Buyukada, the largest of the islands, known as the Prince Islands off Istanbul, is famous for its clear water and charming beaches. For those who want to make a nice holiday in a short getaway or stopover, Buyukada may be one of the most beautiful locations. In this article we will share Buyukada’s most beautiful beaches and entrance fees for you.
If you live in Istanbul or close to Büyükada and are planning a little getaway, you can spend a weekend free from stress and have a lot of fun at the beaches suggested below. In addition, in our article titled Istanbul’un Kacis Rotasi: Adalar Gezi Rehberi, which we previously wrote on the Tatil Dukkani Blog, you can find small introductions of other islands within Büyükada.
Eskibag Beach at the back of the island is one of the most beautiful places in Büyükada. It is not only calm and quiet, but also noted for its views and charming ambience. Though it’s a bit difficult to get to this beach, still it’s worth it, rest assured. You can arrive here in 25 minutes by sea boats departing from the Centre to the Bay on the side of Eskibag Beach. The entrance fees for Eskibag Beach are set to be 40 TL for the weekend and 30 TL for the weekdays in 2019.
Halik Bay is one of the most beautiful and clean beaches of Buyukada with a full 800 meter coastal path. It also holds the title of being the longest beach. Halik Bay Beach, which you can reach on foot in the middle of nature or by shuttle, has a variety of roadside pancake buffets and restaurants. In addition, it can be said that this beach is particularly prominent with its calmness. Entrance fees for Halik Bay Beach 2019 are set at 30 TL on weekdays and 40 TL on weekends.
If you prefer as calm sea as possible, almost free from waves and a great beach, the option of Aya Nikola may be the right one for you. Since there are boat lines from Buyukada, it is possible to go to this beach with boats; however, you can reach here in half an hour by renting a bicycle, and at the same time you have taken a nice tour of nature. Aya Nikola, which is usually crowded, is one of the most visited places in Buyukada. Entrance fees for this beach vary between 25-30 TL, regardless of weekdays and weekends.
Princess Cove Beach, which is operated on-site by Princess Boutique Hotel, is one of the must see places to go in Buyukada. On this beach, which has a capacity of 350 people, there are service areas such as restaurant and buffet and all your needs can be met. If you want a nice getaway in a calm sea, calm atmosphere; Princess Bay Beach 2019 entry fees are set at 30 TL on weekdays and 35 TL on the weekend.
Located in Viranbag, one of the most beautiful coves of Buyukada, Yada Beach Club is the address for those who want both entertainment and a fully equipped, luxurious service. All your needs are carefully met at the Yada Beach Club, located next to Istanbul, where you can have a pleasant day with the best tastes of the Mediterranean. One of Buyukada’s most entertaining venues, Yada Beach Club’s 2019 entry fees are set at 60 TL for the weekend and 40 TL for the weekdays.
Naki Bey Beach, also known as a family business, has been serving since 1984, is one of Büyükada’s well-established businesses and quality beaches. One of the nuances that distinguishes Naki Bey Beach, whose sea is shallow and sandy up to the depth of a person’s height, is that it is a family beach. So, you can’t go to this beach without family or a partner to be honest. The beach’s entrance fee is 30 TL on weekdays and 35 TL on the weekend.
Yörük Ali Beach, a well-established beach like Naki Bey Beach, is one of the places that has been in service since 1980. This beach is often preferred by families with children, there are also children’s playgrounds. Yörük Ali Beach, one of the most crowded beaches on the island, you have almost everything in the name of a beautiful day; it is also worth reminding that the beach has a pier. Enterance fee for Yoruk Ali Beach is on weekdays and Saturdays 30 TL, on Sundays, national or religious holidays it is 40 TL.