Adana Valiliği is the governorship of the Adana province in Turkey. It is responsible for the administration and coordination of the province's government agencies and public services. The governor of Adana is appointed by the President of Turkey and serves as the chief executive of the province.
The Adana province is located in the Mediterranean region of Turkey and is known for its rich history, cultural diversity, and agricultural production. The province's economy is driven by a range of sectors, including agriculture, manufacturing, and tourism. Adana is home to a number of historical and cultural landmarks, including the ancient city of Anavarza, the Adana Archaeological Museum, and the Great Mosque of Adana.