Bitez is one of the maturer one’s on the peninsula. It’s know as one of the best maintained areas, with greenery and olive trees, as well as citrus groves.
This 5m video covers a day return trip via ferry from Turgutreis to the Greek Island of Kalymnos. If you haven’t been to Turgutreis’s D-Marin ferry port before, you can see it here.View full post
Preparing Gözleme is explained in this short video, as we watch a local vendor at a Turkish pazar making a spinach and cheese GözlemeView full post
About 1km outside of Gümüşlük, on the road to Yalikavak, sits the Limon Cafe – a perfect place to enjoy dinner and the sunset. Beyond the understated entrance, lies the beguiling Limon Cafe. It’s decorated in a relaxed style, and offers a memorable environment for your dining enjoymentView full post
Author Jen Barclay introduces us to the Magic of Tilos, and provides ferry information and some key highlights of this Greek Island near Rhodes.View full post
Monthly Archive: May 2011
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Once you get over the hill next to Bagla Bay you are in Aspat – which is steeped in history. Aspat Bay sits in the shadow of Aspat Hill to the east, which is the ancient location of Aspat Castle (also known as Çifit Castle). You can climb the hill to explore the ancient ruins.
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Enjoy lunch at Koyunbaba Restaurant and then enjoy an afternoon nap on the beach, in the shade of some tree’s while a gentle ocean breeze brushes your face. The restaurant is a couple of km outside of Gümüşlük, on the main Gümüşlük to Yalikavak road.
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Ortakent-Yahşi has one of the longest strips of beach on the peninsula, and is popular with families. In the peak summer months the beach is packed with beach loungers, which are serviced by waiters from the local restaurants and hotels – which means, that once you’ve plotted up on the beach, you don’t have to move very far!
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Kargı Bay features one of the nicer sandy beaches on the peninsula, less crowded with good swimming. It’s a popular destination for daily excursion boats (when you see the boat trips advertising visits to Camel Beach – you’re heading to Kargı), bit it is also accessible by road.
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