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The Corner of Peace in the Kaz Mountains

Manici Kasrı is built in Yeşilyurt Village, located in the heart of the Kaz Mountains in Turkey's North Aegean Region, preserving the traditional and elegant stone architecture.

The hotel, with a capacity for 52 guests and 24 rooms, spreads almost across the entire southern side of Yeşilyurt Village. The region, known for having the highest oxygen level in the country, is also considered one of the places with the highest oxygen levels in the world.

Manici Kasrı

A Life Center Dedicated to the Rebirth of Nature

Manici Kasrı is situated in the heart of Yeşilyurt, a beautiful mountain village on Turkey's untouched North Aegean coastline, just 24 km away from the ancient Greek city of Assos. This geography, home to some of the most significant ancient civilizations and myths, offers visitors the opportunity to understand why many civilizations considered this area their home, captivated by the grandeur of the Kaz Mountains.

Located between the Aegean Sea and the Kaz Mountains, in a region known for one of the highest oxygen levels in the world, it provides its visitors with countless activity opportunities suitable for every season. Situated in one of Turkey’s most valuable and yet undiscovered areas, Manici Kasrı offers its guests a unique holiday experience ranging from spending time on Manici Beach and enjoying the sea, to breathtaking jeep safaris in the mountains, pleasant nature walks among pine forests, and cultural trips to cities cherished in ancient times.

A 4-hour drive from Istanbul and 40 km away from Balıkesir Koca Seyit Airport, which has direct flights from Istanbul and Ankara, Manici Kasrı's location is ideal for events and relaxation away from the crowds.

Manici Kasrı
Manici Kasrı
Manici Kasrı
Manici Kasrı
Manici Kasrı
Manici Kasrı
Manici Kasrı
Manici Kasrı
Manici Kasrı
Manici Kasrı
Manici Kasrı

History

Yeşilyurt Village is a historical village affiliated with the Ayvacık district of Çanakkale. The history of the village appears in Turkish sources from 1946 as "Büyükçetmi" and in Greek sources from 1905 as "Büyük Çepni," while its Ancient Greek name is Gargara. Yeşilyurt is one of Turkey's significant settlements protected for its cultural and tourism value, and the historic Yeşilyurt Village Mosque is located here.

The village is surrounded by houses built with stones extracted from Nusratlı, featuring characteristic structures, some of which serve as boutique hotels, enhancing Yeşilyurt's touristic appeal. The village stands filled with stalls selling local products, including olive oil, thyme, honey, cheese, and sun-dried tomatoes. Healthy olive oil dishes and regional village breakfasts offered in restaurants are highly appreciated by visitors. The village also hosts a Technology Museum with artifacts from the 18th century, the Ottoman period, and various parts of the world.

With its variety of accommodation options and buildings featuring authentic stone architecture, Yeşilyurt Village offers visitors an experience intertwined with nature and history. The village is a crucial point for both sea and mountain tourism and is notable for its rich historical background.

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