A Babakale at one end and a Küçükkuyu at the other. In front of us is the azure Aegean Sea, behind us is the island of Lesbos with the amazing atmosphere of the Kazdaglar and the unique view in front of you. Sokakağzı puts his back on the famous Ida Mountain of ancient times, and his face turned to the Aegean Sea, which is the source of the birth of many legends. There are all kinds of shades of green and blue on the street shoulder.
Sokakağzı is the name given to the coastal part of Koyunevi Village. The name Sokakağzı was given to the place that used to be called Yalı because of the place where Sokak Stream flows into the bay. The first settlements were built in the 1950s, usually consisting of houses where stone masonry was used only at the time of olives. Over time, the area has become more attractive and has become a place of summer and winter residence. Currently, there are about 40-50 households in Sokakağzı, fishing, olive growing and tourism have been taking an important place in providing livelihood in recent years.
To get here, you first need to take the road from Assos to Babakale. after 9 km, to the left of the road, you will first see the Bektas Village sign, then the Balabanli and Koyunevi signs, respectively. It is possible to reach Sokakağz by following one of these 3 alternative roads. If you enter from Bektas, you will start from the very beginning. Continuing along the coastal road leading to the end of the bay, you will reach Sokakağzı.
Egeos Butik Hotel Ayvacık Koyunevi Köyü Sokakağzı Mevkii No: 1 Assos / Çanakkale / TURKEY