The 22-metre high Artvin Atatürk Sculpture (Artvin Atatürk Heykeli) weighs a total of 60 tons and has been commissioned by Sıtkı Kahvecioğlu Foundation.
Artvin offers a lot of activity options to nature lovers. Çoruh River (Çoruh Nehri) and Barhal Stream (Barhal Çayı) are perfect destinations to try out white water sports such as rafting and canoeing.
As it is the case all over Türkiye, Artvin has a well-developed cuisine, influenced by the Black Sea, Anatolian and Georgian cuisines, offering a wide variety of choices to visitors.
Kaçkar Mountains are located between Rize and Yusufeli District of Artvin. Their highest peak is 3932-metres high Kavron.
Annual festivals like Kafkasör Yaylası Festival and Sports Festivities (Kafkasör Yaylası Spor Festivali), Maçahel Pure Caucasian Bee Honey and Ecotourism Festival...
10 vibes for Artvin
Camili, also known as Maçahel is the only UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in Türkiye. The region impresses visitors with its nature, culture and traditions.