Published on May 31st 2013, this is the very first extensive Travel Guide entirely focused on the Bodrum Peninsula. It covers all of the major towns and villages on the peninsula, and provides information about activities, local transport and insider tips.
Pamukkale, meaning “cotton castle” in Turkish, is a natural site in Denizli Province in southwestern Turkey. The city contains hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water.
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Collection of all articles and pages which feature or mention the local beaches of the Bodrum Peninsula. The local beaches vary greatly, and some are great little suntraps to get a suntan, and others are perfect to learn to windsuf. Use this reference page to find out more about the local beaches.View full post
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Mid way between the Ortakent and Yahsi beaches is the Marina, water inlet and craft stalls. Adjacent to here is the local Belediye Cafe where you can enjoy the view and inexpensive food and drink. Here’s a couple of photo’s of the cafe along with a snapshot of the menu and pricing.
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This barber gave a very comfortable shave. His shop is located in the harbour of Kiyikislacik, a small village on the ruins of ancient city of Iassos. After you go sightseeing how about lunch at the harbour and a close shave?
November 27, 2013
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On our last trip to the Gumusluk area we took two trips to the Limon Cafe. It’s a perfect location to watch the sunset. Whether you want to sit in the cozy bar area, or find a spot in the garden, this restaurant is located in a tranquil setting.
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The Ancient City of Iassos/Iasos is known as Kiyikislacik, and is the closest extensive set of ruins to Bodrum Airport. If you don’t have time to travel to Ephesus, Iassos is a worthy alternative.
November 13, 2013
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Turkey now offers an on-line application process to receive an E-Visa for Turkey. This article has links to the official website, and well as Step by Step Screen Shots of the online application process. Find out how much a Visa Costs and how you apply.
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This is one of the most famous landmarks in Bodrum, and is housed in the Castle of Saint John, which was built in the beginning of 15th century by the Knights Hospitaller. It is a unique place, especially for travellers with interest in history. The museum is centrally located in Bodrum, just a few steps away from the water’s edge and the marina.
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