The historic Tamzara neighborhood of northern Giresun province has begun to welcome guests once more amid Turkey’s normalization course of following the outbreak of COVID-19.
Located on the route connecting the Black Sea and Central Anatolia, the Tamzara neighborhood in Şebinkarahisar district attracts vacationers with its centuries-old ambiance, highlighted by its restored homes, and immerses guests in the tradition of Anatolia.
Additionally, the Silbehan pond in the neighborhood highlights the realm’s pure magnificence. The pond, which is stored clear and is surrounded by bushes, supplies a peaceable spot for guests searching for tranquility.
The historic Tamzara neighborhood can be on the route of many tour corporations because of its connections with the Black Sea provinces of Gümüşhane, Trabzon, Amasya and Samsun.
Under the Project of Tamzara Living with Tourism, supported by the Eastern Black Sea Development Agency (DOKA), the neighborhood has hosted an elevated variety of guests yearly. Giresun Governor Enver Ünlü instructed Anadolu Agency (AA) that everybody ought to go to Tamzara, which is a really stunning Ottoman quarter with its historic homes. “This is a spot the place our residents can come from large cities and relieve their stress. They can discover every kind of alternatives and luxury of pure life right here. Due to its air, Tamzara can be a really good neighborhood the place bronchial asthma victims can keep in the course of the summer season,” he stated.
Noting that the Şebinkarahisar district is a gateway to Central Anatolia and Eastern Anatolia, Ünlü famous that vacationers visiting Giresun’s highlands can cease by Tamzara and Şebinkarahisar on their travels.
Ünlü stated the weaving cooperative established in the neighborhood by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Turkey’s founder and first president, has been revived once more, and girls produce high-quality Tamzara materials manufactured from 100% cotton in the weaving workshop.
Ünlü stated guests should purchase pure merchandise made by locals on the pure market in Tamzara. “Mulberry, dried fruit roll-ups and walnuts are among the many most essential merchandise of the district. We wish to permit our visitors coming right here to style native flavors with out spoiling their originality. We wish to give them that outdated genuine ambiance,” he stated.
Pointing out that cultural and pure tourism will rise in reputation after the COVID-19 pandemic, Ünlü stated: “Boutique motels, bungalows and related lodging locations might be most well-liked. People are uninterested in cities now. A big a part of the inhabitants now asks for pure and cultural tourism, in addition to meals served in conventional methods. It is feasible to search out pure vitamin and pure life in Tamzara. Tamzara is an ideal place for this. I additionally assume that Şebinkarahisar is a promising district for tourism.”
Place of historic texture
Hasan Küçükdemirtaş, who got here to Tamzara by tour bus from Ankara, stated he had visited these areas earlier than, noting that the neighborhood attracted his consideration as a spot that has preserved its historic texture.
Küçükdemirtaş, who visits and images historic websites in Turkey, expressed his appreciation for Tamzara. “I’m glad I’ve come right here. I’ve been instructed that well-known photojournalist Ara Güler was from Şebinkarahisar. Many civilizations have been established in the geography of Turkey. Vacations will not be simply concerning the sea, sand and solar. I like to recommend that individuals go to each area of Turkey,” he stated.
Yasemin Özkan, one other customer taking a household trip, stated: “Generally, Antalya and its environment are beneficial (for trip). We have by no means seen the Black Sea, however we are going to see many locations due to such a trip idea. We are glad we selected a vacation like this. Although Tamzara is a small place, it is vitally good that the historic artifacts nonetheless stay.”