Exploring Tilos with Author Jen Barclay we discovers activities and highlights of this Greek Island only a short ferry ride from Rhodes.
Yesil Marmaris Lines runs fast catamaran services from Bodrum to Kos and Rhodes, and Turgutreis to Kos and Leros.
Greek Island Ferry from Bodrum The Turkish Sealines ticket office is located at the Bodrum Cruise Port terminal, which is also where the Bodrum ferry departures leave from. There’s not much information about this ferry company online, …
Not all of Gumusluk’s cafes and restaurants are located right along the harbour, but even those that at first glance seem a little bit out of the way, can provide a different perspective on the tried and tested view at the water’s edge. This definitely the case for Cafe Nar Çiçeği, which is located on the land-side of the main road leading out of Gumusluk, just up the hill that takes you away from the harbour and craft stalls.
Bodrum Ferryboat routes and timetables for 2016/2017. Departures from Bodrum and Turgutreis. Going to Datca, Kos, Rhodes, Leros and Kalymnos.
Duygu Akiz is the owner and artistic director of Sabuncakiz Hamam a local artisan company based in Turgutries that makes and sells their own handmade soap. They also sell Turkish towels, bath accessories, and an array of …
New Monthly Bodrum Photo Gallery Showcase Now that I’ve relocated to the Bodrum Peninsula full-time I’m meeting many more expats who have made Bodrum their home. Today I’m excited to introduce Annie who I “met” …
I captured this Ginger Cat in Gümüşlük Harbour posing and hopping about from boat to boat, looking for a place for an afternoon nap.
Gümüşlük Dolmuş Timetable & Price for Winter 2015/2016 for travel to Turgutreis, Bodrum and all of the small towns and villages in between.
Turkey now offers an on-line application process to receive an E-Visa for Turkey. This article has links to the official website, and well as Step by Step Screen Shots of the online application process. Find out how much a Visa Costs and how you apply.
Introduction to Peksimet Peksimet, an inland village located on the Bodrum Peninsula. It’s part of the Turgutreis municipality and it’s nestled between Gümüşlük and it’s closest neighbour the village of Dereköy. The local landmark is a group of windmills on the crest of …
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Author Jen Barclay introduces us to the Magic of Tilos, and provides ferry information and some key highlights of this Greek Island near Rhodes.
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Short 1 minute video of the view from the Bodrum Windmills on the hill between Bodrum and Gumbet.
August 13, 2014
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This 1 1/4 hour video covers the highlights and attractions of the Greek Island of Rhodes. During the season there’s a ferry service from Bodrum to Rhodes, so you can explore both Turkey and Greece.
July 12, 2014
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Welcome to Ortakent-Yahşi Beach is a comprehensive home page, and provides you with a glimpse of what to expect along this area of the coastline. Get to know the different beach areas here, so you can head to your ideal spot, because the Ortakent end of the beach varies dramatically from the Yahsi end.
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