Silivri

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To the east of Silivri is Büyükçekmece, to the north is Çatalca, to the west are the districts of Çorlu and Marmara Ereğlisi, and to the south is the Marmara Sea. Today, the district center extends from 1 km east of Muratçeşme to the Alipasa junction. Within the district boundaries, there are small streams such as Çanta Stream, Gelevri Stream, Kova Stream, and Tuzla Stream.

Silivri’s predominant characteristic is its lack of trees, with the dominant vegetation being steppe. The steppe presents a relatively unchanging and uniform appearance. As one moves north towards the mountain villages, the increase in elevation and more favorable humidity conditions result in the beginning of forested areas. The current landscape generally consists of tree trunks and occasional shrubbery.

Wild animals found in the forest include wild boar, roe deer, rabbits, wolves, jackals, foxes, weasels, martens, skunks, badgers, moles, mice, squirrels, snakes, quails, woodcocks, ducks, geese, pigeons, falcons, hawks, and sparrowhawks. Winters are generally cold and rainy, while summers are mild.

In addition to being located on major highways, Silivri benefits from being at the entrance of some of Turkey's largest trade and industrial centers. It is connected to large residential and industrial centers in the surrounding area by modern highways.

The population of Silivri district is 221,723.

Places to visit in Silivri

  1. Silivri Coast

Especially during the summer months, both locals and vacationers from nearby provinces show great interest in the Silivri Coast. Here, you can walk, enjoy the cafes, fish restaurants, and bars, ride bicycles, relax in the green areas, sunbathe, or even go fishing with a boat if you wish.

  1. Silivri Breakwater

The breakwater on the Silivri coast offers visitors unforgettable moments with its beautiful Marmara Sea view and fishing experience. You can watch a beautiful sunset here, take a walk along the coast, and enjoy a local shopping experience at the stalls set up by locals.

  1. Mimar Sinan Bridge

  2. Silivri Beaches

  3. Selimpaşa Historic Houses

  4. Sunflower Fields

  5. Silivri Gümüşyaka Night Market

  6. Masal Village

  7. Silivri Horse Farms

  8. Silivri Golf Courses