Sapanca is a charming town in the Marmara Region, connected to Sakarya, on the western border of the city. Sapanca Lake in the north of this area and Adapazari in the central city of Sakarya in the east. To the south of this region is the Samanlı Mountains, Geyve and Pamukova lakes. Of course, in the west of the city of Kocaeli, Izmit, which is the central city of Sapanca, is known as the smallest area of Sakarya and the highest population density at the same time.
Lake Sapanca is one of the most beautiful scenery of Maşukiye, Kırkpınar and winter tourism. It is neighboring to Kartepe and at the same time it is a great place, especially in Istanbul and close to neighboring cities. Sapanca Lake, located between Adapazarı and Istanbul, near the border of Kocaeli, welcomes visitors every year. Sapanca is an indispensable destination for the weekends, especially due to the easy access from Istanbul. It is ideal for enjoying a beautiful village breakfast and enjoying the fresh trout, as well as natural beauties, clean air and picturesque views.
You can reach Sapanca, Izmit and Istanbul from Istanbul and Adapazarı, both of which you can reach with your own vehicles, on an average 2 hour road trip using the regional highway.
On the other hand, it is possible to reach Sapanca by bus services between Sakarya and Istanbul. You can go to Sapanca with minibuses moving from Adapazarı center. You can reach Ankara by Bosphorus Express and train by Sapanca.
The closest airport to Sapanca is Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport, 100 km away. Before the airport you have to go to Adapazarı or Izmit and then to Sapanca. If you want to rent a car from the airport, you can reach Sapanca with a beautiful road trip.
The Sapanca Lake, 16 km long, surrounded by forested hills, is the first address you should see in Sapanca.
Sakarya connected, located in the city’s western border, Sapanca is a charming town, with its famous Maşukiye and Kartepe Sapanca Lake as well as the natural beauty is described as a unique region. Explore!