The city of Yalova is located in northwestern Turkey, near the eastern shore of the Sea of Marmara, and has a population of approximately 100,000, and there are in the city of Yalova many tourist areas, which make it a tourist city par excellence, the most important of which is the Ataturk Avi Yalova Palace, and its fame in hot springs, The climate of Yalova is characterized by being located between the Mediterranean and subtropical climate, as its winters are cold and its summers are hot and dry. Yalova is about 175 km away from Istanbul. //////// Among the most important tourist attractions in Yalova: Armutlu: It is a small coastal area that extends along the coastal strip, and extends for a distance of 51 km from the city of Yalova, and many famous resorts have been established in it.
Altan Ufa: about 27 km from the coast of Yelwa, and there are many ancient historical monuments, such as baths, water canals and a castle, and its history goes back to different generations, and the Heniley Paul region is one of the important areas in that region.
Giftley Koy: Giftley Koy is located 4 km from Yalova, where it is famous for the beaches and camps dating back to ancient times. Important drawings dating back to the Byzantine and Hellanistic era were found, and sculptures dating back to the first centuries depicting the Roman leader Villotetams.
Genargic: Genargic is located at a distance of 17 km from the city of Yalova, and it has been called Kew in the Byzantine era, meaning the city of fresh air, and it is considered one of the most important tourist areas in Yalova, as it contains beaches, forests, tourist centers and hotels, in addition to historical monuments dating back to the Byzantine and Roman era .
Termal: Termal is located 12 km from Yalova, and is famous annually for receiving thousands of tourists, due to the presence of its famous health resorts, and its historical monuments.