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Pamukkale mineral pools

Thanks to its natural beauty and hot, calcium-rich waters Pamukkale is Turkey's best-known mineral bath spa. As the water cascades over ledges it cools, forming striking travertines (ledges) of calcium that create pools. Pamukkale (or "cotton for ... read more

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Kusadasi International Golf Resort

Kusadasi International Golf Resort will open in May 2010 and aims to offer a challenging fairway for advanced players, while also allowing a good part of the green to cater to all levels. Just 15 kilometres from Kusadasi, the course will cater fo ... read more

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A brief history of Bodrum

Known originally as Halicarnassus, Bodrum has a fascinating history filled with crusading Christians and marauding Ottomans. According to Greek poet Homer's epics, Carians and Lelegs lived in the city, then part of the ancient Carian empire. Rebu ... read more

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Yalikavak's fish restaurants

You can find most of Yalikavak's fish restaurants at the seafront. Fish is caught daily and served with seasonal vegetables, including indigenous sea beans and other greens that you are not likely to find anywhere else but Bodrum. ... read more

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Windsurfing in Yalikavak

The same winds that power Yalikavak's windmills also drive all manner of water sports. Windsurfers and boarders alike will have no shortage of breezes to enjoy. ... read more

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Yalikavak's stunning coastline

North west of Bodrum Peninsula, Yalikavak's sunset is rumoured to be the most beautiful in Turkey. Yalikavak's shoreline is a staggering 29 km long. It is scattered with many restaurants and tea gardens. A visible symbol of Yalikavak is its windmill ... read more

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Tuzla lifestyle

There is not a lot to do in Tuzla and surrounds, you will need to go further afield to find any kind of entertainment or a good restaurant. ... read more

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Dining in Turkbuku

Head down to the quay and check out the numerous restaurants along the waterfront. Eateries will tempt you with offerings of grilled seafood, followed by sweet Turkish coffee, baklava and lokum (Turkish delight). ... read more

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Turkbuku nightlife

From June to September, Turkbuku is a party town. Everyone comes out to play on the boardwalk, and the music can be deafening. If you're looking for something a little more refined, try the Ada Hotel. Tastefully decorated with antiques and a favourit ... read more

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Sunshine town

Sun yourself at one of Turkbuku's many beach clubs. While there is no sandy beach, there are wooden docks for sunbathers. You don't have to pay to use them, but you should buy a drink while you're there. ... read more

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Shopping in Turgutreis

Visitors to Turgutreis will relish the chance to visit the very popular Saturday market. The streets become cluttered with stalls offering leather goods, fabric, clothing, jewellery, souvenirs, pottery and delicious local food. Kilim and carpet selle ... read more

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Water sports in Turgutreis

Turgutreis is home to some dazzling beaches and so it is popular with anyone who enjoys water sports. Snorkelling, windsurfing, scuba diving, surfing, parasailing, water-skiing and jet-skiing is all available in Turgutreis. ... read more

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Exploring the Aegean from Turgutreis

Boat tours out of Turgutreis are a good way of discovering the area. It's even possible to visit the Greek islands of Rhodes or Kos. Day voyages include stops at hidden coves and islands, for swimming and sunbathing. ... read more

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Turgutreis' fascinating history

Turgutreis is named for its most famous resident, Admiral Turgut Reis. Born in the early sixteenth century, Turgut Reis rose from a humble beginning to become the commander of the Ottoman navy. He conquered Corsica and returned to Istanbul with a lar ... read more

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Shopping in Torba

Torba's open market is a good place to buy locally made goods, fresh food and drinks. There will also be a number of souvenir stalls. ... read more

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Water sports and diving in Torba

Torba's clear waters offer an incredible range of marine life. Those who try diving here can expect to see octopus, jacks, tuna, turtles, lobster and dolphins. Torba's beach lends itself well to water sports, and as well as waterskiing, you can ... read more

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Apollo Temple

This temple to the god of music and sun is a mind-boggling 2500 years old. The superbly preserved structure is twenty-four metres long and contains an altar, a statue and symbols of Apollo. ... read more

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Torba - a natural retreat

The tranquil seaside town of Torba is around six kilometres from Bodrum. Olive groves and pine forests add to the relaxed atmosphere of the sleepy town, a world away from bustling Bodrum. Torba's serenity has made it a popular holiday destination for ... read more

