To enable you to make the most of Assos and Mount Ida, we prepared you special and pleasant activities.
To get detailed info about our activities and to make reservation, you can contact us.
With the beginning of the olive harvest in October, you will find out all that you didn't know about olives during our olive picking activities. The answers to how to tell whether olives or olive oil is good, how to prune olive trees, the difference between pickling and brining olives, how to use olive oil in cooking can all be found in this activity!
While making judas, walnut and fig jams with our chef you can find out all about how to choose the produce, what to pay attention to while boiling jam, how to store jam in jars while also enjoying the taste of delicious jams.
This amazing trip which starts at Ayı Dere and lasts approximately 6 hours, spans all the way to Sarıkız Hill at 1726 metres high. During this guided tour, which you will reach by specially arranged car, you will be amazed by the nature of Mount Ida, and the legendary stories of Sarıkız Hill.
This tour, which starts at Hasanbolu, which you will reach by specially arranged vehicles, lasts 6 hours and includes Sütuven Falls, the unique ethnography museum at Adatepe Village and spans as far as the Altar of Zeus. During this guided tour you will listen to all the legends of the area and fall in love with Adatepe Village.
This guided short trekking tour starts at Tozlu Yayla and continues towards Sarıkız Hill. During the guided trek you will be able to see the endemic plants of Mount Ida and be enthralled by all the legendary stories of Sarıkız Hill. A perfect trekkıng course is perfect to experience the nature of Mount Ida and rejuvenate with plenty of oxygen!
This long trekking track starts at Yayla and spans 8km to Ayı Dere. A guided tour of a perfect track to experience the endemic flora of Mount Ida and rejuvinate with plenty of oxygen!
This long trekking tour starts at Yumurtapınarı and lasts 14km to Ayı Deresi. A guided tour of a perfect track to experience the endemic flora of Mount Ida and rejuvinate with plenty of oxygen!