This is the Home Page for the Bodrum Itinerary Inspirations pages. Whether you want delve into Bodrum’s History with a culture immersion itinerary; bury your head in a book or and relax by the water, or practice your haggling skills during a mammoth shopping expedition – Bodrum has it all on offer. It’s also an ideal location to use as a jumping-off point to explore the rest of the peninsula.
Whether it’s shopping for essentials at one of the local supermarkets or hardware stores; browsing for gifts in the labyrinth of tourist shops behind the Mosque, or walking through the gauntlet of hawkers at the Saturday Street Market in search of fresh produce, clothes, sourvenirs or housewares – there’s plenty to spend your money on. And that’s before we even explore all of the shopping options around the Marina.View full post
After Turgutreis Saturday Pazar, Bodrum market is the next biggest on the Peninsula. At Tuesday’s Textile market the stalls consist of clothing and bags, bedding and household items. On Friday’s it’s the main fruit and vegetable market (and there’s a smaller fruit and vegetable market on Thursday’s.)View full post
A scant ~10km from the ex-pat hub of Turgutreis, and you’re knee deep in a foreign land. This stretch of the coastline isn’t as cluttered with Europeans, and you can immerse yourself in the seclusion of Akyarlar, by wandering around their Thursday market, or chilling on a lounger in their sheltered bay.View full post
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Gumsuluk market has grown significantly over the past few years, but it’s still very much a local market, catering to the villagers in the area. Read about the growth of Gumusluk market and view my photo gallery of my most recent trip wandering around it.
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Each Thursday, there’s a Farmer’s market held in the heart of Bitez Village, and here’s a 10 minute video of Algis’s stroll around the market.
February 25, 2013
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If you feel like a spot of retail-therapy, Bodrum can deliver your fix. Your options range from genuine-fakes at the weekly Bodrum Market to designer goods at the Bodrum Marina shopping centre. Or wander around the old town pedestrian bazaar near the bay, or head to the main road into Bodrum, to discover the Oasis Shopping centre.
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Collection of all articles and pages which feature or mention the local markets of the Bodrum Peninsula. These local markets vary by location. They all offer a wide selection of fresh produce, but the bigger markets also have clothes, textiles and housewares. Use this reference page to find out more about the local markets.
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Slideshow of Bodrum’s Textile market day, held each Tuesday near the bus station each week.
October 2, 2012
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Haggling is commonplace, and nowhere more so than bustling tourist areas like Bodrum. Haggling can be a daunting experience at first, but play your cards right and you could come away with a true bargain. Here are five tips for haggling with market stall traders in Turkey.
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