Near Turgutries, is a Hike to Manara Windmills through the village of Karabag. There’s views of Turgutreis Marina, the town and some Greek Islands in the distance. It’s an easy Hike or Drive up to these windmills.
Not many holiday resorts can trace their history back to 1500 BC. Majorca’s Palma Nova, for example, dates all the way back to around 1965 AD. But in a previous life what we know today as the Turkish resort of Bodrum used to be Halicarnassus, the main port of the Kingdom of Caria.View full post
From the commercial and tourist hub of Turgutreis, you can take a direct route to many of the other towns and villages on the Bodrum Peninsula.
Here’s a rough guide of frequency and prices of a dolmus from Turgutreis to a collection of different destinations.View full post
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
The Kadikale Resort is mid-way between Turgutreis and Gümüşlük. Their Spa services look enticing, and they have their own Turkish Bath on the premises, as well as Thermal Mud bath, Hydro Therapy, and a wide assortment of massage styles, including a shower massage (if you’ve never had one of these, it’s well worth trying!)View full post
Here’s my Top 5 Bodrum Peninsula picks, based on a couple of different visits to the Bodrum Peninsula. As you can imagine, it was really difficult to limit my Top Picks to just 5 — but all of these have etched fond memories onto my roving soul!View full post
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Bodrum Ecofarm is a sustainable business on the outskirts of Turgutries, serving traditional Turkish breakfast in a shady citrus grove settings. Kid friendly location with lots of activities to keep them entertained while you enjoy a relaxing breakfast.
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Find out the Day and Night average temperatures for all of the key towns on the Bodrum Peninsula, as well as daily Sunshine hours, monthly rainfall, heat and humidity discomfort, UV index and Sea Temperatures.
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For the adventurous, there’s a picturesque hiking trail leading from Akyarlar all the way to Turgutreis. These paths skirt the crest of the hillside, where a group of small islands off the coastline create an eye-catching distraction.
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From most of the towns and villages on the peninsula, you can get to Turgutreis easily and with convenient frequency. Situated 20 km from Bodrum, Turgutreis is the second largest town on the peninsula. It’s the main commercial center in the western part of the peninsula, and is perhaps best known for two features – it’s stunning Sunsets and the copious shopping opportunities.
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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.
August 31, 2013
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