May 7, 2023

Purple lavender fields attract nature and photography lovers in the “Safranbolu” region of Karabuk state, northern Turkey.

The area of ​​lavender-cultivated fields in Safranbolu is 170 dunums, including lands cultivated by the Directorate of Agriculture and Forests, and it constitutes an alternative tourist destination in the region.

Safran Polo is visited annually by about one million and 300 thousand local and foreign visitors, and the fields with a wonderful view represent a destination for visitors to the historic city, famous for its ancient houses, which is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The area is famous for its distinctive Ottoman houses, such as palaces, inns, Turkish baths, mosques, fountains, and bridges, which were built in the city during the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries.

The area’s outdoor studio-like lavender fields beckon nature lovers; To take great photos.

In an interview with Anadolu Agency, the District Commissioner of Safran Polo, Muhammad Turkoz, confirmed that the lavender fields that were formed in the region are open to receive visitors.

He pointed out that the fields are expected to receive thousands of visitors who will spend quality time in their parts during the summer.

In turn, the farmer, Sajida Glik Kaya, said that the lavender fields attract a lot of attention, due to their magnificence with the blooming of purple flowers.

She emphasized that her field, which extends over 15 dunums, receives many visitors from the state and abroad, and even from outside the country.

It is indicated that lavender is used in many industries, such as perfumes and cosmetics.

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