Blue Star Ferries runs multiple routes from mainland Greece to the Greek Islands. Below are all of the routes stopping at Kos, Rhodes or Kalymnos, which can be reached from Bodrum and Turgutreis
This video takes you on a tour of the boardwalk at the Yahsi end of Ortakent-Yahsi beach. Starting at the western point (adjacent to Camel Beach), follow the camera as it pans past restaurants, shops and the beach. It takes you all the way to the central point in the beach near the harbour, before you cross over to the Ortakent end of the beach.View full post
Kadikalesi is situated in the western part of the Peninsula, nestled halfway between Turgutreis and Gümüşlük. Whilst it’s neighbour, Turgutreis has developed and grown, Kadikalesi remains a simple and unspoilt. There’s a small main street and a few shops, but none of the touristic chaos of other towns on the Peninsula experience.View full post
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.View full post
Down the coastal route from Turgutreis, and just past Alaca Point, you’ll see the Kadekelesi Hüseyin Feneri (Lighthouse) which was built by the French in 1931. The big island in the distance, is the Greek Island of KosView full post
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In celebration of my website’s three year anniversary, I’ve summarized some of the key milestones I’ve achieved since it’s launch on Valentines Day in 2011. Find out about Welcome Pages, Quick Reference Travel Guides, and what’s in store in the near future.
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Here’s a quick 1.15 minute video of Bodrum’s Harbour area, which includes views of the bay as well as the pedestrian walking area and neighbouring restaurants.
February 2, 2014
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Gümüşlük is home to the new funky, and family owned, Hayat cafe & bar that gives the Limon Cafe a run for it’s money. A short walk from the beach, this new kid on the block is a must-visit restaurant and bar destination, which also hosts yoga, pilates, second hand markets and cinema nights
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This 2 minute video starts off with a great view of Bodrum Castle from the vantage point of the water, and then takes you on an image-filled journey of the castle’s interior sights.
January 29, 2014
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