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Famouse Marmara High School

Bodrum's sole international school is located in Ortakent. Lessons are taught in English, and they cater to all ages, from kindergarten right up to secondary school. The school offers excellent facilities in all departments, including sport and scien ... read more

28 km to Bargylia | 5 km to Bitez | 7 km to Bodrum town | 19 km to Gokcebel | 52 km to Gulluk | 8 km to Gumbet | 12 km to Gumusluk | 21 km to Gundogan | 22 km to Guvercinlik | 12 km to Hebilkoy | 8 km to Kadikalesi | 21 km to Kucukbuk | 0 km to Ortakent | 15 km to Torba | 20 km to Turgutreis | 20 km to Turkbuku | 53 km to Tuzla | 18 km to Yalikavak |
 

Dining in Ortakent

Most Ortakent evenings involve a good meal and a nice bottle of wine. If your tastes lean toward the sophisticated, head down to Gumbet for a night out. ... read more

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Shopping in Ortakent

There is a small market at Ortakent on Wednesdays. There are also a handful of shops selling ornaments, jewellery and clothing. However, if you are looking for serious retail therapy, it's better to head down to Bodrum. ... read more

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Mountainbiking in Ortakent

Bikers who turn their wheels inland from Ortakent will be rewarded with a challenging climb through pine forests, to traditional Turkish villages, and to views of Aegean islands. Mountain biking is a good way of exploring the more rural side of Turki ... read more

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Windsurfing in Ortakent

Ortakent's warm waters, cool breeze and sunny days combine to make wind surfing a fantastic experience. If you would like to learn this face-paced sport, this is great spot to learn some new skills. ... read more

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Mustafa Pasa Tower House

This three-storey house was built in 1601 to defend against intruders. Along the roof of the house you will see cannon embrasures, and along the ground floor you will notice there are no doors or windows. ... read more

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Wining and dining in Kalikalesi

You'll quickly discover that this peaceable place has not succumbed to the tourist trade. The atmosphere is pure Turkish - and that's hopefully the way it will stay. Tavernas and bars cluster by the shore, spilling on to the beach itself. Expect to f ... read more

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Snorkelling in Kadikalesi

The abundant sea life means Kadikalesi is an ideal place to snorkel. You will find the water clear and the fish almost as inquisitive about you as you are them. ... read more

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Guvercinlik nightlife

Guvercinlik is a quiet and peaceful settlement. If you are looking for excitement, try Bodrum, just a short bus trip down the road. ... read more

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Water sports in Guvercinlik

Guvercinlik's placid waters invite you to enjoy a number of water sports. It is also a good area for children, or those not so confident in the water. ... read more

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Shopping in Gulluk

Gulluk's main market day is held on Thursdays in the village square. You can stock up on fruit and vegetables, nuts, spices, clothes and hardware. The local apple tea is a must after a hard morning?s haggling. ... read more

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Wining and dining in Gulluk

Although it's still a small, authentic fishing village, Gulluk has grown over the past few years. You will find a number of restaurants dotted along the waterfront, catering to many tastes. The town is well known for its bream and sea bass, caught ju ... read more

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Gundogan lifestyle

Gundogan is renowned for its peace and quiet. If you fancy a raucous night out, head over to Bodrum, a short bus ride away. Take a taxi back if you're out late. Gundogan has a supermarket and holds a market every Wednesday where you can buy fresh pro ... read more

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Apostol Island

Apostol Island's ruined and romantic Byzantine church is a short boat trip away from Gundogan. The church dates back to the 9th century AD, and really is a fascinating relic. ... read more

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Gumusluk markets

There is a small market every Wednesday in Gumusluk. But it's probably better to head to nearby Turgutreis for the big Saturday market if you want to stock up on supplies. ... read more

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Dining in Gumusluk

Gumusluk's fish restaurants are located across the bay. The fish and seafood that is served is caught daily. The restaurants are not cheap, but it's a great idea to treat yourself, as few places have such a convivial seaside atmosphere. ... read more

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Snorkelling in Gumusluk

Discover ancient, underwater Myndos from a watery perspective by snorkelling in Gumusluk's clear seas. The waters in the area are known for being particularly clean and clear. ... read more

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Dining in Gokcebel

The restaurants at the harbour are a treat for fish lovers. Red mullet and sea bass are caught in the clear waters not far from your table. ... read more

