Altıeylül district is a place worth seeing with its cultural values.
The date when the district was founded, which is 50 km from Balıkesir center, and where the name of the district came from is not known. In addition to the settlement remains belonging to the Hellenistic and Roman periods, tumuli belonging to the Greek and Persian civilizations were also found.
In Bigadiç Museum and Culture House, especially in the National Forces Department, Archeology Department; 18 km from the district center. Remains of Ancyra Antique settlement located at a distance; In the Ethnography Department; There are elements of daily life in the last 200-300 years.
Suçıktı Picnic Area, which is formed by the waters coming from the karstic springs, is one of the leading promenade places of Dursunbey region to relax and have a good time. The environment of the ten-century-old water source is covered with plane trees and offers a decent opportunity to visitors with its trout facility. Located in the center of Dursunbey, this place is easily accessible.
Erdek (formerly Artàke, Greek: Αρτάκη) is a town and district of Balıkesir Province in the Marmara region of Turkey.
Turkey ranks first in Europe in terms of spa tourism and health tourism. Famous in Turkey, Gönen Hot Springs offer a calm and peaceful holiday with its green nature.
The Government House is one of the most important historical buildings in Ivrindi.
One of the caves with high potential for cave tourism in our country is in Kepsut. Ulupınar Cave is the most interesting cave in the district, which has 3 important caves within its borders. 2 km of Bükdere Quarter. The cave located in the north is 490 m altitude, 10 m depth, and 728 m length
It is seen that marble has been mined as a raw material from Antiquity until today in this city, which is famous for its antique marble quarries around Saraylar on the north of Marmara Island. B.C.
Sındırgı, which is also very assertive in thermal tourism, Hisaralan Thermal, which is 20 km away from the district, has radioactivity characteristics
Ayvalık is a touristic heaven waiting to be discovered with its olive ond pine forests that embrace the sea, its interlaced, magnificent bays, 24 islands of all shapes and sizes, its architectural structures that resemble an open air museum and its enchanting underwater world...
Edincik, one of the earliest settlements of the city during the Turkish Period, was an important center in the transition to Rumelia during the Ottoman period.
Neighboring the Aegean Sea in the west, Edremit in the north, Gömeç and Ayvalık in the south, Bergama in the southeast, the district was established on the plain consisting of fertile land between Kaz Mountains in the north and Madra Mountain in the east and south east.
Kaz Mountain (Ida Mountain) National Park is located in the north of Edremit Bay. With its 21 thousand 450 hectares of land, it is one of the places worth seeing in the country with its rich fauna and flora, where the sea and green, history and nature meet. Kaz Mountains can be reached from four points of the district.
Gömeç, which takes its name from the honeycomb, is famous for its rocks and centuries-old plane trees that resemble the silhouette of the Great Leader Atatürk.
The main economic occupation of this district, which is located around Edremit Bay, is olive cultivation.
Many historical places of Balıkesir that should be seen and visited are within the boundaries of this central district.
Famous for its cheese and yoghurt, Manyas, the charming town of Balıkesir with a surface area of 589 km², is almost a health store with its products grown in its fertile soil and healing waters gushing from the ground.
The district, whose economy is generally based on agriculture, mainly wheat, barley and legumes are grown.
Susurluk is also famous for its thermal springs. Many people come and seek healing.