Turkbuku Private Daily Boat Cruise

Destination : Bodrum Duration : 0 Nights / 1 Days Departs From : Bodrum Port

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Turkbuku & Golturkbuku

Until recently there was no road to Turkbuku and the only way to reach this beautiful place of mandarin fields and white wash coated houses was by boat. This is why it remained untouched for so long. But, as happened to all places, it was “discovered” and the construction of summer houses and famous resorts began. Now, it has been a famous holiday destination preferred by Turkey’s most elegant people.
Turkbuku is 20 kilometres from Bodrum and is a good breather if you want to have distant holiday or a day away from the crowds and noise. The seaside road is closed in summer and wooden extensions of the restaurants and hotels, used as swimming and sunbathing spots in daytime, are turned into restaurants or bars where tables are placed as darkness descends. Fresh fish from fish farms, sea bass and bream, are placed on the grill.

Mostly quiet bays to the North of the peninsula are preferred as stopping points. The stopping points are the Ikiz Islands, Kizil and Hattatlar Bay, the port of Derin, Apostle and Tavsan Islands, Gundogan and Dikilitas.



Golturkbuku is located on top of Yeni Karyanda. Its old name was Golkoy. Its small lake, a small cove and pleasant settlement were combined and its current name resulted. The sea is also like a lake. This area is the greenest part of the Bodrum Peninsula and its long beach, small hotels, restaurants and bars is very colourful. And nights are another joyful time by the sea.


Ilica Buku - Cennet Bay

Between Golturkbuku and Torba stretches the Ilica Buku. It is a cove between Comca and Gok Points, and once open a time it was surrounded by tall pine trees and its sea is very clean. That is why the Bodrum People named the beautiful cove Cennet (Heaven) Cove. The yachts and the boats coming from the sea and have a swimming break in the area. Another cove on the way to Torba is known as Demir (Steel) Point. It is a cove sheltered from the winds. By the seaside there are houses with palm trees and a quay.


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