It did not take me long to find the street that houses the lighthouse, which locals say was established in 1648. There is another lighthouse to the west a few kilometers, and these lighthouses, mark the entrance to the Bosphorus from the Black Sea.
From near the lighthouse, you can see where the Bosphorus opens to the Black Sea. The Black Sea was looking very blue, due to our clear skies. The air was very fresh up here.
I walked around the village, which is home to many cats.
The white house with lavendar trim was my favorite.
If you are looking for a home with a view, there are a couple available. Some reburbishment needed.
Here is another view of the Black Sea from between two fairly large houses. To the right, is the lighthouse with the adjacent mosque and minaret.