The park, which spreads out all the way to the beach, contains a small zoo, picnic areas, playgrounds, cafes, and trees hundreds of years old.
The city's residents often come here on weekends and vacations. In summer there are performances and concerts, all outdoors.
In the park, also called Guuml Park, are wooden ruins of the summer houses that once were here, for the Ottoman rulers and their royal families. Many similar building in this areas were burned down in a great fire in 1863.
At the bottom of the part. near the beach, you can see a gothic column 15 meters high with Latin writing, estimated to have been put there in the 3rd century.