Tuzla is a region in the region of Istanbul, Turkey on the Asian side of the city alongside the district of Pendik. Tuzla is on a headland on the shoreline of the Marmara Sea, at the eastern furthest reaches of the city. The leader is Sadi Yazici. The Greek name for the headland was Akritas. In Ottoman occasions the occupants of this angling and cultivating town were predominantly Greek, and these individuals were swapped for Turkish inhabitants of Thessalonica, Kavala and Drama in the populace trade following the establishment of the Turkish Republic in the mid 1920s.
There are as yet angling water crafts, yet before the finish of the 1980s, angling had been surpassed by industry, especially shipbuilding; the shipyards of Tuzla are as yet dynamic today. There is still some cultivating going on inland from the town of Tuzla, in spite of the fact that there is likewise modern advancement. Tuzla is a residential area renowned for its ocean front and its many fish eateries. It is likewise a well known area for rich Istanbul occupants or the resigned to purchase homes as it is a long way from the city, less swarmed and still holds a 'residential community feel' to it. Going to Kadikoy from Tuzla by open transport takes around a hour to 40 minutes via prepare or transport. The European side travel centers of Eminönü and Besiktas are an additional 30 minutes away by ship.