Lake Abant is a landslide of about 1350 meters in height and 125 hectares in a Natural Park of Bolu‘s pine and fir trees.
The lake is fed with several spring waters, two to three partly continuous streams and especially snow and rain waters. There are restaurants and restaurants around the lake.
You can ride around the lake with horse, carriage, or sledges.
With the arrival of spring, the surface of the lake is covered with water lilies and this lake is colored with greenery of the mountains. Abant, with its delicious trout and tastes of angling fish, is also rich in plant and animal species.
In winter, it is possible to visit the water bicycle and sandal in the lake, except when the lake is freezing.
Angling at the sea is also allowed. You can hunt spotted coral and trout for a fee.
Abant is a beautiful and unique landscape with a beautiful view of the four seasons to visit, rest, walk, and to get fresh air is waiting for a visit with a relaxing beauty appealing from all ages.
The history of the region dates back to the years of B.C. 5000-3000, to the first period of the Hittites. Later on, Abant Lake and its surroundings, which have entered the habitat of almost all the civilizations seen in Anatolia. Finally, after the second half of the 19th century Caucasian immigrants came and took their place in the Anatolian mosaic.