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Water sports in Gokcebel

There isn't a lot to do in sleepy Gokcebel. However, there are a number of idyllic sandy bays within cooee of Gokcebel. If you're interested in sunning yourself by a blue stretch of water, you should find yourself happy indeed. It's a lovely place to ... read more

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Dining in Bodrum

There is a huge variety of restaurants, cafes and casual eateries around Bodrum Town. Every taste is catered to, and you can find anything from fine French cuisine to Chinese food. ... read more

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Bodrum's Bar Street

Bar Street is a long street of nightclubs and bars, beginning at the back of the castle and running along the seafront. As everyone knows, drinking is fun when it?s free, and all the drinks are buy one, get one free. Go easy on the drinks - the bars ... read more

19 km to Bargylia | 7 km to Bitez | 0 km to Bodrum town | 15 km to Gokcebel | 41 km to Gulluk | 4 km to Gumbet | 17 km to Gumusluk | 21 km to Gundogan | 7 km to Guvercinlik | 15 km to Hebilkoy | 16 km to Kadikalesi | 20 km to Kucukbuk | 7 km to Ortakent | 6 km to Torba | 20 km to Turgutreis | 19 km to Turkbuku | 44 km to Tuzla | 18 km to Yalikavak |
 

Bodrum markets

Bodrum's markets are legendary in the area. It's market day every day of the week in the town and its surrounds. Bodrum's Tuesday textile market sells fabrics from all over the region. It's worth taking your camera to capture the colourful spectacle. ... read more

19 km to Bargylia | 7 km to Bitez | 0 km to Bodrum town | 15 km to Gokcebel | 41 km to Gulluk | 4 km to Gumbet | 17 km to Gumusluk | 21 km to Gundogan | 7 km to Guvercinlik | 15 km to Hebilkoy | 16 km to Kadikalesi | 20 km to Kucukbuk | 7 km to Ortakent | 6 km to Torba | 20 km to Turgutreis | 19 km to Turkbuku | 44 km to Tuzla | 18 km to Yalikavak |
 

Ephesus

Internationally-renowned Ephesus is like an open-air museum. Formerly an impressive ancient city, much of it has been preserved so visitors can experience its breathtaking grandeur. Ephesus has had a number of functions, and each one has been cru ... read more

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Halicarnassas

Bodrum is home to the site of the ancient city of Halicarnassus. Thought to be settled as early as the 13th century BC, many civilisations made the city their home. Excavations revealed some of the city's 500-year history, but you can see for yoursel ... read more

19 km to Bargylia | 7 km to Bitez | 0 km to Bodrum town | 15 km to Gokcebel | 41 km to Gulluk | 4 km to Gumbet | 17 km to Gumusluk | 21 km to Gundogan | 7 km to Guvercinlik | 15 km to Hebilkoy | 16 km to Kadikalesi | 20 km to Kucukbuk | 7 km to Ortakent | 6 km to Torba | 20 km to Turgutreis | 19 km to Turkbuku | 44 km to Tuzla | 18 km to Yalikavak |
 

Shopping in Gumbet

Every day is market day in Gumbet. Markets offer leather goods, jewellery, spices, clothing and traditional carpets. ... read more

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Gumbet nightlife

When the sun goes down, the bustling nightclubs are one of Gumbet's main attractions, especially for those aged 18 to 30. Gumbet has hundreds of restaurants, bars and clubs, but if you want even more choice head down to Bodrum. Have a light bite wit ... read more

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Sailing in Gumbet

If you fancy seeing Gumbet from a different perspective, the best way to do it is by boat. There are numerous trips departing from Gumbet. Most boats explore the coast?s bays and coves, stopping for lunch and snorkelling. ... read more

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Water sports in Gumbet

Gumbet offers plenty of different water sports, with banana boat rides, jet skiing, windsurfing, water skiing, parasailing, snorkelling and scuba diving. ... read more

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Hiking and mountainbiking in Gumbet

Hiking and Mountain Biking are popular activities in Gumbet. Those who take the time - and the energy - to explore the rural surrounds will discover untouched villages and amazing views. ... read more

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Shopping in Bitez

A flea market is held in Bitez on the first Sunday of every month. There are a number of shops in Bitez selling beachwear, sunglasses, jewellery and souvenirs. If you want to do a proper shop and see some markets, however, Bodrum is the place to visi ... read more

