Guest Blogger Anne, shares her recommendations for her favourite restaurants and cafes in Gündoğan. She highlights the specials of the house, and key draws of these locations, as well as a quick summary of food and drink prices. If you haven’t eaten in Gündoğan, this is a great guide to get you started.
Bodrum & Off the Beaten Track Locations Eljay is a professional graphic designer and artist, and hosts painting holidays at The Old Stone House in Gökcebel, near Yalikavak. Read her Top 5 recommendations for how to experience the Bodrum Peninsula at it’s best: Wander Bodrum‘s bougainvillea fringed back streets. Experience incredible countryside by taking the roads to Kızılağaç and Mumcular; …View full post
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This is the 3rd article in the House-sitting Chronicles series. Directions from the local tourism office, sent our pair down a cobbled street to discover some local eateries, off the beaten track.View full post
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.View full post
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A short video of Gümüşlük in the evening. After the restaurants start to thin out in the evening, the village starts to return to it’s mellow best.
August 11, 2012
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This is the first in a series of guest articles from Anne, a frequent visitor to Gündoğan. During her numerous visits, she’s collected a lot of local knowledge, and will be sharing her discoveries with with us over the next couple of weeks.
Gündoğan is in the northern part of the Bodrum Peninsula, and has retained it’s local Turkish charm, despite the influx of visitors to the surrounding areas.
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Each Turkish Bath experience is different. They range from historical hamam, tourist-centric public hamam, and the glitz and glamour of the Spa Hamam’s hosted in the resorts dotted around the peninsula. To make sure you have the experience you’re looking for, it’s essential to choose the right destination.
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Akyarlar Photo Gallery Akyarlar Bay, Turgutreis Once past Akçabük Bay, you’ll round the bend as the road starts to hug the coastline again. You’ll see the village in the distance and the small harbour jetty in the foreground. This village, is the hub of activity for this corner of the peninsula, and is about 8.5km …
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