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Old 22nd January 2006, 22:35   #1 (permalink)
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Bodrum Beaches and resorts

What is the best beach area in Bodrum, all you members are keeping this info far too quiet time to share the secret!!!

post some photos to the threads if not i am going to raid you photo albums.. I have read threads stating "we have purchased" etc.. so now I want to know why. Yes my signature says nosey!
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Old 23rd January 2006, 10:44   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Bodrum Beaches and resorts

Lorraine the beach in Bodrum is kept very quiet because there isn't one There is a very short patch of "kind of sand" but there isn't an actual beach in Bodrum. Bodrum has quite a big harbour which is really busy with ferries and boat and lots of market stalls around but the locals call Gumbet, Bodrum's beach. The beach in Gumbet is nice but far too busy for me these days.
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The beach in Torba is clean, nice and peaceful not packed like sardines
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Yaliciftlik also is worth a try.
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I'm surprised Gail hasn't mentioned Turgutreis,lovely beach,beautiful marina,nice seafront walks,rugged mountain back drop and fantastic sunsets.I also like the quaintness of Yalikavak,nice front,marina and nice walks and an absolutely breathtaking view about two miles outside Yalikavak approaching from Bodrum.
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Ortakent Yahsi beach, is lovely, definately worth the short dolmus ride from Bodrum. Mostly locals, hardly any tourists at all, bliss!
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Ortakent Yahsi beach, is lovely, definately worth the short dolmus ride from Bodrum. Mostly locals, hardly any tourists at all, bliss!

This beach is supposed to be secret shhhhhhhhhhhhh
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Re: Bodrum Beaches and resorts

Carry on round the corner from Yashi beach (you can walk it on the coast path) and you'll find Camel beach and yes there is a camel farm there, oh the babies are gorgeous. The beach is lovely but not in high season as loads of gulets pile in and the place can get packed.
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Gundogan has a lovely big 'U' shaped bay with beaches all along it.
The best kept secret is Eagle beach on left hand side of the bay..........not much sand but jetties with sunbeds out into the sea.Very Turkish with 2 small cheap bar/lokantas.(Unfortunately no eagles to be seen !Named by my architect business partner whos surname is KARTAL which means EAGLE. He was the one to put the road to it ! Boring but a bit of local history for you !)

Also hidden away is a lovely village/beach to right of Gundogan bay called Kucukbucuk .(Which if I have spelt it right means 'Little Bay'.)Nice quiet place.

At the right of Yalikavak is the road to Dodo beach where you can see ancient tombs carved into the rock on the left.Part of the beach you have to pay to go onto through a private club.But its 'the place to be seen' if you are a rich Turk !
Further on you have to leave the car and walk as it is a nature reserve but lovely views.
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Re: Bodrum Beaches and resorts

In Bitez if you go past the marina and take the path walk for ten minutes (actually, there are two paths but they join later), there is a small beach. And if you go on walking for a while, you will see another one.
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