Although the secret is out about Bozcaada, you can still find a great deal of wonderful, unspoiled areas to wander around and explore. The population is small, around 2000 people, so it is possible to visit many parts of the island and not see person, adding to the peace and tranquillity of the island. Bozcaada is the home of some very famous vineyards and wonderful seafood so you can sit on a waterfront patio and sip wine over a plate of crab all night long and for a very cheap price.
Much of the electricity on the island has been provided by generators for years but with the recent installation of wind turbines only the very cheapest pensions may have a concern with electricity. The accommodation on the island is cheap and very pleasant with a great variety of houses for rental and a number of B&B’s, most are situated around the port area of town for easy access by tourists.
One of the best things to do on the island is to spend a day or two on the glorious beaches that line the coast, the sand is soft and fine and the waters are generally a little cooler than other Turkish. The Castle of Bozcaada is difficult to miss, located near the centre of town and perched on a hill overlooking the island. It is a wonderful mixture of the architectural styles of the cultures that have fought for and lost the island.
You can be the first to review 'Bozcaada'.