As conveyors and rails everywhere at the entrance of the downtown mark, this bleak industrial town leaning against a steep mountainfoot with just a small section of downtown lying on flat ground is surrounded by coal mines, which indeed are the reason of town's existence. While the city itself may have little to offer to a passing by traveller, it may serve as a convenient hub for surrounding resorts and sights. Also, the lush mountains around the city can easily make you forget the smog and the grey ambience of Zonguldak.
Since most of the city cascades down from a steep mountain side, be ready to climb up and down lots of stairs. The (flat-ish) land is so scarce that some of the alleys you may come across at the residential neighbourhoods are actually rooftops of the houses lined at the street one level below!
Gobü beach-Far from city centre 50Km. Crowded in summer time. by train about take 25 minute. Google location (https://www.google.com/maps/place/Göbü%2FZonguldakfirstname.lastname@example.org,31.9557806,16z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x409b805b25bb84f1:0x3531e6b95bbaea04) Train time (http://www.tcdd.gov.tr/Upload/Files/ContentFiles/2010/bolgesel/zonguldakfilyos.htm)
Kapuz beach Popüler place in summer season. U can go by use train or bus. By Train 4 minute. By bus 10 minute.
Ulutan barrage On the top of mountain a barrage usually locals use this are for picnic or drinking. Great nature and fresh air. there is no public transportation to here. With the taxi it's take 20 minutes and about 40TL (summer 2014).
Port u should see old port in city centre. In the port u can see wall of member. this wall was builded for died miners memory.
Prostition is illegal in turkey and 99 percent of turkey muslim.