14 Eylül Cumartesi günü “Burgazada Goodbye Summer Fest” etkinliği ile yaz mevsimine veda ediyoruz. Adalara son bir yolculuk için bize katılın.
Saat 12:00’ da Madam Martha Koyunda sahilde güneşlenmeye, çeşitli aktiviteler ile güzel hava ve denizin tadını çıkarmaya başlayacağız ve saat 18:30’u gösterdiğinde Cennet Bahçesi’nin inanılmaz güzellikte boğaz manzarası eşliğinde gün batımını izlerken Robotat, Taylan, Sarso ve Koray Güçkıran’ın canlı performansları ile kulaklarınızın pasını sileceksiniz.
Boğazın muhteşem gece manzarası eşliğinde şarkılar söyleyerek, dans ederek doyasıya eğlenip hep beraber yaza veda ediyoruz.
Daha fazla ayrıntı ve program yakında açıklanacaktır. Etkinliği takipte kalın..
Join us for a final trip to the islands, as we bid farewell to the season in our "Burgazada Goodbye Summer Burgazada Fest" on Saturday 14 September.
We'll kick things off on the beach, taking in some sun and enjoying the beautiful weather and island vibes. Go for a swim, get a tan, and enjoy a few cold drinks.
In the evening, we'll drift over to the enchanting green grounds of the Garden of Eden for some live music, featuring the talents of: Robotat, Taylan, Sarso, and Koray Güçkiran. Dance the night away or find yourself a comfy seat and relax the night away, enjoying the Bosphorus views.
The Saturday Program is live:
12:00 - 18:00 // Beach chilling at Madam Marta Koyu
12:00 - 18:00 // Island Biking
18:30 - 23:00 // Live Band & DJ Performances at Cennet Bahçesi
Want to travel to the islands with us? We’ll be taking the adalar ferries:
9:30 - Kabataş // Someone from our team will meet in front of Adalar station at Kabataş ferries.
10:00 Departure - Eminönü // We will be on the boat and post our seating location. Board the boat and join us.
10:20 Departure - Kadıköy // We will be on the boat and post our seating location. Board the boat and join us.
Note: There are many ferry docks in a given area. If you haven’t gone to the islands before, give yourself some time to arrive to the ferry stations and find the proper departure area.
Note 2: If you intend to get your ticket at the boat meet-up point, we ask that you bring cash.
Want to join us later in the day?
Our group will be at Madam Marta Koyu (https://bit.ly/2kbv8kk) beach from 12:00 to 18:00. You can pick up your tickets at Cennet Bahçesi (https://bit.ly/2m2zeeZ) on the way, as you’ll pass by it to get to us.
If you arrive after 18:30, you can meet us directly at Cennet Bahçesi.
We will take the 23:15 returning ferry to come back.
More details, including meeting points and a full program, coming soon ...
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