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Bitez nightlife

People visit Bitez to get away from it all, so it's a peaceful place to be after sundown. However, there are still plenty of restaurants and a handful of bars. Bitez has cultivated a rather 'shabby-chic' feel; and is popular with the more laid back s ... read more

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Water sports in Bitez

If you're looking for something a little active, Bitez has a range of activities to suit the whole family. Take a boat cruise and explore the coastline, learn to scuba dive and explore the blue sea. Bitez has one of the best windsurfing clubs in the ... read more

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Dedeman Aqua Park

This gigantic water park is the perfect place to take the family and escape the heat. At 40,000 square metres, it's large enough for a whole day of fun. It's just on the outskirts on Bitez and can be reached by dolmus. ... read more

16 km to Turgutreis | 1 km to Bitez | 7 km to Bodrum town | 8 km to Torba | 5 km to Ortakent | 17 km to Kucukbuk | 12 km to Kadikalesi | 17 km to Hebilkoy | 17 km to Guvercinlik | 17 km to Gundogan | 12 km to Gumusluk | 5 km to Gumbet | 46 km to Gulluk | 14 km to Gokcebel | 26 km to Bargylia | 9 km to Turkbuku | 25 km to Tuzla | 14 km to Yalikavak |
 

Bargylia nightlife

There isn't a lot going on in Bargylia by night. But if you catch a dolmus to Guvercinlik, five kilometres down the road, you can indulge just about any taste. ... read more

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Bargylia, a natural retreat

A tranquil fishing village, Bargylia is a retreat from modern life. Over the summer, you can see flamingos flock in their thousands to feed on the area's abundant brine shrimp. ... read more

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Water sports in Bargylia

Because Bargylia is still underdeveloped, it will be just you, the sun, the sand and the clear water. The calm bay is wonderful for swimming and you can try all manner of water sports. ... read more

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Ancient Aegean settlements of Yalikavak

Surrounded by hills, Yalikavak's villages are characteristic of ancient Aegean settlements. Wandering through their ancient streets, it is impossible not to be transported. Be sure to visit the village of Geris, which dates back 4500 years. ... read more

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Tuzla Lake and wetlands

Tuzla Lake and its far-reaching wetlands have created a unique wildlife area where a large number of birds take refuge. Lovers of nature and birdlife will be attracted to the area's peace and entranced by the sight of thousands of flamingos that floc ... read more

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St Tropez of Turkey

Turkbuku is surrounded by high hills, and has a sheltered harbour. There are no sandy beaches here, but there is a boardwalk with shops, bars and restaurants. You can swim in the harbour, a haven for yachts. This holiday spot has often been called th ... read more

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Sabanci Park

Turgutreis is named for its most famous resident, Admiral Turgut Reis. Born in the early sixteenth century, Turgut Reis rose from a humble beginning to become the commander of the Ottoman navy. He conquered Corsica and returned to Istanbul with a lar ... read more

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Turgutreis, a volcanic village

Turgutreis town is known for its striking volcanic landscape. Nearby, fourteen small islands are used by farmers for grazing, and local fishermen trawl their waters. The islands' coastlines offer great possibilities for boating, diving and sailing. H ... read more

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Ortakent Beach

Visitors to Ortakent Beach relish its long, sandy beach, and cheap beach bars and restaurants. Be careful if you decide to take a dip - the water is very deep, so you must be a confident swimmer. ... read more

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Kadikalesi, a natural retreat

A mere stone's throw from bustling Turgutreis, Kadikalesi is a peaceful retreat. There are a selection of sandy beaches, watched over by fragrant pine trees and olive groves. Set on the coast six kilometres north of Turgutreis, the town is named afte ... read more

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Guvercinlik bay

Guvercinlik, which translates to 'dovecote', lies by the sea on the main Milas-Bodrum highway. Anxious to reach Bodrum, few visitors stopped here in the past, but its handsome new hotels are finally putting it on the map. Close to the airport and Bod ... read more

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Gulluk's historical port

Gulluk was once an important import/export harbour for the Greeks during the time of the Ottoman Empire. Today, the buildings that were formerly used to store goods have been turned into busy restaurants and shops. ... read more

