Tag Archive: Hürriyet Daily News

Spring in Bodrum

An excerpt of a Hürriyet Daily News Article “Spring in Bodrum” Back in the good old days, you used to be able to get very special, authentic sandals from a man named Ali Güven. Unfortunately, he is no longer with us, but the memory of his sandals live on in Bodrum

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Restoration plans for 1,800 year old Greek Church in Bitez

The Gara Church is from Greek times, and dates back nearly two thousand years. Research has been conducted to identify the level of effort and money required to turn this into a tourist attraction for Bitez.

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Ada Ev – Ortakent’s one-room hotel

The only one-room hotel in Turkey, Ada Ev is a renovated Tower House from ancient times, and the oldest building on the Bodrum Peninsula, after the Bodrum Castle. It’s located in Ortakent, which is the cross-roads location of Bodrum, Turgutreis and Yalkiavak

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Bodrum Windmills to host tourists

Renovation project is being planned for the 8 windmills on the hill between Bodrum and Gumbet. From this vantage point, you get a great view of both bays and Bodrum Castle and town.

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The Lemon Tree Restaurant, Bitez

The Lemon Tree Restaurant in Bitez is the ideal location to enjoy an appetizing Sunday Brunch, whilst enjoying the views of Bitez Bay.

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Sandıma: An abandoned village near Yalikavak

So what’s the draw of Sandima, an abandoned village of stone houses, clinging to the rocky hillside above Yalikavak? Read why Chris Drum Berkaya of the Hürriyet Daily News, considers it to be a Bodrum Treasure worth discovering.

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Recipe for Dolmasi: Stuffed Grapevine Leaves

A couple of different recipes for making Dolmasi. Made from Grape Vine Leaves.

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Bodrum Organic Shop, Bitez

Bodrum Organik has now taken up permanent quarters at a full-time shop in Bitez village.

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Windmills on the hill between Bodrum and Gümbet

We spied these windmills on the hill between Bodrum and Gumbet. They face northwest, and would have been perfectly positioned to catch the coastal winds in their heyday.

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Tel Dolap Restaurant, Gümüşlük

In keeping with tradition, your meal at Tel Dolap might begin with a few meze. For those, who have difficulties making a quick decision, a delightful confusion lies ahead when meze trays are presented for your selection.

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