He toured the Çatalzeytin province of Kastamonu, a neighboring coastal city at the border of Sinop. People were entering the sea from the parts where the wild Black Sea was calm. However, his original destination was the Ginolu Bay and Castle, 3 km away from the center. He felt himself like the king of the whole world when he came off to the castle over the cliffs called the Surtuven Cape. Although the technique of construction of the bastion and walls carried the characteristics of Turkish-Ottoman architecture, the history of the Ginolu Castle dates back to earlier times. The 9th century-castle had gained importance during the colonization of Venice and Genoa. He did not content himself with seeing the view of the bay from the top. He descended from the pathway and watched the castle from the bay as he entered the calm sea. While he was enjoying the water, he realized once again that he was in love with Kastamonu.