Behramkale is a medieval town in the Çanakkale region of Turkey. The lovely vestiges of the old part await discovery in the summer sun, with beautiful sea views.
Aristotle moved to Assos from the Platonic Academy in Athens, where he was received warmly by King Hermias. Aristotle became the head of a group of philosophers after founding an academy and marrying Pythias, the king's adoptive daughter. Aristotle had fled to Macedonia, where he trained the son of Philip II, who happened to be Alexander the Great, when the Persians stormed the city and assassinated the king.
Assos is a lovely beach village with brightly colored houses and numerous old ruins that overlook the crystal-clear waters of the Aegean. You can visit the ancient Temple of Athena for a panoramic view of the area, including Lesbos Island, Pergamon, and Mount Ida. The two massive Hellenic columns that mark the old city's entrance can also be found on the archeological site's northwest side. The well-preserved Assos theater, built for 5000 spectators, is one of the most stunning ruins. Assos was one of the most prominent shipping ports on the Adramyttian Gulf during its peak.
Many of Assos' valuable relics, like its art, may be seen at museums such as the Louvre in Paris. Behramkale, on the other hand, is still a lovely discovery. Six of the original 38 columns, the Temple of Athena, the Assos theater, the city wall and main gate, a paved road, agora, and gymnasium are all that remain of Assos. Colorful old stone cottages near the old port have primarily been turned into pensions and restaurants where guests may enjoy the splendor of the Aegean Sea, including a swim at the little beach or a boat excursion.