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Traditional fishing town

Gulluk is a quaint fishing town surrounded by hills carpeted in olives, figs and citrus trees. When you stand on shore and look out to see, you will quickly understand why this part of the Aegean is known as the Turquoise Coast. Gulluk is gaining pop ... read more

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Peynir Cicegi Cave

Gundogan claims to have been one of the earliest human settlements in Bodrum. You can find proof of this in Peynir Cicegi Cave, where not only can you see spectacular stalagmites and stalactites, but you can discover the site where a number of intrig ... read more

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Gundogan beach

Gundogan has long been a centre for fishing, sponge diving, olive and tangerine growing. It is a peaceful place that has remained unspoiled, despite recent tourist development. Gundogan beach is the longest in the Bodrum peninsula, and suitable for s ... read more

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Sunken city

The quiet village of Gumusluk is one of the oldest settlements on the Bodrum cape. It is located on the site of the Dorian colony of Myndus, whose harbour sections slid into the ocean in an unrecorded earthquake. ... read more

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Sleepy Gokcebel

Mandarin groves blanket the hills that slope down to the idyllic town of Gokcebel. If you're looking for a busy, action packed getaway, you will not find it here. However, you will find a sleepy town where the air is full of the fragrance of pines an ... read more

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Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology

Visitors to Bodrum usually start with the town's unique museum: the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology. You'll find it in the Bodrum Castle, itself a draw card. The exhibits transport the curious back to the time of ancient mariners, shipwrecked ... read more

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The Fisherman of Halicarnassus

Atop a hill near Gumbet you can see the grave of the famous Turkish author Cevat Sakir Kabaagacli (1890-1973), whose ideas greatly influenced Turkish intellectuals in the 20th century. Known as the Fisherman of Halicarnassus, Kabaagacli was exiled to ... read more

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Bustling Gumbet Beach

Bodrum Gumbet's long, sandy beaches are a tourist magnet. The beach boasts good facilities for water sports and has a good family atmosphere. ... read more

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Bitez Beach

Bitez Beach's natural shallow waters are a perfect place for children to splash around. A welcome breeze picks up in the afternoon, you'll be grateful for the chance to cool down. The beautiful pine forests lend a striking contrast to Bitez's turquoi ... read more

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A haven for flamingos

A tranquil fishing village, Bargylia is a retreat from modern life. Over the summer, you can see flamingos flock in their thousands to feed on the area's abundant brine shrimp. ... read more

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Turkish Riviera, aka the Turquoise Coast

The Turkish Riviera, also known as the Turquoise Coast, covers south west Turkey, stretching from east of Alanya in the Mediterranean coast of Turkey to Cesme in the Aegean coast of Turkey, to the north of the well known tourist resort of Bodrum. Tur ... read more

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Vita Park Golf Course, Tuzla

Vita Park Golf Resort has 6 hectares of Golf Academy and 5,850 m (PAR 71) Milas Course with special features like target greens, challenging bunkers, putting greens and couple of short game areas. This resort was opened in July 2008. Another Halik ... read more

30 km to | 7 km to Bargylia | 38 km to Bitez | 30 km to Bodrum town | 35 km to Gokcebel | 6 km to Gulluk | 32 km to Gumbet | 45 km to Gumusluk | 33 km to Gundogan | 7 km to Guvercinlik | 34 km to Hebilkoy | 41 km to Kadikalesi | 36 km to Kucukbuk | 34 km to Ortakent | 28 km to Torba | 43 km to Turgutreis | 31 km to Turkbuku | 0 km to Tuzla | 40 km to Yalikavak |
 

Bronze Age shipwreck

This 13th Century Shipwreck, full of bronze artefacts, was discovered in 1984 by Turkish and American underwater archaeologists. The excavation was completed by 1994 and the shipwreck now resides in Bodrum's Underwater Museum of Archaeology. ... read more

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Yalikavak Marina

Built by award-winning architects, Yalikavak Marina is popular with yachties who come from all over to experience its superb facilities. ... read more

0 km to Yalikavak | 14 km to Bitez | 18 km to Bodrum town | 17 km to Gumbet | 8 km to Gumusluk | 6 km to Gundogan | 38 km to Guvercinlik | 10 km to Kucukbuk | 12 km to Ortakent | 24 km to Torba | 22 km to Turgutreis | 13 km to Turkbuku |
 

