It is founded in the north side of Urla Peninsula, 100km away from Izmir centre. Karaburun has 21 bays with clean waters and the old stone houses are worth seeing.
Karaburun's HistoryThe settlement of the peninsula dates back to the Stone Age. Karaburun was a trade and culture centre in the Aioli, Lydia, Helen and Roman civilizations. It was separated from Cesme in 1910 and became an independent district.
MordoganKaraburun has thirteen villages; Mordogan is the most popular one. Mordogan is especially popular for its fish. Additionally, olive oil mills are an important heritage in the region.
Getting to KaraburunIf you are traveling to Karaburun by car, you should take the Izmir Cesme highway, and take the exit Karaburun.
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