Turkbuku is a popular holiday resort located on the north coast of Bodrum peninsula. Turkbuku is famous for its beaches, fresh fish, mandarin gardens, white washed houses and crystal clear waters.
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Top Things to Do & See in Turkbuku
The beach in Turkbuku is wonderful and available for sunbathing and swimming for all day long.
During summer season the promenade along the beach is closed to vehicles and there are numerous classy restaurants along the beach front for the holidaymakers.
Outdoor Sports & Nature
Turkbuku has a wonderful nature especially for the outdoor and extreme sports enthusiasts. You can explore the region more closely by hiking and trekking among the natural beauties of the resort, by watching the magnificent sea view from the top of the surrounding hills. You’ll also find some Lycian castles, caves and rock tombs on the hilly parts of Turkbuku.
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Boat trips along the stunning coastline of the Bodrum peninsula coasts is one of the best things to do in Bodrum. Bodrum coasts are very rich in color with jagged rocks and bright trees, as well as contrasted against the clear, turquoise sea. You’ll definitely experience the beautiful coasts by visiting the various bays by boat.
The tour guides will tell you where you can safely jump into the crystal clear waters to swim and snorkel. You’ll come across plenty of fish and other marine life, and when back on board, you’ll dry off while enjoying the sun. Continue reading…
You can also have a day out to see the popular sights and historical sites on the Bodrum peninsula, including the Bodrum Windmills on the hills between Gumbet and central Bodrum, Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, Bodrum Castle and the Museum of Underwater Archaeology, the Myndos Gate and an ancient Amphitheater in central Bodrum, and the ruins of Pedasa.
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Daily Tours & Excursions
For the ones who will not want to spend their Turkbuku holidays on a routine day out at their hotels, than attending to daily tours and excursions is one of the best options to experience and enjoy the stunning landscapes and natural beauties, crystal clear turquoise sea, historical sites, and charms of the Bodrum peninsula.
Variety of all inclusive daily boat trips, cycling, 4×4 Off-road Safari, Quad & Buggy Safari, scuba diving, day trips to Ephesus, Pamukkale and Dalyan are the top selling and the most popular excursions and daily tours from Bodrum. Continue reading…
Shopping – What to Buy?
You’ll find great shopping alternatives from popular outdoor markets, supermarkets, antique and handicraft shops to lovely stores in Turkbuku. Lighting products made from carved gourds are among the most famous items of this region. You can see these types of lamps in almost every shop you can find in the place called Le Kabbak.
In addition, you can visit the street markets on the Bodrum peninsula and find all kind of goods, fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as brand clothes, etc. Popular ones are held in Gumbet on Sundays, and central Bodrum on Tuesdays.
Eating Out – What to Eat?
You can experience and enjoy the Aegean and Mediterranean cuisine, as well as authentic Turkish cuisine and the flavor of the sea at the plenty of restaurants and cafes along the town center and beach promenade of Turkbuku.
Fresh caught fish is popular. Traditional mezes with yogurt, aubergine, pepper, tomato and olive, bergamot jam, stuffed squash blossoms, Turkish kebab and all kind of seafood are popular dishes you can taste in Ortakent.
Eating out can be some very expensive in Turkbuku, you should check the prices before you book a table. If you like mussels, we recommend the Sehmus Usta Restaurant. Turkbuku Dogal Dondurma is a good place for tasting homemade natural fruit ice creams.
Nightlife in Turkbuku
You’ll find good cafes, bars, and restaurants in Turkbuku that each offer its own brand of entertainment and fun for their guests.
Accommodation – Where to Stay?
As for accommodation in Turkbuku; you can find wide range of options from 3 star, 4 star, 5 star all inclusive hotels and family friendly hotels, apartments, holiday villages, holiday villas and apartments to choose from standard packages to deluxe residences. See;
We also recommend you make your hotel search and book online via the world’s biggest online hotel booking websites. You can get really good discounts and find the best prices with a match.
- Trivago Turkbuku Bodrum Hotels (Trivago claims that they guarantee the best price with their price matching system)
- Agoda Turkbuku Bodrum Hotels (Agoda claims that if you find the same hotel cheaper elsewhere, they will refund the difference)
How to Get to Turkbuku?
Turkbuku is situated on the north coast of Bodrum peninsula, about 20 km. from central Bodrum, and 46 km. from Bodrum Milas Airport (BJV).
Getting to Turkbuku from Bodrum Milas Airport
The HAVAS Airport Shuttle operates between the airport and Bodrum city center. Following the route Guvercinlik, Torba road and Bodrum Intercity Bus Terminal in central Bodrum in order, it takes about 45 minutes.
And you should take a taxi or dolmus (minibus) to get to Turkbuku from the Bodrum city center. Dolmus (minibus) takes about 25 minutes to reach Turkbuku.
Taxi fare from Bodrum Airport to Turkbuku is about 520 TL.
This is by far the best, the most preferred, convenient, safe and fastest option to get to Turkbuku from Bodrum Airport. Especially if you are a group or a family with kids or have lots of luggage with you, than we highly recommend private shuttle transfer. They offer a fixed rate, comfortable and safe transfer to your hotel in Turkbuku.
The HAVAS airport shuttle will bring you to at the Intercity Bus Terminal of Bodrum, and you’ll need to take a taxi or minibus from there again, which will be harder for you to travel with your family or luggage. But a private shuttle transfer will drive you just to the entrance of your hotel.
The driver also meets you inside the airport terminal with your name written on a plate. And he accompanies you for the transfer and also he helps you with your luggage like where to take them and even carry them to the shuttle. And as there is a fixed price, you will not have to worry or deal with price calculations.
We highly recommend Tranigo (a Turkish company operating since 1996, and partnered with renowned names like Hertz, Thrifty, Budget, and many reliable and efficient local suppliers) as we recently booked with them had a great trip to our hotel.
It offers low-priced, fixed rate private shuttles that include meet-and-greet airport pickups and luggage assistance. Their large selection of comfortable taxis, minivans, luxurious cars and 6-19+ passenger minibuses can match any need while ensuring quick and safe travels to and from Bodrum airport (BJV).