Tarabya Beach is located on the European side of Istanbul, on the shores of the Bosphorus. It is a modest coastline of length that runs parallel to the sea behind a street known for its houses and heavy vehicular traffic in indescribable simplicity and elegance. Amateur fishermen on the coast, young and old residents walking or running, yachts, boats and, of course, seascapes are among the key elements that define the Tarabya Coast. It is also an important center of attraction with taverns and fish restaurants along the coast. In addition, sunset views are in abundance.
Yeniköy and Kireçburnu are the preferred destinations on the Tarabya Coast, which is one of the addresses of peaceful walks. Along the way, peddlers selling products such as corns and simits (Turkish Bagel) also stand out.
You can sometimes witness the dance of dolphins at the Tarabya Coast, where popular cafes attract the attention of young people. Especially in summer, the coast, where the intensity increases a lot on weekends, is located in the Yeniköy district on the borders of Sarıyer district.