Giresun, located in the Eastern Black Sea Region, is located on a peninsula. Giresun is one of the pearl cities of the Black Sea which the green blue embraces in the north-east of Anatolia. The virgin forests of Giresun, which are very convenient for tourism in terms of natural and historical values, and their streams are interesting.
Regions of Giresun Province; Alucra Bulancak Çamoluk Çanakçı Dereli Doğankent Espiye Eynesil Görele Güce Kesap Piraziz Şebinkarahisar Tirebolu and Yağlıdere.
Giresun Island Giresun Island, the only island of the Black Sea, is located one mile from the shore. The island, which has an area of 40,000 square meters, is being visited by special voyages during Aksu festivals and summer months.
Giresun Castle: The castle, which has a very rich historical culture, is located in the center of the city. Kalede National Struggle Hero Topal Osman Agha’s monumental grave, historical palace ruins caves, rough stones built with walls and stone reliefs are important points to be seen
The eastern and western coasts of the city of Giresun are natural beaches that go on for miles. It is about 5 km to the city center. Arif Kumaş is located in the distance Giresun Municipality Police Headquarters and Gendarmerie beaches are the main beaches of Giresun. Beaches to be camped in Giresun Arif Kumaş Bulancak Municipality Keşap Düzköy Municipality Beach Tirebolu Beach. In addition, a Blue Cruise is held every summer between Giresun Island and Giresun Port in summer
Traditional Giresun Houses
The district of Kalenin located in the southeast and named after Zeytinlik Quarter consists of old historical Giresun houses. It is taken care of and is a place to visit. It is an interesting seminar to be visited for those who are curious about old houses.
WHAT TO EAT?
Giresun comes to mind with anchovy and anchovies. Besides this, food is made from corn flour. Some of the dishes; Karalahana Soup Karalahana Diblesi Nettle Puff Corn Pepper Bean Pepper Cherry Dash and Pezik Mihlaması.
Giresun Kalesini Springs and Museum
Giresun pides in the plateau meat and trout and local specialties (black cabbage soup, black pepper dingle anchovy and fish varieties)
Hazelnut Peshtemal and Kazancılar Bazaar sold handmade gifts without buying
… Do not turn around.