This article features a guest post from a frequent visitor to the area, who provides us with a summary of his recent day boat trip on the Angle, which departs from the Bodrum Harbour.
Wherever you wander on the Bodrum Peninsula, you’ll come across a meandering or sleeping dog. Some are Street dogs and others are Pets — but they’re part and parcel of the Bodrum holiday experience.
This article is an accumulation of photo’s depicting the Street dogs of Turkey. If you have your own “Street Dog” photo, email it to me and I’ll add your puppy to the pound!View full post
If you want to travel between Ortakent-Yahşi and Bodrum on public transport, check out this example of a summer timetable between these two locations. The dolmus office posts two notices on their window. One shows the first and last daily departures; and the other is a detailed timetable of all departures.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
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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.
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4 minute video photo montage of the sights of Bodrum Castle, including the Amphora exhibition and a tour of the ramparts with a view of Bodrum Bay and Bodrum Marina.
October 9, 2013
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This Quick Reference Travel Guide covers the town of Bodrum, and includes a Calendar of key events, Top Picks, Activities, Sights, Transport, Restaurants and a useful map of the central Bodrum area. Download your free version to print or store on your mobile device.
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This is another of Sue’s guest blog posts, and this is about her trip to Bodrum Caslte. Bodrum’s medieval Castle of St. Peter is on every tourist’s “must-see” list. The castle’s courtyards, turrets, galleries, and gardens are magnificent! Its stone walls dominate the Bodrum waterfront from land and sea, and its history is impressive.
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This 3:20 minute Gumusluk Video features images highlighting the attractions and charm of this Bodrum Peninsula fishing village in Turkey. Watch it Now.
September 30, 2013
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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.
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