Among them is Yalova... Expectations of an unprecedented recovery in tourism in all Turkish cities

The Turkish city of Yalova, which is described as the "Pearl of the Sea of Marmara" and other distinguished Turkish tourist cities, is preparing to receive large numbers of tourists from various Arab countries and Western countries, who wish to spend the Eid al-Fitr holiday in the arms of the enchanting nature.

Those interested in the tourism sector in Turkey expect that their sector will witness a significant recovery during the Eid al-Fitr holiday in early May, especially in city centres and coastal areas, led by the cities of Yalova, Istanbul, Bursa, and Trabzon, according to the Turkish Anadolu Agency.

The state of Yalova in northwestern Turkey, which is considered one of the most important tourist destinations, recorded a record number during the year 2021, receiving about 500,000 tourists, which confirms the importance of this city for tourists and visitors coming from various Arab, Western and European countries.

The Turkish city of Yalova is famous for its nurseries, which contain hundreds of species of trees, flowers and plants. For this reason, these nurseries will witness unprecedented tourist activity with the advent of the spring and summer seasons.

The Turkish "Yalova" also characterised by many features that put it in the ranks of tourist cities, due to its strategic location and its distinctive climate in summer and winter, in addition to its charming nature and eye-catching landscapes, which made it on the list of tourists wishing to visit in Turkey, and there are many International hotels such as Ramada and Hilton. The city also has many amusement parks and entertainment games for children and adults alike, in addition to green forests spread throughout the state.

Tourism leaders expect tourism sector revenues in Turkey to reach $34.5 billion by the end of 2024, noting that the tourism sector in Turkey is considered a “locomotive” for other economic sectors, thanks to the revenues it generates for the country and the job opportunities it provides, according to what was reported. Turkish Anatolia.

Among the most prominent tourist places that are recommended to visit and spend Eid al-Fitr vacation there and enjoy the charming natural landscapes are:

  • Exciting waterfalls: where tourists can visit the waterfalls and take a walk in the forest, especially since it is only 20 minutes away from the city centre.
  • The Termal area and its waterfalls: characterised by the presence of water and sulphur springs, which tourists from all over the world visit for treatment and relaxation.
  • Çınarcik Coast: It is considered one of the best beaches on the Sea of Marmara, as it has private beaches suitable for swimming and water activities. It also features a private beach for women.
  • In addition, there are a number of luxury homes “villas” located on the coastal strip of the city.

The Turkish "Yalova" is distinguished by its advanced real estate and residential projects with a sea view and also overlooking the charming nature, which the "OmranTRK" company is still working on, including the "Al-Moruj" project, which provides those wishing to spend the Eid al-Fitr holiday with apartments for tourist and daily rent in which all amenities are available. Amenities of comfort, as the project is located in the heart of the city and enjoys a clear, stunning sea view.

In addition to all these advantages that the state enjoys, the Turkish government has given it increased attention in terms of supporting real estate and economic projects there, in order to attract more investors and businessmen to launch huge investment projects there, after granting them more facilities for that.

The number of tourists coming to Turkey witnessed a growth of 186.52% during last February, compared to the same month in 2021 and 2022, and the majority of foreign tourists came to Turkey from the cities of: Brussels, Frankfurt, Paris, Amsterdam, and Baku, according to a statement by the Turkish company “Enuygun”. A leader in the field of tourism and travel.

The company pointed out that the demand of European tourists to visit Turkey increases expectations for the future of tourism during the current year 2024, especially for the spring and summer seasons.

Turkey's revenues from tourism achieved a growth of 103% during the year 2021, rising to 24 billion 482 million 332 thousand dollars. Turkey also received 30 million 38 thousand 961 visitors during the past year, despite the restrictions and challenges of the Corona epidemic, according to official Turkish sources

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