Karaburun, which is one of the regions in the Eastern Mediterranean Basin that hasn’t been affected by human intervention, is attractive with its ecosystem, biodiversity and natural and cultural assets. With its turquoise bays, unique nature that harbors many almost extinct creatures such as the Mediterranean Seal, plants and herbs that have dispersed health for centuries, traditions and peaceful existence, Karaburun is a niche touristic paradise.


Karaburun Peninsula, which carried traces of a profound history, is mentioned in many myths. Mimas Mountain, mentioned in Homer’s “Oddysea”’ is the mountain we call Bozdağ today.