Discovering The Markets Yalova City

Yalova is located in northwest Turkey, near Istanbul, overlooking the Sea of Marmara. The city has a variety of markets and bazaars that offer a range of goods and services to locals and visitors alike. Here is an overview of some of the most famous markets and bazaars in Yalova:

The popular bazaar in Yalova - Pazar Park: This market is one of the largest and most popular in Yalova. It is a large area consisting of two floors, and several different markets are held throughout the week. It is located right next to Star Mall and has three floors above it designated as car parks. It is located in The market in the city center near Ido Station and attracts locals and tourists alike.

On Saturdays, Mondays, and Thursdays, the market is filled with farmers selling vegetables and fruits of all kinds and shapes, as well as local dairy and cheese sellers and farmers. You will find fresh, seasonal vegetables and fruits at reasonable prices.

On Tuesdays, the place is devoted to handicrafts and traditional Turkish creations, along with some homemade Turkish cuisine. Females of Yalova and its housewives play a significant role in supplying this market and generating income from it. On Wednesdays, you can discover the used goods and antiques market, where you can find local vendors selling items like electrical tools, electrical parts, used goods, scrap metal, and more, in addition to old antiques, vintage items, and old tools.  Yalova Pazar Park opens on the designated days at eight in the morning and stays open until seven or eight at night.

Yalova Çarşı Closed Market: A modern and well-organized market that offers a variety of goods and a large number of local shops. The market is open every day and is situated in the heart of the city, near the well-known market plaza. Large and populated by several sellers and merchants, this bazaar offers a wide variety of local products, including clothing, food, drink, souvenirs, home items, textiles, sewing materials, and more.

Many tourists looking to purchase goods at fair prices are drawn to this market. This bazaar is home to several other stores that sell food, ice cream, drinks, spices, and other culinary necessities. It is well known for being a significant center and a spot that never sleeps in the city. It is near the Ido ferry port and the Star Mall. It welcomes customers from ten in the morning until seven at night, and it may stay open later in the summer.

Çiftlikköy Market: This bazaar is located in the Çiftlikköy neighborhood of Yalova and offers a range of goods, including clothes, shoes, accessories, and household items. The bazaar is held every Sunday and Monday and is popular with the locals.

Altinova Market: This market is located in Altinova, another district of Yalova, and offers a variety of goods, including clothes, shoes, accessories, and household items. The market takes place every Friday and attracts both locals and tourists.

Termal Market: This bazaar is located in Termal, a very important district of Yalova, and offers an array of goods, including clothes, shoes, accessories, and household items. The bazaar takes place every Saturday and is popular with the locals.

In addition to these markets and bazaars, Yalova also has many shopping centers and shops, such as Star Mall  and Vega Mall, including Yalova Shopping Center, and several main streets teeming with shops, restaurants, and cafes and popular with locals and tourists alike. Clothing stores also include Colin's, LC Waikiki, and Polo Assn. Sevenhill, Mavi, Koton, Defecto, flo, etc.

The center of Yalova is a crowded area with many shops, restaurants, cafes, and historical sites, and it is a city with many distinct neighborhoods, each with its own unique and distinct character. Here is an overview of some of the main streets in Yalova and the types of shops you can find there:

  1. Atatürk Blvd., This is the main street in the city center and is home to many shops, cafes, and restaurants.Numerous clothing and shoe stores, jewelry stores, gold and silver shops, and electronics stores can be found here. Along this street, there are a lot of banks and ATMs as well.
  2. Fevzi Çakmak Street: On this street is the closed Yalova Market, and it is home to many traditional shops selling a variety of goods, including spices, textiles, souvenirs, and local handicrafts.
  3. Istiklal Street: This street is located in the Kadıköy district and is home to many shops and markets selling fresh produce, spices, and other commodities.
  4. Termal Avenue: This street is located in Termal, and it is famous for its hot springs and thermal baths. Here, you can find a variety of shops selling local handicrafts, souvenirs, and other goods that appeal to tourists and visitors to the city.

In general, Yalova has a wide selection of eateries and markets, from conventional markets to contemporary shops and global brands. In the various neighborhoods and streets of the city center, you can find a wide variety of goods and products. As these markets and shops are situated on the edges of the coast and as close to the sea as possible, you can have an unmatched shopping experience that combines shopping, recreation, and relaxation.

Yalova is a city in development that is still growing on all fronts. Throughout the year, its markets and stores for international brands expand. Additionally, it keeps expanding and developing in terms of urbanization, architecture, population, businesses, and investors, which creates a lot of job opportunities and makes it a desirable location in the future. bright. OmranTrk Company, a construction company in Yalova, builds the finest housing complexes with all the amenities, such as swimming pools, green spaces, clubs, and more. This offers its customers the best opportunities for real estate investment and stability.

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