Naturally rich coastal area with its lush vegetation and its subtropical climate surprises everyone who can only imagine Turkey as a steep landscape. Picturesque fishing villages, secluded coves and miles of beaches which are ideal for swimming and sunbathing, are lined up against each other. Dense coniferous and deciduous forests cover the Kackar Mountain which mostly parallel to the coast. Agricultural products including tea, tobacco, hazelnut, corn and grain are harvested in this moist climate fertile soils. In addition, the region is adorned with hidden treasures such as the ports of Sinop and Amasra or the historical coastal town of Trabzon. The Black Sea coast stretches from the Turkish-Bulgarian border to the Turkish-Georgian border.