Situated on the banks of the western Black Sea, Bartın is a forest rich city at the western end of Küre Mountains National Park.
Bartın is a cozy Black Sea coastal city with its rich history and natural beauty. It is surrounded by national parks, waterfalls, the sea, forests and beautiful wooden houses.
The art of "Tel Kırma"; woven wire fabric is made by embroidering silver tulle and similar thin wires on tulle and fabric with a special needle. Woven Wire is unique to Bartın.
More than 100 types of food enriches the local Bartın cuisine. Main examples of Bartın's local dishes: Rice Mantı, Pumpum Soup, Egg Isbut, Pumpkin Custard.
Küre Mountains National Park which was declared as a national park in 2000, is located within the borders of Bartın and Kastamonu.
It is a tradition as old as Shipbuilding, dating back 300-400 years. The launching of the ships completed in shipyards is an important cultural tradition that reflects the beliefs of the Bartın people.
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Hamams (Turkish Baths) of Bartın; You have two options for going to hamam in Bartın, City Bath and Amasra Bath. City Bath was built in 1747 by Bartın Voivodeship Çalıkoğlu.