Göynük is a town and a district of Bolu Province in the Black Sea region of Turkey. It covers an area of 1,436 km², and the population (2000) is 18,589 of which 4,894 live in the town of Göynük. The mayor is Kemal Kazan (AKP). Its neighbours are Mudurnu from north-east, Nallıhan from south-east, Sarıcakaya from south, Yenipazar from south-west, Taraklı from west and Akyazı from north-west.
Restaurants in Goynuk
4.5 based on 560 reviews
It is walkable but for a short taxi ride, this little gem of natural beauty is well worth a visit while in Kemer. There are Maldives-style seated areas on stilts over the lake and river and simply but tasty food and drinks available (at reasonable charge).
4.5 based on 29 reviews
First the design is great, drinks are not very expensive, security is tight (they wont allow you to drink while on the dance floor). The dj and performers where terrific. We went on the opening night in May ;)
4 based on 447 reviews
Dino Park is located in 30.000 m² area where there are a unique nature with orange smells and Forests of European nut pines and Turkish pines. In Dino Park, there are the models that are in the same size with their original sizes of the dinosaurs whose vanished millions years ago. These movable models can make a sound as dinosaurs. With their sights and breathes, they make you feel that they are alive. You can visit these creatures, to which you are very familiar by movies and documentaries, in touching distance. Visiting the Dino Park, you will have unforgettable times by having an exciting and historic journey with animatronic models and joining the activities that include children and adults.
Since it is in open air, take precautions for heat and sun. There are dinasour toys with sound and movement. There is a small pool for enjoying the kids, so you might think about bringing towel and bath suits. There is option for eating something. If you would like to have sometime out of hotel and attractions in the hotel it could be an option. If your stay is long and looking for something it can be visited. In our case we especially visited there with high expectations but it did not met our expectations. It is near to Göynük and Beldibi. To visit from city center or Belek and Kundu, you can go to Expo where similar dinasours are found.I can recommednd it for the ones staying in Kemer.
4 based on 29 reviews
Beautiful small lake near Bolu. Great for a weekend visit or even a picnic. Make sure to visit Historical Göynük nearby.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
Was expecting something different I guess... but mainly was ok. i suggest to try, its like a car wash- you go in and come out like a brand new :)
4.5 based on 422 reviews
Superb restaurants,water park and beach spent about 6hours in moonlight park.Our daughter and grandson went to swim with dolphins Fantastic day had by all
4.5 based on 214 reviews
Folkloric Yoruk Park located in Kemer, Antalya is a Special Tourism Certified facility of 1982and is also registered trademark.Yoruk Park is situated on the peninsula Kucukburun, whose status is completely a State Forest and National Park. It serves with the function and concept of the ethnographic park and living open-air folk museum. Those who visit this park can taste the food and beverages completing this natural and authentic environment. They can also listen to the traditional and folk music. Continuation of the area decorated with traditional products and supported by the natural vegetation and 26-year-old recreated forest gives the opportunity to walk along the panoramic trails protected by the scientific criteria. All the visitors can benefit from the 600 meters smooth-surfaced floor prepared for the physically disabled people and families with babies.
Firstly is cost only 2 tl to enter per person which was great value for money. It is basically an open air museum detailing how people used to live in the past in Turkey, descriptions were given in various languages and we're very informative. The views from the grounds are really lovely. We enjoyed it and would visit the small cafe there if we visited again.
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