The only thing he had to do to taste Cide’s historic charm and natural beauty was to come to the town 130 kilometers away from Kastamonu. When he came to the town, the road quickly led him to the beach. He rolled up his trousers legs and took his shoes off. He knew that he was walking on the longest, 11 kilometers long beach of the Black Sea. As the cool waters stroked his feet, the sounds of people swimming in the sea were mingled with the sound of waves. Cide, where Kaskians, Paphlagonians, Heneti’s, Romans, Byzantines, Jandarids and Ottomans had lived until today, became one of the favorite coastal cities of the Black Sea. He felt the whole history and enjoyed the beach while walking by the sea.