Tenedos or Bozcaada or Bozdja-Ada is a small island in the Aegean Sea, part of the Bozcaada district of Çanakkale province in Turkey.The main industries are tourism, wine production and fishing. The island has been famous for its grapes, wines and red poppies for centuries.
Tenedos is roughly triangular in shape. Its area is 39 km2 (15 sq mi). It is surrounded by small islets, and is situated close to the entrance of Dardanelles. It is the only rural district (ilçe) of Turkey without any villages, and has only one major settlement, Bozcaada town center.
The north-south axis of the island is about 6.5 km long, while the east-west axis is about 11 km. The highest hill rises 192 m, and is located in the northeast, overlooking the town. The southeastern part of the island is also hilly with rough terrain. These hilly parts are suitable for herding goats and sheep.The island has a mediterranean climate.There are a number of small streams running from north to south at the southwestern part of the island. Freshwater sources are not enough for the island so water is brought from mainland.