Road through Olive Groves
There is a historic windmill above the olive groves facing the front side of the hotel. We often refer to this mill while describing the location of the hotel.When you take a visit to this historical windmill, a view composed of Edremit Bay and Ayvalık inland sea will welcome you with open arms. Usually tourists take photos and leave here. If you give your back to the mill and walk into the olive groves towards Ayvalık, you will come across an ancient stone road, which is used to reach olive groves for harvesting.The road offers you a fairytale view with olive trees on your right side and a spectacular sea view on your left. It is possible that the island cats will accompany you for a while.After a 40 minute walk, the road ends and you reaches the ridges of Cunda Island, which separates Ayvalık and the Gulf. If you continue from this point, you can reach Ai Dimitri Monastery, but there is no road, you can walk through olive groves and fields.Keep exploring!
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Breath Training Workshop
Breath Training Workshop
On 29th October, we hosted breath training workshop organized by Breath Coaching Federation.Thank you to Nevsah Institute, Breath Coaches and participants.‘Change your breath and your thought system; let your life change… ’
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Kozak Plateau
Kozak Plateau
Kozak Plateau covered with pine forest is a unique region, which holds biggest portion of pine nut production in Turkey. The plateau, located at an altitude of 500-1000 km on the Ayvalık-Bergama road, is also the production site for the paving stones used in Ayvalık roads. Granite rocks around pine trees would probably catch your attention along the way.On the road from Demircidere Village to Yukarıbey, you can come across with stalls for local product sale. On the same route, you can also take a break in cafes run by families for lunch.The nature invites you here to discover more and more. If you like trekking, we can provide you information about the routes.Keep in touch with nature!
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