Truly beautiful coastal village located on the southern end of the Karpaz Peninsula on the East coast of North Cyprus many excellent restaurants and taverns.
Further afield Famagusta is a short drive along the newly opened coastal road, and this scenic route to the west offers visitors to Bogaz a wealth of things to do and see.
This region is sometimes called the 'Panhandle' of Cyprus due to its geographical shape. It is a protected area of outstanding natural beauty with ancient villages that have hardly changed for generations. There is a vast array of wildlife and flora and fauna and the area is famed for having over 40 sandy beaches many of which are untouched by development. Some are home to two species of endangered sea turtles that use them for their nesting grounds.
Closer to Bogaz is the exciting new resort of Bafra where massive investment has seen the development of five star hotels and an excellent casino among its attractions.
The new Karpaz Gate marina offering over 300 berths and a host of facilities is also within easy reach of Bogaz and is expected to add further value to area. The growth brought about by increased tourism and employment will further add to the development and expansion of Bogaz.