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Bodrum, called by Homer “the land of eternal blue” and formerly known as Halicarnassus, has a rich history. Southwest Turkey, a stunning peninsula located on the shores of the Aegean Sea, also known as the Turquoise Coast region. Palm trees lining the coastline and elegant marinas captivate the wider community.

Today’s Bodrum stands at the site of the ancient city of Halicarnassus, where the famous Halicarnassus tomb (353 BC), one of the 7 wonders of the world, is located. Unfortunately, the miracle was destroyed by earthquakes in the Middle Ages, and today the remains can only be seen in the British Museum in London. Still, some of the glorious ancient heritage has been preserved here, centuries-old evidence of ancient civilizations in the Old Town that coexist peacefully with fashion and modernity.

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Yalıkavak is the yachting capital of Bodrum. The strong winds that blow here attract yachtsmen and windsurfers from many countries.

Besides the yachting paradise, Yalikavak is famous for its wonderful nature. Clear sea, sandy beaches with a gentle entrance, tangerine and olive groves, fresh sea breeze – all this pleases tourists almost all year round. Amazing landscapes open up in the valley of the windmills.

Fans of water sports have something to entertain themselves – snorkeling is developed in Yalikavak. Of course, it is not as bright as in Egypt, but you will definitely see many interesting underwater inhabitants. Be sure to visit the sea lion reserve in Yalikavak – the territory of the nature reserve is a protected area, there are stunning landscapes, cleanliness and silence.

In Yalikavak there is the famous “restaurant mile” on the peninsula, where the best fish restaurants of the Bodrum peninsula are located, attracting lovers of Mediterranean cuisine from all over the world.

Not far from this place, on one of the islands, there is a cave, which is still the “home” for the rare Mediterranean “monk seals”, it is one of 12 species that are under protection throughout the world.

Due to the constant winds, sailing regattas or surfer competitions are often held in Yalikavak.

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Göltürkbükü is geographically located in the northern part of the Bodrum peninsula, 18 km from the city center, 8 km from the center of Yalikavak. This is, perhaps, the most “green” area of ​​the peninsula, which, thanks to the low building density, has managed to achieve the almost impossible: to become one of the most popular elite resort areas among the local population and at the same time not “drown” in the concrete jungle of hotels and the embankment.


In the summertime, Golturkbuku Bay is filled with luxury yachts, and the embankment is filled with pesky paparazzi in the hope of capturing some celebrity.

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Gümüslük – many Turkish painters and sculptors prefer to rest and work in Gumusluk. The wonderful climate, magnificent sunsets and seascapes, nature untouched by the modern world inspire many creative people to come here from year to year.

Lovers of a calm and measured life prefer to settle here on a permanent basis.

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Akyarlar is a stunningly beautiful bay surrounded by emerald greenery. Many years ago it there was a small Greek fishing village called Kefaluca. Today it is one of the most developing resort areas in the vicinity of Bodrum.

The beaches of the bay are among the best on the Bodrum Peninsula thanks to the gentle entrance to the sea, ideal for families with small children.

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Bitez Bay is well known among water sports enthusiasts such as windsurfing and diving, sailboats and catamarans are also available here.

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Bağla Bay is one of the most picturesque bays of the peninsula with a beautiful beach suitable for any holiday.

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