Turkey photo albums

North coast

The stretch of coast to the north of the Bodrum peninsula alternates particularly rocky and thorough degrading bays. In many of these are fishing villages, gradually, are giving way to a tourism-based economy. There are many tourist facilities that often impoverish the landscape an infinite myriad of white houses all the same.

South coast

Even the southern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula alternates barren and rocky, as in Akyarlar area, gently sloping stretches as in the area of Bitez and Gumbet. A Ortakent, is the largest sandy area of the peninsula. Gumbet and Bitez bays are very developed from tourism point of view, here life is busy both day and night.

Bodrum

Even the southern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula alternates barren and rocky, as in Akyarlar area, gently sloping stretches as in the area of Bitez and Gumbet. A Ortakent, is the largest sandy area of the peninsula. Gumbet and Bitez bays are very developed from tourism point of view, here life is busy both day and night.

           Yalikavak

Yalikavak is a small town located north of the Bodrum peninsula. Overlooking a bay protected by a long peninsula (Kudur) retains its characteristics of quiet actually sustainable tourism. Its center is formed by using local streets, quaint shops and restaurants that run along the old port.

           Gumusluk

Gumusluk (Gümüşlük in turkish) is a small village of local fishermen on the west coast of the Bodrum peninsula. Located in a small protected bay has preserved its original of a village devoted to fishing features. The opening to tourism appears recently and manifests so content and minimally invasive.