The Bartin River passing through the city gives way to boat trips in the city to catch a glimpse of perfect landscape.
This lovely city hosts strawberry festivals in spring. The city also has beaches of good quality. Inkum, a lovely setting with a holiday village and other facilities, has sandy beaches. Carkaz, is a fishing village which has an excellent beach while at Kurucasile fishing boats are built. Amasra was founded in 6th-century BC and its ancient name was Sesamos. It is one of the highest spots on the Black Sea Coast which displays unimaginable, fascinating beauties while travelling through. The city is located on a peninsula and the eastern side is especially good for swimming. The archaeological museum and Cekiciler Street are of interest, too. As a souvenir you may purchase hand-carved, wooden articles.