Accommodation in Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey Turkey deals summer 2022
(11 offers, 74.2EUR - 428.6EUR)
Dedeman, Zonguldak

Dedeman  

Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey, Turkey

  • Hotel with indoor pool  
  • No transport provided
Hotel Perla, Zonguldak

Hotel Perla  

Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey, Turkey

  • Hotel with wi-fi Internet  
  • No transport provided
Star Hotel, Zonguldak

Star Hotel

Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey, Turkey

  • Hotel with wi-fi Internet  
  • No transport provided
Onka Konaklama, Zonguldak

Onka Konaklama

Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey, Turkey

    • No transport provided
    Elif Otel, Zonguldak

    Elif Otel

    Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey, Turkey

      • No transport provided
      Buyuk Anadolu Eregli, Zonguldak

      Buyuk Anadolu Eregli

      Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey, Turkey

        • No transport provided
        Deniz Otel, Zonguldak

        Deniz Otel

        Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey, Turkey

          • No transport provided
          Bab-I Zer Konaklama Ve Restoran, Zonguldak

          Bab-I Zer Konaklama Ve Restoran

          Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey, Turkey

            • No transport provided
            Staron Otel, Zonguldak

            Staron Otel

            Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey, Turkey

              • No transport provided
              Emirgan Hotel, Zonguldak

              Emirgan Hotel

              Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey, Turkey

                • No transport provided
                Grand Ahos Hotel Spa, Zonguldak

                Grand Ahos Hotel Spa

                Zonguldak, Black Sea Turkey, Turkey

                  • No transport provided

                  About ZonguldakDetails and images of Zonguldak

                  Zonguldak

                  Zonguldak, city, capital of Zonguldak il (province), northwestern Turkey, on the Black Sea coast. The well-equipped port is the main outlet for coal extracted from the basin between Zonguldak and Ereğli.
                  The city’s development and rapid rise in population were associated with the growth of this coal industry after the mid-19th century. Mining was extensively developed by the government after 1940, and much of the city’s workforce has remained engaged in work related to coal.