Although the Greek Island Kalymnos was never a very important place, its history is rich, long & varied, this article includes excerpts from a Peter Sommers Travel article.
Bodrum Theatre has all the features of a classical period theatre. It has similar design principles to Epidauros Theatre in Greece, and since there is no other theatre building in the region with these features, Bodrum Theatre is a unique example of this period.View full post
The Bodrum Bicycle Club hosts regular events for their club member, and I came across this series of videos from one of their events at the end of last year. If you want to familiarize yourself with this area of the Peninsula, these videos give you an interesting sneak peak.View full post
Turkey’s holiday must see, Ephesus, is filled with ancient world charm & stories of enchantment, spirituality and archaeological splendour. Read about this Day trip from Bodrum to Ephesus.View full post
Emily and Rob visited Bodrum’s oldest Turkish Bath, the Bardakci Hamam. Read this guest post about their experience, and see photo’s of the Turkish Bath interior.View full post
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If you’re heading to Kos for the day here’s some Itinerary Inspiration if you want to get away from Kos Town and head to a Kos beach only 12km away. Find out how to get their by bus, bike or cab, and review the time you’ll have available – based on the ferry arrival and departure times.
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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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Known as a “peaceful, charming fisherman’s cove and seaside village,“ Gümüşlük is one of the oldest settlements on the Bodrum peninsula. It’s the former site of the ancient Carian city Myndos that slid into the sea during an earthquake. In this article, Sue took the dolmus to Gümüşlük, and in this article she shares her day’s adventures in inappropriate footwear!
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8m video (in Turkish) at one of the Gourd workshops in Derekoy Bodrum. Derekoy is en-route to Gumusluk, and the eye catching gourd shops will probably entice you to linger a while.
August 17, 2013
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Located in the hills above Bodrum, Pedasa has a good collection of ruins which date back to some of the early inhabitants of the region .. namely the Lelegs and Carians. In this article Sue recounts her hike around Pedasa, and shares some stunning photo’s of her day.
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This 90 second ebook promo video provides you with a great overview of all the key items you can find inside my guidebook “Bodrum Peninsula Travel Guide: Turkey’s Aegean Gem” Turkey
August 7, 2013
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