The best way to travel around the Bodrum Peninsula is on a dolmus. Here’s my Dolmus photo gallery, and local timetables.
Here’s the timetable from Yalıkavak and Gündoğan for the Turgutreis to Turkbuku dolmus that travels the coastal route, as well as the bus fares for all destinations and departure points, and a list of the towns and villages this bus route travels through.
Find out the bus fares and timetable for the Dolmuş and Public Bus between Bitez and Bodrum for 2016.
Gümüşlük Dolmuş Timetable & Price for Winter 2015/2016 for travel to Turgutreis, Bodrum and all of the small towns and villages in between.
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.
If the Summer madness of Bodrum town centre is overwhelming, and you need a quick escape to a local beach, (but have a desire to avoid Gumbet at all costs), head for Torba. It’s close enough for a half-day jaunt, and will feed your adventurous spirit.
If you’re not able to leave your bags at your hotel, why not drop them off at the dolmus and bus station in the heart of Bodrum. There’s a couple of left luggage offices right in the middle of all the action.
Here’s the Gümüşlük Dolmuş Park & Timetable for Autumn 2014 to plan your travel to Bodrum, Turgutreis, Yalikavak, Gundogan & Turkbuku. Expect a similar timetable for 2015, with increased service during the summer months.
The Bodrum to Torba dolums is frequent and cheap. It only takes about 15 minutes to travel between these two destinations, and this photo gallery includes photos of the local yellow and white dolmus.
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Akyarlar is in the often overlooked south-western corner of the Bodrum Peninsula, and is due south of Turgutreis. If you fancy a day away from the mass of tourists that converge in Bodurm and Turgutreis, head to this corner of the Peninsula to get a slice of Turkish market-town life.
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Gündoğan is an active fishing town, and is a lot more peaceful and laid back than the bigger towns on the peninsula. Even though it has a thriving tourist trade, it still exists as one of the unspoilt corners of the peninsula. This welcome page provide a summary of the delights that await you in Gundogan.
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A convenient way to travel from Bodrum to the other destinations on the Bodrum Peninsula is via Dolmus, and here’s a video of a ride from Bodrum to Bitez.
February 26, 2012
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