Cide Port

Cide Port

Cide Port

Cide Port, which is the most important point of silk road maritime trade, is a natural painting bestowed by mother nature with his ancient history as human history. "We passed through the homeland of the high-cultured Henets; Kiteros and Aycelos." Cide, which has an important place in the development of humanity with its long history, is also the most valuable stop in the maritime trade of the Silk Road. Cide, a natural port, is also known as Gideros. The place, which has its share of the unique beauty of Kastamonu, is one of the most beautiful places bestowed by nature. Cide, who began to embrace Turkish culture with Candaroğlu, became Ottoman Territory with the conquest of Fatih Sultan Mehmet. The Port of Cide, where Turkishness and Turkish culture has developed for centuries, is also actively used during the Ottoman period. The distribution center of salt brought from the Russians becomes the distribution center and the port where the goods distributed to the entire empire are shipped. Cide Port, which was called Elms Pier at the time, was named district in 1868. Cide is one of the frequent spots of nature lovers and photography enthusiasts today. You capture snapshots of beauty in every square centimeter you turn the lens of your camera. Cide Port, one of the most beautiful places where sea and land meet, welcomes thousands of local and foreign tourists every year.

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    13.08.2023 16:44

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