SİSDAĞI PLATEAU
Sis Mountain is the highest mountain in the region close to the beach. Its distance is about 85 kilometers from the city center of Trabzon and 38 kilometers from the coast of Beşikdüzü. The shortest and most convenient access road is the path through to Geyikli Town in the direction of Şalpazarı- Acısu. The vehicle density should be taken into account in day of the festival. The highest place of Sis Mountain is the Evliya Hill with 2182 meters of altitude.
THE WORLD’S FIRST UNCOVERED MASJID WITH TWO MINARETS: KADIRGA PLATEAU
Kadirga Plateau has an elevation of 2300 m. Tens of thousands of people attend Kadirga Festival held every year on the third Friday of July.
KADIRALAK PLATEAU
The villages in the region were established above the valleys of the rivers flowing down from the mountains to the sea. The winter period passes by with resting, doing seasonal works and making hand crafts. When the spring comes, in March and April, the fields are spaded and in may the seeds are planted. Families which have mezra (field under cultivation) go to their mezras and spend approximately a month there. Especially the flock is taken to the mezra.
ÇAKIRGÖL PLATEAU
A BREATH OF LIFE WITHIN THE SPRUCE FORESTS: KAYABASI PLATEAU
Kayabasi Plateau has unique scenery surrounded by spruce and fir forests displaying a rich flora. Kara Abdal Festival is held every year on the second week of August in the plateau.
LİMONSUYU PLATEAU
THE PLATEAU OF SPIRIT: HACKA NOMAD CAMPING SITE
Hackali Baba Tomb located in Duzkoy (Hacka Nomad Camping Site) having an elevation of 1784 m. has been attracting visitors. Hackali Hodja is also renowned as Kus Mustafa but his actual name is Mustafa Tarhan. He died in 1949. His followers built a mosque including the tomb. Kadirga Festival is held every year on the third Friday of July in addition to Karaabdal Festival held every year on August 14.
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