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Bodrum Area Guide


Akyarlar is an old fishing village. On the way here you will pass Aspat Mountain, on top of which is Aspat Castle which was an important lookout post.  Akyarlar probably used to be a Greek village.  The sea here is crystal clear and conditions are perfect for windsurfing.  Although surrounded by modern housing complexes, you can still see old stone houses in the centre, and there are small pensions and fish restaurants on the shore.  The Akyarlar minibuses from Bodrum come here via Ortakent and Karaincir.

 Akyarlar  Akyarlar


Labyrinth of tangerine orchards

Bitez is a typical Bodrum village with houses hidden among tangerine groves, in contrast to the busy hotels and restaurants along the beach that is very popular with windsurfers. Fifteen minutes by minibus from Bodrum, the gardens of this town conceal an artist here, a pleasant restaurant there.

Bitez  Bitez Bitez


Gölköy and Türkbükü are two villages side by side on a stretch of undulating coastline contained within a big bay on the north side of the peninsula.  This area has become a centre for fashionable night clubs and holiday resorts.  What used to be wooden jetties with the boats of local fisherman are now smart docks where the "jet set" moors their yachts.  Famous people from all over the world spend holidays, own homes or at the very least have dinner here in Göltürkbükü.  You can get there in about twenty minutes on a minibus from Bodrum, or maybe you would prefer to go by seaplane!

Göltürkbükü  Göltürkbükü


Centre for unlimited fun
The liveliest tourist resort in the area, where people from all over the world come together. It is only six or seven minutes to Bodrum by dolmuş (local public minibuses) however you can while away your days and nights right here among the innumerable choices of pensions, motels, restaurants and nightclubs.

Gümbet  Gümbet Gümbet