Manyas

Manyas 59 km (36 mile) far to Balikesir. Manyas is located in the Marmara Region, 110 km. north of Balıkesir and 121 km. west of Bursa. It is a shallow nutrient-rich freshwater lake with an average depth of 3 meters. It is 18 m. above the sea level. Lake Manyas is fed by groundwaters and…

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Gonen

Gonen 82 km (80 mile) far to Balikesir. Gönen is a district of Balikesir Province of Turkey, located in the southern part of Marmara Sea. The town is mostly known for its therapeutic hot springs, leather processing and rice production. The mayor is Hüseyin Yakar (AKP). The town is surrounded by Bandirma in the northeast,…

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Erdek

Erdek 126 km (78 mile) far to Balikesir. Erdek is a town and district of Balikesir Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. The population is 20,693 (as of 2010). Located on the north coast of Gulf of Erdek at the south of the Sea of Marmara, Erdek is known as a holiday destination that…

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Edremit

Edremit 87 km (54 mile) far to Balikesir. Edremit is a district in Balikesir Province, Turkey, as well as the central city of that district, on the west coast of Turkey, not far from the Greek island Lesbos. It is situated at the tip of the gulf with the same name (Gulf of Edremit), with…

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Dursunbey

Dursunbey 83 km (51 mile) far to Balikesir. Dursunbey is a small mountanious town, formerly Balat , located in the North-west of Turkey,is a town and district of Balıkesir Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. It’s Population is 16,924.(as of 2010) . Dursunbey is noted for its wood and apples. Besides, it is also…

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Burhaniye

Burhaniye 96 km (59 mile) far to Balikesir. Burhaniye is a coastal town and district of Balıkesir Province in the Aegean region of Turkey. The district is located on the Aegean coast and is known for its olive oil. Burhaniye has a port and a museum of archeology and Turkish national movement. Every second July…

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Bigadic

Bigadic 101 km (62 mile) far to Balikesir. Bigadic is a town and district of Balıkesir Province in the Marmara region of Turkey. Bigadic has the largest Boron reserves of both Turkey and the World. Also, villages of Bigadic have natural thermal water reserves which contains Selenium and Sulfur. The oldest known name of Bigadic…

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Bandirma

Bandirma 101 km (62 mile) far to Balikesir. Bandirma is a city in northwestern Turkey with 120.000 inhabitants (2012 estimate) on the Sea of Marmara. Also, Bandırma is a district of Balıkesir. The city is a commercial centre and its harbour serves as a transit point for trade between Istanbul and Izmir. There is also…

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Ayvalik

Ayvalik 125 km (77 mile) far to Balikesir. Today, Ayvalık and the numerous islets encircling the bay area are popular holiday resorts. The most important and the biggest of these islets is Cunda Island (Alibey Island) that is connected to Lale Adasi, and thence to the mainland, by a bridge built in the late 1960s….

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Bozdogan

Bozdogan 50 km (31 mile) far to Aydin. Bozdogan is high on the side of Mount Madran, the source of the highly valued Pinar Madran mineral water, which is bottled and packaged at the source. The surroundings are also green and mildly forested, compared to the arid and yellow valley. The local economy depends on…

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