ABOUT VAKFIKEBİR
Vakfikebir is 40 km west of Trabzon, surrounded by Carsibasi in the east, Besikduzu in the west, Tonya in the south and Black Sea in the north. From Işıklı lighthouse the coastline turns first south west then north west to form the large bay called “Büyükliman” (The Big Harbour). The bay of Buyukliman is partly closed to northwestern wind making it a good refuge for the sailors. The tale of how this county took its name is interesting.
ABOUT YOMRA
The date of foundation of Yomra is similar to that of Trabzon.
ABOUT SÜRMENE
As the mountains which run parallel along the coastline of The Black Sea, go to the east they become vertical to the sea. The level areas that make settlement possible on the coast are very rare. Because of the heavy rain, the mountains are covered by forests and thick floras. The brooks, which are formed in the valleys, create natural passageway to the inland from the shore.
ABOUT ARSİN
Town center is located on the seaboard and has a slope land. Depending on the biome, summers are cool and winters are warm. Temperate climate dominates the area.
ABOUT AKÇAABAT
Akcaabat, on the Eastern Black Sea region, is a city that has valuable natural features. It is one of the Black Sea's natural harbors. Its climate is a mixture of the Black Sea and the Mediterranean. This is why it is the only place where tobacco can be grown. Besides, due to the climate's convenience, both olive and citrus along with a variety of vegetables and fruits can be grown here. The biggest fair of the vicinity is found in Akcaabat.
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ABOUT ARAKLI
Similar to other counties in the Eastern Black Sea region, the pre-history of Arakli has not been clarified with archeological excavations either. But it is believed that habitation in Arakli was not after a long time than Trabzon since it was located on the way of Silk Road which was the most popular trade route between East and West for thousands of years.
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