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BAKU BAY

Bay of Azerbaijani Hospitality

Heydar Aliyev Bay arose from the Caspian Sea, with its reclamation making it one of the newest venues to grace the city. With its bold, distinctive design created by land recovered from Baku Bay, it offers exquisite work and living space conveniently positioned close to Baku’s historical centre.

Stretching between the National Flag Square and the east side of Baku Port, it connects the two peninsulas by bridge, forming its own enclosed bay within the greater Baku Bay. It extends the existing boulevard by over 11km, creating new urban beaches that will support a variety of sports, in addition to an array of hotels, resorts and leisure facilities.