The ground and first floors of the houses harbour the storerooms, stables and inner courtyards; upstairs, the living quarters present bay or lattice windows and wide tiled eaves overhanging the street. Many of the existing original double-front doors are studded with large-headed nails and wrought-iron stripsmore
Not quite sure if you will manage it, but following the alleys into the village, you'll find that the roads are only wide enough for pedestrians and pack animals – some are so narrow that two people cannot pass each other – and there is a myriad of fascinating alleyways, dead-ends and cobbled squares to exploremore
There is no specific shop there. there are small tables in front of the houses or in their garden to sell goods. You can have chance to chat with friendly local people when you are buying goods.
What to buy: Homemade jams are very popular in Cumalikizik. The most popular fruit is raspberry and also mulberry, orange and other fruits are picking and using for making delicious jams. Also you can try natural raspberry juice. Another homemade thing is a sort of pasta called "erishte". you can buy it and cook it whenever u want. I liked all of those...
What to pay: cheap very cheap...
Raspberry festival is a must see. you can pick raspberries from streets and gardens. You can visit the festival at the beginnig of June.
It's a small village museum and consist of different materials which are showing the cultural heritage of Cumalikizik people. worth to see.