An ecclectic mix of restaurants in the Yalikavak and Gumusluk area, have made their way onto John’s Top 5 places to eat. Ranging from the best place for a Traditional Turkish breakfast, to fish restaurants with great views for dinner.
Not sure what culinary delights to expect when you visit the Bodrum Peninsula? Find out more about the Traditional Turkish breakfast; Lunches at a local lokanta, or where to head for dinner. Want to know what my must-experience Turkish snack is? ….. read this article to find out.View full post
Just after the New Year, Natalie from Turkish Travel Blog, took a Road trip from Altinkum to the Bodrum. Here’s her Top 5 recommendations of her visit to the Peninsula.View full post
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.View full post
There’s a beautiful example of a Windmill by Yalikavak Harbour. It’s been fully renovated, and you can go inside and climb around. It was built in 1859, and was originally used to mill wheat and barley. After years of being abandoned, it was renovated in 2005, and opened up to the public.View full post
An enticing local municipality Video of Yalikavak, with vibrant background music that ties the patchwork of graphics together effectively. From scenery, buildings, beaches and local flavour, the imagery portrays an enticing view of Yalikavak.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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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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If you want to get a feel for Yalikavak, this official video from the Yalikavak Municipality, offers great photography accompanied by a stirring soundtrack.
May 1, 2012
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