Yalikavak guide for lifestyle, entertainment and attractions

Yalikavak Marina and Billionaires Club
Yalikavak Marina and Billionaires Club
Yalikavak: Sunrise
Yalikavak: Sunset
Yalikavak Marina
Yalikavak: Sea view from a Villa
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Yalikavak Summary
One of the main towns on the peninsula, Yalikavak boasts a stunning bay, impressive sea views and peaceful surroundings. Because it is eighteen kilometres from Bodrum Town, there is less tourism in the village so Yalikavak can maintain its tranquil atmosphere. The yachting marina, recently upgraded to attract super-yachts, attracts sailors from all around the world, and boasts superb facilities.

Buyers of Yalikavak property are attracted to the penthouses and detached villas that enjoy stunning sea views and spectacular Yalikavak sunsets. Additionally, there are several fantastic fish restaurants along the seaside, a stunning promenade, all contributing to the sophistication of Bodrum Yalikavak. Due to north-westerly position of Yalikavak on Bodrum peninsula, Yalikavak sunsets are by far the best that you will see on entire peninsula.

There's a friendly community here for those with families, although it's a bit of a trek to the international school at Ortakent. If you're retired, you may find Yalikavak's steep hills a little difficult to negotiate, therefore try to stay within close reach of the town centre and flat areas around the marina.

Yalikavak is home to some of the most prestigious homes located in Bodrum Peninsula. Kudur Bay, Tilkicik Bay and the hills behind Yalikavak marina are where some of these properties can be found, all with spectacular views and some with massive private plots providing seclusion and privacy.

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Yalikavak Average Property Prices:
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Yalikavak Population:
Off Peak:
15000 Peak:

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Yalikavak Average Temperatures
Months: Jan - March April - June July - Sep Oct - Dec
Average Temperature: 12° 23° 31° 18°

Breezy Yalikavak experiences long, hot summers - accompanied by a cooling wind that mitigates the effect of the searing August and September heat. Winters are mild and rainy, with most of the year's rainfall falling between January and March.

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