Turgutreis Marina

The great thing about this marina is that, even if you are not interested in boats or yachts, there are plenty of other facilities on offer, such as a fitness centre, a sauna, tennis courts, a volleyball court, an amphitheatre, stunning parks, a yac ... read more

0 km to Turgutreis | 17 km to Bitez | 21 km to Bodrum town | 23 km to Gokcebel | 20 km to Gumbet | 9 km to Gumusluk | 26 km to Gundogan | 21 km to Ortakent | 27 km to Torba | 32 km to Turkbuku | 23 km to Yalikavak |
 

Ortakent's Tower Houses

These date back to the seventeenth century and were initially build for defence by the locals. Some of the towers still contain the imprints of battles within their walls or ceiling. Thirteen original tower houses can be found in Ortakent, the oldest ... read more

0 km to Ortakent | 5 km to Bitez | 9 km to Bodrum town | 11 km to Gokcebel | 50 km to Gulluk | 6 km to Gumbet | 18 km to Gumusluk | 14 km to Gundogan | 28 km to Guvercinlik | 15 km to Torba | 11 km to Turgutreis | 12 km to Yalikavak |
 

The judge of Kadikalesi

Perched on the cape overlooking the bay stands the ruins of the great castle from where Kadikalesi took its name. In Ottoman times, the local judge lived up here, and the name means 'judge's castle'. And what a lucky fellow he must've been - the view ... read more

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Traditional Gundogan living

The most traditional village on the Bodrum Peninsula, Gundogan opens up a world of traditional living. You'll see the locals living and working as they always have done. Stop for a drink in a local coffee shop and watch the locals play backgammon. ... read more

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Rabbit Island

A 300 metre rock-hop across the sea from Gumusluk takes you to Tavsan Island. Not only is this small island shaped like a rabbit, but it is also home to a colony of the furry creatures. To reach the island, traverse the large stone slabs leading acro ... read more

0 km to Gumusluk | 17 km to Bitez | 17 km to Bodrum town | 8 km to Gokcebel | 66 km to Gulluk | 25 km to Gumbet | 12 km to Ortakent | 15 km to Turkbuku | 7 km to Turgutreis | 9 km to Yalikavak | 14 km to Gundogan | 1 km to Hebilkoy | 4 km to Kadikalesi | 15 km to Kucukbuk |
 

Gumbet's sandy beach

The long sandy beach is a major attraction for tourists, especially those with families. However it appeals to all age groups since thereare many activites on the beach such as various water sports. ... read more

0 km to Gumbet | 17 km to Yalikavak | 48 km to Bargylia | 5 km to Bitez | 4 km to Bodrum town | 17 km to Gokcebel | 44 km to Gulluk | 26 km to Gumusluk | 20 km to Gundogan | 23 km to Guvercinlik | 24 km to Kucukbuk | 4 km to Ortakent | 10 km to Torba | 20 km to Turgutreis | 3 km to Turkbuku | 48 km to Tuzla |
 

Myndos Gate

Myndos Gate was built in 364 BC, whilst under the reign of Mausolos. The Myndos Gate witnessed the great Battle of Alexander the Great. Part of the gate has been restored, whilst other parts are currently under construction. ... read more

0 km to Gumbet | 44 km to Bargylia | 7 km to Bitez | 0 km to Bodrum town | 18 km to Gokcebel | 21 km to Gundogan | 19 km to Guvercinlik | 25 km to Kucukbuk | 10 km to Ortakent | 6 km to Torba | 20 km to Turgutreis | 2 km to Turkbuku | 44 km to Tuzla | 19 km to Yalikavak |
 

Bodrum Castle

Over the years Bodrum Castle has served as a military base, public bath and a prison. Now, it is a museum, featuring an underwater archaeological exhibit, the mummy of Ada and the oldest shipwreck in the world, you can also inspect the Mausoleum of K ... read more

0 km to Bodrum town | 19 km to Bargylia | 7 km to Bitez | 4 km to Gumbet | 17 km to Gumusluk | 21 km to Gundogan | 7 km to Guvercinlik | 7 km to Ortakent | 6 km to Torba | 20 km to Turgutreis | 18 km to Yalikavak | 15 km to Gokcebel | 15 km to Hebilkoy | 16 km to Kadikalesi | 20 km to Kucukbuk | 19 km to Turkbuku |
 

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