The suburb of Çamlık is located towards the south of the town and is a popular spot amongst tourists. The old buildings and houses that are scattered across the area are amongst the most popular attractions and are famed for their unique architecture and design elements that date several years back into history. Another key attraction in the area is the Şeytan Sofrası a rock with a huge hollow-like structure. The area also offers spectacular views of the sea and its islands in the distance and the area is particularly picturesque during sunset, when the sky lights up with brilliant shades of golden orange. Muslim travellers to Çamlık can discover a number of Halal-friendly accommodation options within close proximity of the suburb as well as a number of Halal restaurants and mosques in Çamlık.
Sightseeing around the suburb area can be done at no cost
Daytime visits are recommended
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Children, Senior Guests
Sunsets in the evening
Access to prayer facilities in Çamlık will not be difficult due to the number of mosques near Çamlık. Muslim travellers may also visit some of the mosques in Ayvalık such as the Cinarli Mosque, Hayrettin Pasa Mosque and the Sehitler Mosque – which are located a short distance away in Ayvalık.
Halal food near Çamlık will be readily available throughout the area. Several Halal restaurants in Çamlık as well as a number of eateries and snack shops are available for Muslim travellers, offering a range of Turkish cuisine as well as an abundance of seafood.