Yachting in Bodrum and around
The Knights of Rhodes built Bodrum Castle and this impressive fortification guards the entrance into the beautiful blue bay and inside the castle is the Museum of Underwater Archaeology. Bodrum is a shopper’s paradise and the Turban Marina is the best place for souvenir hunters in the area.
Bodrum Yacht MarinasThe main well-established yacht marinas in Bodrum are: Milta Marina in Bodrum, Turgutreis D-Marin, Yalikavak Port and Palmarina Bodrum in Yalikavak.
Bays for MooringWhile sailing, we advise you to visit Akvaryum or Aquarium Bay, Karaada, Camel Beach, Bagla Bay, Kizlar Bay, Haremten Bay, Gumusluk Bay, Turgutreis Bay and Yalikavak Bay.
Closeby Destinations for Sailing
DatcaAnother popular stopping place for yachts is nearby Datca for its many seafood restaurants, pubs and clubs.
Kecibuku BayThe peaceful Kecibuku Bay in the Gulf of Hisaronu is also popular as is Korfez Marina with its surrounding natural beauty of mountains, forests and long natural beach of Kizilkumu.
BozburunBozburun, just after the Gulf of Hisaronu, is hidden away in its own exclusive inlet and is a famed for its gulet building centre.
KumlubukThe beautiful turquoise waters of Kumlubuk are on the south side of the bay and on the northern side is the Rhodian City of Amos.
TuruncTurunc’s natural harbour opens out to a wide stretch of spectacular blue water and the next port on is Marmaris .
Aquarium Cove Bodrum
Xuma Beach Club Bodrum
Maki Hotel & Beach Bodrum
Bodrum Property For Sale
Turkish Food Recipes
Potato Twister or Rose Borek with Potato - Pastries
Tea Time Pastry
Sultan's Pleasure with Fish - Other Main Courses
Turkish Almond Cookies - Cakes & Cookies
Tea Time Pastry
Dugun or Wedding Soup - Soup
Dried Curds or Tarhana Soup - Soup
Aubergine with Minced Meat - Vegetable Courses