Categories

Regions

Launch Map
Listing View
24 Results
Ilıca Beach
Ilıca Beach
Celal Bayar Mahellesi, Ilıca Plajı, 35930 Çeşme/İzmir, Türkiye
It is the largest and most popular tourism center of Çeşme with its wide and white sandy beaches of 2 km in length, qualified accommodation facilities and thermal facilities.  Resembling a large thermal pool with its boiling hot thermal
Şifne-Büyük Liman-Paşa Limanı
Şifne-Büyük Liman-Paşa Limanı
Ardıç, 5420. Sk. No:4, 35930 Çeşme/İzmir
Paşalimanı Beach is a spot known for its clean, smooth and ideal temperature sea.
Tepeköy Gökçeada
Tepeköy Gökçeada
Tepeköy Yolu, 17760 Tepeköy Köyü/Gökçeada/Gökçeada/Çanakkale
Great for an island stay, this Greek village surrounded by scree-covered hills offers spectacular views over the countryside. Its stone houses once deserted and falling into disrepair, the village is benefitting from small
Kaleköy Gökçeada
Kaleköy Gökçeada
Kaleköy, Gökçeada/Çanakkale, Türkiye
Perched on the hillside above the harbour at Kaleköy is 'High Kaleköy' (formerly Kastro), a pretty village built around a ruined Genoese fortress. Overlooking the Aegean island of Samothrace (Samothraki), most of its buildings date from
Eski Bademli (Gliki) Gökçeada
Eski Bademli (Gliki) Gökçeada
Yeni Bademli Köyü No:4, 17762 Yenibademli/Gökçeada/Çanakkale, Türkiye
Hilltop Greek village Eski Bademli (Old Bademli) looks down on rather ugly Yeni Bademli (New Bademli) and over the valley to the Aegean. The village has cobbled lanes, old stone houses and plenty of almond trees (bademli is the Turkish
Bodrum Yalıkavak
Bodrum Yalıkavak
Yalıkavak Merkez Mahallesi, Çökertme Cd. No:6, 48990 Bodrum/Muğla
A former fishing and sponge-diving village, Yalıkavak has played up its relative remoteness from Bodrum to attract a more exclusive Turkish clientele. However, it hasn't escaped the holiday-home-construction craze, and is known too for
Bodrum Ortakent
Bodrum Ortakent
Ortakentyahşi, Yalı Cd., 48420 Bodrum/Muğla
Ortakent is becoming more popular as the relentless wave of summer-home building continues to carve out the peninsula hillside with alarmingly uniform giant white cubes. For now, the view at sea level of Ortakent's broad blue bay remains
Bodrum Gümbet
Bodrum Gümbet
Gümbet, Osman Nuri Bilgin Cd., 48400 Bodrum/Muğla
Located to the west of Bodrum, Gumbet is a small coastal town just two kilometres away. Renowned for its nightlife, the people living in Bodrum like to escape the big city to come party and relax in Gumbet. The name derives from Turkish
Bodrum Göltürkbükü
Bodrum Göltürkbükü
Göltürkbükü, Akdeniz Cd. 30. Sok D:No:3, 48400 Bodrum/Muğla
The reputation of Göltürkbükü – an amalgam of neighbouring villages Türkbükü and Gölköy – as Aegean Turkey's poshest beach getaway is kept alive by the celebrities, politicians and business moguls who flock here from İstanbul
Bodrum Gündoğan
Bodrum Gündoğan
Gündoğan mahallesi Sahil Şeridi, Emek Sokak No:33, 48400 Bodrum/Muğla
Placid Gündoğan Bay, deepest on the the Bodrum Peninsula, offers a sandy beach with good swimming right in the centre and stays relatively sedate at night. Most of its part- or full-time occupants in the villas climbing halfway up the
Bodrum Gümüşlük
Bodrum Gümüşlük
Gümüşlük, 1120. Sk., 48970 Bodrum/Muğla
Accessed from the main Bodrum–Turgutreis road via a lovely side road through the hills, Gümüşlük has an escapist feel. It's good for a swim and a drink or meal of fresh fish at simple yet stylish eateries on the beach
Bodrum Bitez
Bodrum Bitez
Bitez, Bergamut Cd. No:75, 48470 Bodrum/Muğla
ess hectic than Gümbet just east, Bitez (the closest resort town to Bodrum) is still a major centre of coastal nightlife in summer, and draws as many foreigners as Turks. However, it's an actual village, framed by lovely orchards, so it
Promote Your Business
Do you need qualified exposure?
Publish a listing for targeted audience to achieve more popularity in your niche.
Get Started
Load more