East of Istanbul is Bolu, the starting point of the Black Sea region, where Yedigoller (Yedigöller), or Seven Lakes National Park, is the main attraction. The park tempts visitors to journey through all four seasons of the year in the course of a short drive thanks to a climate that generates multicoloured forests of oak, alder, pine, and hazelnut. Hot springs, hiking and strolling opportunities, and one of Turkey’s top ski resorts can all be found by explorers.
The ground was covered with a wide variety of diverse plants and trees. For those interested in lake fishing, Yedigoller is a remarkably significant location. Additionally, the number of animals inside the park, including deer, pigs, wolves, foxes, and squirrels, is growing as a result of efficient protection of plant and animal life.
Sapanca and Yedigöller are lovely all year round, but September brings to mind another lovely locale. The captivating natural sceneries are so captivating that it’s impossible not to be moved. Make a plan today and go exploring in these early autumn days!
Sakarya’s Sapanca neighbourhood is charming. It is a path with serene, aspirational SPA hotels in and near nature where you may enjoy some time to yourself. Sapanca’s history began around 1200 BC. This town, where the Byzantines and Seljuks lived side by side and where there has been settlement since the Phrygians, offers a wide variety of weekend activities.
No matter what, wake up early and greet the day at one of the adorable breakfast spots near the Sapanca River. Particularly close to the Krkpnar Neighborhood, there are lots of adorable eateries. It is certain that you will enjoy having breakfast in front of that beautiful view… Then, try to maintain your weight loss by going on a nature walk, running around the lake, or renting a stunning bicycle. Even renting a boat and taking a tour of the lake are options.