coastal town and district of Balıkesir Province in the Aegean region of Turkey
- Hacı Ahmet Mosque (Hacı Ahmet Camii). Built in 1798, this building superficially resembles a Greek church and as such it might be mistaken for a church-turned-mosque, which are quite usual in western Turkey. However, this was built as a mosque, and the catch is that it was the local Greek stonemasons who built the place. It's surrounded by pleasant narrow cobbled alleys which are also worth a look, lined by somewhat dilapidated historical houses.
While the town centre of Burhaniye is slightly inland, good sandy beaches can be found at nearby Ören and Pelitköy.
- Tourism Information Office (Turizm Danışma), ☏ .
|Routes through Burhaniye|
|Çanakkale ← Edremit ←||N S||→ Ayvalik → Izmir|