Where to stay
You're likely to start at the vibrant metropolis of Istanbul. After that, you can choose your base. Quiet, friendly Eceabat? Or bustling, cultured Çanakkale?
Eceabat is a pleasant, quiet town, and most travellers who stay here do so solely to make it their base while they explore Gallipoli – especially if they want to avoid the frenetic pace of Çanakkale.
Hotels, restaurants, ATMs, public phones, the post office, bus offices and taxi stands are clustered around the main square. This is also where the ferry docks.
Ferries cross the Dardanelles between Eceabat and Çanakkale approximately every hour.
The tourist office is open from 8am to 5pm, but note that very little English is spoken.
- 1 Eceabat Visitor Centre
The visitor centre is located about 2kms north of Eceabat and features a model of the Gallipoli peninsula as well as photos and maps relating to the Gallipoli campaign.
Gelibolu Yarımadası Milli Parkı Ana Tanıtım Merkez
Open 9am – 12pm & 1pm – 5pm
- 2 Ferry terminal
Ferries cross the Dardanelles between Eceabat and Çanakkale every hour on the hour between 6am and midnight and every two hours in between.
- 3 Remembrance Park
Remembrance Park is an open-air museum between the road and sea. There you’ll find a life-size battle scene, a large relief model of the Gallipoli peninsula, busts of Turkish generals, and various war relics.
Open all the time.
- 4 Suvla Wines
The vineyards of northwest Turkey are world class. While in Eceabat you may want to visit Suvla Wines.
Ismetpasa Mahallesi, Cinarlidere Mevkii, No:11, 17900.