Ordu, which was ruled by the Cimmerians, Persians, Macedonians, Pontus, Romans and Byzantines since 7th century BCE, and finally came under the rule of the Turks, is one of the most popular cities of the Black Sea with its thousands of years of history, cultural richness and natural beauty.
In Ordu, which has a rich handicraft tradition, copperwork, basket weaving, cradle manufacturing, stonemasonry, wood carving, cane manufacturing, wood burning, pottery and broom manufacturing are among crafts that are still continued.
Ordu cuisine culture has mostly evolved according to the geographical features of the city.
On the long and clean shores of Ordu, you can enjoy the magnificent view of mother nature while sipping your tea accompanied by the freshness of the sea carried by the breeze blowing from the Black Sea at sunrise.
As is the case throughout the Black Sea, the plateaus of Ordu generally host many festivals in the spring and summer months.
10 vibes for Ordu
During the wee hours, ride a bicycle on the 12 km cycling track and walking path on the Ordu coastline, go for a walk, and when you get tired, relax while drinking your coffee at a cafe along the beach.