The old buildings and houses of Ayvalik date way back into time and are prime examples of neo-classical architecture. A quick walk around the town will reveal a number of beautiful old Ayvalik houses along the back streets, with architecture that places an emphasis on wood and stone elements. Travellers may also witness more old Ayvalik houses at Cunda island, Çamlık (the southern suburb of the Ayvalik) and around the port area of Ayvalık. The surrounding area of the old Ayvalik houses will also provide Muslim travellers in Ayvalik with quick access to a number of Halal restaurants, mosques (several of which were churches in the past) as well as several Halal-friendly accommodation options. Several shops and boutiques are also available in the area, providing ample shopping opportunities to tourists.
Quick sight-seeing around town can be done at no cost
Daytime visits are recommended
1 day to explore the entire town
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Children, Senior Guests
Unique stone architecture
Prayer facilities near old Ayvalik houses will be easily available since the buildings are scattered throughout town. A number of mosques near old Ayvalik houses are also located, providing quick access during prayer times. The main mosques in Ayvalik include the Cinarli Mosque, Hayrettin Pasa Mosque and Sehitler Mosque.
Halal food near old Ayvalik houses is easily available and several Halal restaurants are located across the town. A number of Halal restaurants in Cunda Island are also available, in the vicinity of the old Ayvalik houses. Seafood is immensely popular throughout town, with many options to choose from.