The uniquely beautiful Phrygian Valley, inherited from the Phrygians, is preparing to become one of the most important tourism destinations of our country and the region with the projects to be realized by the Afyonkarahisar Governorship. Tender of Emre Lake, Environment and Phrygian Civilization Garden Project was completed. Now, the work for Ayazini Village Tourism Welcome Center in Ayazini village, in the heart of Phrygia, has come to an end. A tender will be held for the Ayazini Village Tourism Welcome Center project, whose architectural projects are prepared.
The Phrygian Valley, an ancient civilization heritage founded by the Phrygians 3000 years ago, by carving the rocks and making houses, castles and monuments. The Phrygian Valley is located between Afyonkarahisar-Kütahya and Eskişehir provinces. A large part of the Phrygian Valley, which covers an area of 529 thousand 632 hectares, is located within the borders of Afyonkarahisar.
3 provinces in the Aegean and Central Anatolian regions Phrygian Road, Turkey has the third longest hiking trails. Phrygian Way is the new favorite of nature lovers with its 506-kilometer track. The route also fascinates visitors with its Phrygian rock settlements, rock monuments, burial chambers, churches and chapels, fairy chimneys and other natural beauties.
The ruins in the village of Ayazini in the Phrygian region have been used as a settlement since the Phrygians period. In addition to its natural rock structure, the natural wonder region covered with pine forests, lakes and plateaus is one of the must-see places. Likewise, the Avdalaz Castle Rock Settlements, where Roman and Byzantine tombs are located, are more of a defensive castle than a settlement.
Ayazini Will Get The Value It Deserves With The Project
Phrygia to tourism kazanTwo points, Ayazini village and Emre Lake, were determined in order for the region to be a center of attraction by reviving such an important value. There will be picnic units, viewing terraces, country cafes, sports activity areas and tent camping areas in and around Emre Lake. In the Ayazini region, Ayazini Village Tourism Welcome Center will be built on an area of 4200 square meters, of which 800 square meters will be closed. Within the scope of the project, product sales point, cafe, bakery, service, mini-theatre, parking lot, toilet and resting and viewing terraces will be built. The project is planned to be completed in a short time.
Governor Gökmen Çiçek, with these important projects that increase the tourism value of the region and make the region a center of attraction; The frigya valley, which bears the traces of many ancient civilizations where history, nature and culture are blended, will attract many visitors as one of the most important and interesting tourism routes of our country, and thus, a very important added value will be provided to our city in the field of tourism.