Tag Archive: Dolmuş

Gümüşlük Dolmuş Park & Timetable 2012

The Gumusluk dolmus station is a small, unassuming area near to the beach and bay. There’s regular bus services to Turgutreis and Bodrum, and a less frequent service to Yalikavak. Find out the summer timetable for the first and last buses of the day, as well as the daily frequency of this local transport.

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Dolmuş Photo Gallery

The best way to travel around the Bodrum Peninsula is on a dolmus. Here’s my Dolmus photo gallery, and local timetables.

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Welcome to the Best of Geriş and Gerişaltı

Geriş & Geriş-Altı are part of the Yalikavak municipality, They both offer a sleepy charm a short distance from the centre of Yalikavak. This destination welcome page, details out the draw and location of these two distinct destinations.

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Ortakent & Yahşi Dolmuş Timetable

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.

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Melinda’s Dolmuş ride to Gümüşlük from Bodrum

Wanting to make the most of her last day in Bodrum, Melinda jumped on a dolmus for a day trip to Gümüşlük to enjoy the peace and tranquility of this fishing village on the northern part of the peninsula.

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Turgutreis Dolmuş Timetable & Routes

From the commercial and tourist hub of Turgutreis, you can take a direct route to many of the other towns and villages on the Bodrum Peninsula.

Here’s a rough guide of frequency and prices of a dolmus from Turgutreis to a collection of different destinations.

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Güllük Dolmuş Timetable to Bodrum & Milas

Dolmus Timetable for public transport services from Güllük to both Bodrum and Milas.

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Dolmuş Timetable between Bodrum and Yalıkavak

There’s a regular Dolmuş service that runs between Yalikavak and Bodrum, which goes via Konacık, and Ortakent Town.

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Welcome to the Best of Yalıkavak

Yalikavak was the first town to tug at my heart strings. I fell in love with it on my first visit, and have returned to it again and again. Read all of the sights and activities on offer in this little hamlet in the north of the peninsula.

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Father & Son build the Doga Cafe Koyunababa

The Doga Cafe is small cafe just up the road from the new Migros on the main Gumusluk to Yalikavak Road. It’s family run, and offers a good selection of home-cooked Turkish specialities. They also post the Dolmus timetable to Yalikavak.

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Welcome to the Best of Akyarlar

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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Welcome to the Best of Gündoğan

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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