- 2020-11-09 11:11 AM
- سياحة و سفر
Turkey's Horma Valley. Charming nature attracts beauty lovers
Visitors to the Horma Valley in Turkey's Pinarbashi region of the Black Sea state of Qasmono have recently increased, with its charming nature and stunning views.
Like the rest of the Black Sea, the Horma Valley is renowned for its wooden bridges built between the two sides of the valley, attracting the attention of many visitors.
The valley along the River Zari is a centuries-long journey, and can be navigated through both sides of the valley using wooden bridges or walking along the side of a 3 km wooden platform.
In recent months, the number of domestic and foreign visitors has increased, with investments in the region increasing to show its natural beauty and tourist potential.
The mayor of Pinarbashi, Shinol Yasar, told The Anatolian times that the area stands out as one of the most beautiful natural beauty areas in the Black Sea region.
The Black Sea region is one of the most beautiful in Turkey and the world.
"As life begins to return to normal following the control of the coronavirus outbreak in Turkey, the Pinarbashi region in general and the Horma Valley in particular are experiencing a high demand for visitors."
"The Pinarbashi region is renowned for its natural beauty, narrow river valleys and deep caves, and has a range of river valleys that have a natural beauty that attracts local and foreign visitors."
The area is also famous for its 3 km Horma Valley, on the Zari River, where visitors can safely walk along it, thanks to a wooden platform connecting its beginning to its end, he said.
"Horma is a wonderful valley with a variety of endemic plants and amazes visitors with its magnificent beauty."
"One of the most spectacular scenery that attracts visitors to the region is the Elgarin Grotto, the fourth largest in the world."
80,000 visitors to the region in October
Yasar also reported that investments by the Directorate for The Protection of Nature and National Parks have increased the attractiveness of the Pinarbashi region.
He said visitors' interest in the area has returned to normal as life has returned to normal after the Corona outbreak was brought under control, and "visitors are showing interest in their holidays in such quiet places in the arms of nature".
The Horma Valley is an open place for all visitors, he said, adding that the number of visitors last October was 80,000.
He said they are "satisfied with the great interest shown by the visitors in the valley", expecting to reach about 300,000 next season.
He invited all tourists to visit the Pinarbashi region and the Horma Valley, and enjoy the stunning scenery.
The Valley of Horma. Family comfort and enjoyment of nature
A visitor from Istanbul, Halim Shaheen, told Anatolia, that he came to visit the city of Qassmono and then to the Pinarbashi region, famous for its valleys and waterfalls.
"We're still at the entrance to the valley, but the beauty of the place really enchants us, it's a great place where water flows through the rocks, and it provides the visitor with comfort and the opportunity to enjoy nature."
The dentist, Elif Tafak, said this is her first visit to the Valley of Horma, noting that she admires the place and its breathtaking landscapes.
Tafak said she has heard about the beauty of the place for years, and she is lucky to have the opportunity to visit the valley and enjoy the opportunity to walk on the wooden platform on its side.