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Cafe in Bozcaada

Çiçek Pastanesi

Its location in a pretty square near the Alaybey Mosque is only one of the attractions of this friendly cafe and bakery, which was established in 1959. There are indoor tables, but the choice seating is outside unde…
Winery in Bozcaada

Corvus Vineyard

The island's best-known winery, owned by Turkish architect Reşit Soley, is a short drive from Merkez, on the road to Akvaryum Beach. A stylish on-site cafeteria sells food such as cheese plates and mezes, along with…
Bar in Bozcaada

Polente

Painted in the island's signature blue and white, this quirky cafe-bar on the road linking the iskele (dock) and the main square is one of the island's main meeting places in summer, and is always packed on sultry n…
Seafood in Bozcaada

Boruzan

Our favourite of the fish restaurants by the liman (harbour), blue-and-white Boruzan offers a wide range of mezes made with produce from the restaurant’s own vegetable patch, as well as simple seafood dishes such as…
Cafe in Bozcaada

Cafe at Lisa’s

Australian Lisa Lay opened this casual cafe in an old bakery near the iskele two decades ago, and has built a loyal clientele of expats and island visitors since this time. The limited menu includes cake, toasted sa…
Food & Wine in Bozcaada

Çamlıbağ Saraplari

The first Turkish-owned winery to be founded on the island (in 1925), Yunatcılar markets its wines under the Çamlıbağ label. Its quaffable vintages of local varietals, including Kuntra and Karalahna, can be tasted a…
Bar in Bozcaada

Bakkal

As hipster as Bozcaada gets, this friendly place opposite the museum serves espresso coffee, local wine, cocktails, smoothies and sandwiches. Seating is on cushion-covered benches and chairs on the lane, or among th…
Turkish in Bozcaada

Cabalı Meyhane

A premium location right on the water in the shadow of Bozcaada Castle gives this eatery an edge over the competition, but it's the party atmosphere and excellent Greek-style seafood and mezes that are the major dra…
Handicrafts in Bozcaada

Yöresel Ürünler

The name means 'Local Products' and that is exactly what this red-and-white store on the main square sells. It has wine, organic jams, clothes and handicrafts made on the island.
Food & Drinks in Bozcaada

Bozcaadalı Veli Dede

Stylish produce shop selling local specialities including jams, olive oil, preserves, juices and kurabiye (sweet biscuits).