THE PLACE WHERE SMALL SAILING BOATS WERE BORN: CAMBURNUCamburnu is 49km in distance to Trabzon and 6km to Sürmene Town. Keeping Gökçesu, Kutluar and Kemerli villages in it, one of the important features of this region is that it is one of the two places in the world that has yellow pine trees on the sea level. While you are walking through the trees to the shore and hearing the voices of waves and thinking about what kind of beauty you will see on the shore, you realize that you are on the shore. The ones that see the taintless structure of the sea remember of the Aegean Sea and ask for whether the sea has a blue flag or not. The answer is yes, the blue flag was given to this beauty but because of the lack of interest, it was decided that it is out of criteria, and thus, the only bay which had a blue flag on The Black Sea lost its flag.
The sound of the waves which lash against the coast and draw away the pebbles, will take you far away. In the evenings, one of the most beautiful sunsets of the Black Sea is seen here. It is recommended that you not to go to the coast in winter because the waves won't leave you a place to walk.
While the State was making the road, it protected the coast and made a tunnel throughout the mountain. While you are coming from Trabzon direction, after passing the tunnel, you turn to left and after 200 meters you turn to left again and see Çamburnu on the right side. Besides a parking land, there is a facility which provides the need of food and drink for you.
Camburnu is a coastal town including Gokcesu, Kutlular, Kemerli, Kusluca villages of Surmene town. The old name of the city was Sargona. Established in 1967, Camburnu recreation spot with an area of 5,1 hectares is convenient for day trips and picnics. Camburnu generally lives three seasons in one day; first rainy, then sunny and then hazy.