Limanköy is a township in Çayeli district of Rize province on the Black Sea coast of eastern Turkey, 6 km west of the town of Çayeli. Limanköy is in the east of Büyük Caferpaşa, in the south of Demirhisar and Akpınar.It is the largest neighborhood in Çayeli.Limanköy consists of a narrow coastal strip and a large section of the Black Sea Mountain range which rises steeply and runs parallel to the coast. There are green hills. At 420m, Hill Jandarma (Jandarmağun Tepe) is the highest point.
There are two boathouses and a harbor, two swimming areas and a beach. There are concrete and asphalt roads also stabilized roads. Next to the coast highway is 2,5 km (1,5mil). Most of the way out of it is concrete. In Limanköy, there are lots of natural water sources also there are water sources of government. Most people use natural water which came to from mounts. In Limanköy, there are three mosques; Hamuda, Merkez and Darlık Mosques. One of them is in entrance of Limanköy, others of them is in another parts of Limanköy.