You can start the day with a delicious breakfast on the Zonguldak coastal area and continue by with a visit to the Cane Museum in Devrek. Then you can visit the Ancient City of Tios and Filyos Castle and enjoy the charming atmosphere of Gökgöl Cave, adorned with travertines, stalagmites and stalactites. At the Zonguldak Mining Museum and Training Centre, you can observe the history of the tools used in coal mining from the past to the present, as well as the working conditions of miners, meters below the ground, via various simulations. The Karaelmas Miner Martyrs Museum was built in memory of miners who lost their lives in mine accidents and is a must-visit point in Zonguldak, which is a mining city. While going to Varagel Tunnel, another symbol of Zonguldak, you should prefer to go on foot. You can take an enjoyable walk under the shade of monumental trees, each of which is at least 200 years old, on a road that can be described as a monumental tree tunnel. Enjoy a fine dinner in the evening, to top off the day.
Start your second day in Zonguldak by boosting your energy at Harmankaya Waterfalls by communing with nature. Afterwards, you can hike in the Taş Lake Camping Site, dip your feet in the rivers, and eat the sandwiches you’ve brought at a picnic table surrounded by nature. After your enjoyable hours in nature, you can visit the Alemdar Ship Museum and the Ereğli Museum, and then visit the Cehennemağzı Caves, one of the most famous points of the city, consisting of three caves – namely Kilise Cave, Herkül Cave and Ayazma Cave – which were used as sanctuaries in the Roman and Byzantine periods. You can relax in the cool waters of Köseağzı Beach towards the end of the day.