Its shores touch both Europe (with the Gelibolu Peninsula) and Asia (with the Biga Peninsula) and there are regular ferries between thetwo sides. The Canakkale Marina, besides those of Karabiga, Gelibolu, Bozcaada and Kucukkuyu, hosts the colorful yachts which pass through the strait and make a stopover at Canakkale, to see this historical and mythological rich area, homeland of many widely known legends.
1- Folk dance groups, modern dance groups, choirs, but also majorette teams and brass bands and orchestras are welcome to apply.
2- The number of participants and followers is not limited.
3- There is no age limit (beside youth and children participants, older or veterans also may participate)
4- It is necessary to prepare a program with the duration of 8 – 15 minutes per program.
5- Each group should bring the national flag of the country that they represent.
6- It is also necessary to visibly show banner on which the name of your group and the name of your country should be registered.
7- It is recommended that groups should bring small gifts for exchanging to other groups.
8- Participants can perform with orchestras (recommended) or with recorded music (on CD or USB).
9- In order to participate in this festival, every group needs to fill in an application form.
12- Groups will taken 3 meals per day ; According to festival program
Groups will stay at 3* Hotel. Rooms will be for 3 & 4 people.
Festival committee will taken a cost for all expensive including organization and accommodation place fee.
It is 135 Euro/person for 5 night.If group want to stay extra day they can paid 30 Euro/person/day. Every 25 participant ; 1 person is free.(26.person).
- 11/06/2020 - 16/06/2020
11/06 - 16/06
- 6 days (5 nights) = 135 € per person
How to get there
If group will arriving by bus the festival committee will giving 100 liter fuel oil (just one time at the festival ends.)
Çanakkale is 320 km from Istanbul, 325 km from Izmir.
Çanakkale is linked by the well-maintained highways of E87/E90/D550 to the north, E90/D200 to the east and E87/D550 to the south. However, as there is no bridge spanning over the Dardanelles, you will have to take one of the ferry lines making the crossing.