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Colonnaded Port

Colonnaded Port

Its wide ports opening to the Mediterranean are of great importance in Hatay's being an important trade and logistics center that has preserved its importance throughout history. One of the origins of this value, which extends from the colonies thousands of years ago to Rome, from the Ottoman rule to the present, is located within the borders of the city's Arsuz district. The coastal part of a cute village called Konacık hosts the historical port city of the Hellenistic period. Although there are various remains in the form of rock blocks today, the area in question is known as the Colonnaded Port. Colonnaded Harbor, which contains ruins of ancient harbors scattered in various areas, is famous for its walking path today. Evening walks are extremely popular in the summer months on the road, which can be visited at any time of the day. There is also a camping area in the area for adventurers. Especially in the summer season, it is flocked by those who want to spend a quiet, calm and economical holiday. You can visit the historical harbor, which also has cute accommodation facilities around, listen to the sound of the sea, watch the sunset in a pleasant ambiance and have a good time.

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