princes island

Istanbul Princes Island

Prices Island Princes Island is the biggest of the islands of Istanbul, known as Prince Islands by nonnatives. The previous name is Prinkipo. As of now “Prinkipo” signifies “enormous” in Greek. On the most astounding pinnacle of the island are the Aya Yorgi Church and Aya Yorgi Monastery. The primary structure there is M.S. It […]

burgaz island

Istanbul Burgaz Island

Burgaz Island Burgaz Island, the Greek name Αντιγόνη (Antigoni); Istanbul (Prince) is the third in size of the islands. It is round and its width is around 2 km. Bayrak Tepe is the main slope on the island. The island is secured with an Indian backwoods (some of which were singed in 2003). Antigone, the […]

avsa island

Istanbul Avsa Island

Avsa Island Situated on the Sea of Marmara, Avşa Island is one of the tourism focuses. The shorelines on the island are great. Since the organizing is situated on the drift, the settlement ranges are situated on the drift. You can spend a ton of fun in the celebrated Altinkum. Altinkum does not represent a […]


Istanbul Bozcaada

Istanbul Bozcaada Bozcaada, an island associated with Canakkale in the north of the Aegean Sea, is Turkey‘s third biggest island. The island is 37-6 km2 in size, with 12 bays and 12 burbs. There are 17 little islands around the island. The island is affected by the Mediterranean atmosphere and has a low mugginess. The […]

Galatasaray Island

Galatasaray Island and Olympic Pool

Galatasaray is the island which was given to Sarkis Balya in 1872 by Sultan Abdulaziz. Consequently, this island has been called Sarkış Bey Island for a long time. In 1914 Company-i Hayriye began to utilize this island as a coal store and later served as a station giving fuel to the ferry. In 1957, Galatasaray Sports […]