Adana: One of the most beautiful cities of the Mediterranean and particularly well-known for its cuisine Adana has a variety of cultural and historical values worth exploring.
Adana, the fifth largest city of Turkey, was founded by the Luvi Kingdom connected to the Hittites in 2000 BC. The home of ten great civilizations Adana is home to both traditional and modern structures.
Located by the amazingly beautiful Seyhan River in Çukurova region, which is situated south of the Taurus Mountains and well known for its cotton fields, Adana has a mild Mediterranean climate. While summers are hot and dry in Adana winters are mild and rainy.
The land of numerous monuments from antiquity to the present, Adana welcomes tourists any time of the year.
Adana, which integrates the abundant natural landscape with a modern infrastructure, is located by the Mediterranean coast. Having harbored many civilizations for thousands of years the region is rich in ruins waiting to be explored. The historical sites of Anavarsa, Shar, Magarsos, Ayas, Akoren and Ceyhan bear the traces ofRead More
How can I get there?
One of the most unique areas of the Mediterranean region, Adana offers rather convenient transportation options to visitors. There are reciprocal flights between Adana Airport and a variety of national and international airports. The shuttles, public buses and taxis stationed outside of the airport gates will take you to theRead More
Recognized as a city where cultural variety equals with harmony and visitors are welcomed with great hospitality, Adana is also the venue of major festivals. Organized in June every year, the International Altın Koza (Golden Cocoon) Festival is considered a major film festival well known for its national as wellRead More