The city of Ordu, located in the Black Sea region, is one of the ancient settlements that harbors all the beauties and colors of nature like other cities in the Black Sea. In ancient times, it was called Kotyora. Ordu, where remnants have been found up to the Lower, Middle and Upper Paleolithic periods, has been dominated by civilizations such as the Miletians, Persians, Macedonians, Byzantines, and Romans. It was conquered by Yıldırım Bayezid in 1391, but was constantly occupied by the Trabzon Rum Pontus State. When Fatih Sultan Mehmet eliminated the Trabzon Rum Pontus State, it completely fell under Ottoman rule. The place where Ordu center is located was called "Bucak" during the Ottoman period. The city began to develop in 1869 and its name was changed to Ordu.
Ordu has a Black Sea climate, which means that winters are cool and summers are mild. The city, which does not have a typical climate, experiences rainfall every season, so it has a rich vegetation. You can witness the most beautiful shades of green in every season. It has magnificent coastal areas like Fatsa and very different natural beauties like Çambaşı ski resort.