Project Description

Town of Babakale

A cute fisherman’s village from the times of the Ottoman Empire, Babakale is the western most point of the Anatolian peninsula. Famous for its prized blue fin tunas, fishing and pirating heritage, the town has the last fortress built by the Ottoman Empire (1723). An hour of driving from the hotel, Babakale can be a great half-day trip for those who want to combine history and culture in their trips.