Geriş & Geriş-Altı are part of the Yalikavak municipality, They both offer a sleepy charm a short distance from the centre of Yalikavak. This destination welcome page, details out the draw and location of these two distinct destinations.
It was a cold winter’s New Years Day when we drove through Yalıkavak on our way home from another shopping trip in Bodrum, and although it was mid-afternoon we headed to the Yalıkavak Fish House Restaurant for a late-lunch/early-dinner.
Read Karen’s First Impressions and Lasting Memories of Yalikavak & Bodrum, excerpts of which will be featured in the updated edition of my “Bodrum Peninsula Travel Guide” ebook available on Amazon.
Collection of all articles and pages which feature or mention the local markets of the Bodrum Peninsula. These local markets vary by location. They all offer a wide selection of fresh produce, but the bigger markets also have clothes, textiles and housewares. Use this reference page to find out more about the local markets.
Yalikavak Windmills & MMK Yeldeğirmeni Cafe are nestled in the hills above Yalikavak. There’s a trio of windmills, one of which has been fully renovated and taking advantage of the view is a restaurant/cafe that is open all day and serves a Turkish breakfast.
Guest Blogger Jess shares the benefits or opting for a self-catering holiday on the Bodrum Peninsula. Find out where to shop and eat in the Yalikavak area.
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.
Gerişaltı (Lower Geriş) is a continuation of Yalikavak, just the other side of the Marina, and has a varied selection of restaurants hugging the coastline. It’s within easy walking distance of Yalikavak, and also on the local dolmus route.
Geriş is a popular destination for waterside dining at one of the many fish restaurants, and this is my photo gallery of some of the places in the centre of the village. I also spotted a local beach, some shops, and a little local cafe.
Read about Elaine and Chris’s Top 5 Local Yalikavak picks. Even if you don’t want to travel too far afield, you still have an opportunity of visiting diverse locations within a short distance. Just hop on a dolmus and visit Yalikavak’s neighbouring villages for a stroll around it’s street or an evening meal at sunset.
Read an excerpt of an Express article, as the author shops for bargains at Yalikavak market, and then discovers the tranquility and charm of Turkbuku, and the rest of the peninsula.
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This Index Page is a collection of all articles, videos and photo galleries featuring Bodrum Peninsula boat trips.
Every coastal town has a selection of day trips available – and they vary wildly in vessel size and noise level, so choose wisely.
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Hilltop view from Geriş, looking down on Yalikavak Marina and Bay and Kudur Peninsula.
May 8, 2012
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Looking for an Art Gallery with a difference?
Yalikavaks Sarniç Sanat Galerisi, is housed in an old water cistern, which has a lot of rustic charm. It’s host to various different artists and exhibitions throughout the year, and best of all, there’s no entrance fee.
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Yalikavak’s narrow pedestrian Art Walk Street is lined with a dizzying array of art created by local artists. During the season there are also portrait artists available to create a sketch for you, and each time I’ve walked down Art Street there’s at least one artist huddled over their easel, whipping up a new artistic creation.
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