He liked to watch the castle with the coolness of the water flowing from Gökırmak Valley while sipping the tea. The foundations of Boyabat Castle, which was built on one of two steep rocky hills, were laid by the Paflagonians in the early 6th century BC. However, when looking at the walls and bastions of the castle, where the remains of the Roman and Byzantine periods were present, it seems that the last view was taken during the Ottoman period. He could easily go up to the skirts of the car and continue on the path to reach the summit; however, he preferred the secret passage. He experienced the advantage of being an athlete as he climbed the steep stairs of the tunnel under the parallel rock with the valley. When he reached the summit, he watched the scenery under the shadow of the Turkish flag.