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Bodrum is not just the city of Bodrum, it also has a fairly large peninsula. There are many small villages that are accessible via Bodrum. To do this, go to the main bus station. This is the central point of contact for all activities in the area and the peninsula of Bodrum.

On the bus station there are on the one hand buses that carry passengers all over Turkey, to Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Antalya up to Agri. On the other hand, there are the minibuses that drive to all villages on the peninsula. For some villages but you have to change. These minibuses carry about 14-15 people in the winter when driving, and on market days it is quite possible that you are very busy.

The next village on the south side is Gümbet. You can reach it by minibus passing through the city, Gumbet is popular for its beach and colorful nightlife. At the beginning of the 90’s Gumbet was a stronghold of the English but meanwhile you can see many different nationalities there.

After Gümbet comes the small village Bitez. It is located in a small valley on the south side of the peninsula and is rather to call peaceful.

The villages Ortakent-Yahsi are also located on the south side of the peninsula. They are in the same valley as Bitez. You are because of your peace and your long beach.

Turgutreis is the second largest city after Bodrum. It is located on the west side of the peninsula about 22 km from Bodrum.

Gümüslük, Ancient Myndos is also on the west side of the peninsula. It is known for its restaurants, the very fresh fish and sunsets.

Further on the northwest side of the peninsula is located Yalikavak. Due to the beautiful sunset and the light, Turkey is an insider tip among the artists.

Türkbükü is already on the north side of the peninsula. There you have a very nice view of the Gulf of Gulluk. There are also ancient rock tombs there.

Gündogan, translated as sunrise, is also on the north side. A small idyllic village with not much tourism.

And finally Torba. It is also on the north side of the peninsula. It is also very popular among the locals.