Bogazici : Holiday Accommodation
Whether it's sitting at a café sipping a cup of strong black Turkish coffee or simply lazing on the beach, If you are looking for relaxing days in a carefree environment then why not head to Bogazici. This quaint village is one of the jewels along the Aegean coastline, located just 12 kilometres from the centre of bustling Bodrum. Charming and full of character, the resort is famed for its nature reserve, where the salt lakes are home to thousands of pink flamingos, so those looking to get back to nature are sure to enjoy exploring their surrounds. Sunseekers who wish to bask in the Turkish sun, will love spending days on the beach. Here you can watch the fishing boats return to harbour with their freshly caught catch of the day. Along the beach you will also find a great selection of restaurants where you can sample the delicious fresh fish you saw arriving back to the dock. When you need to pick up the essentials for your stay you will find a small selection of shops in town, however on a Sunday why not visit the market where you can rub shoulders with the locals and pick up fresh produce grown within the fields around the resort. If you’re looking for something a little more energetic you can always head to the golf courses and waterparks just a short drive away. If you're after a bit more in the way of life, hop on a dolmus bus or hire car and head to lively and captivating Bodrum just down the coast. Turkey's most sophisticated resort, it blends old and new beautifully with whitewashed houses spilling down terraced hillsides to two bays, each filled with yachts and overlooked by an impressive 15th century castle. The winding streets are full of restaurants where you can sample some traditional cuisine, street cafés, shops and bazaars where you can have a go at haggling for a bargain, whilst the marina is a hive of activity. At sundown, Bodrum's legendary night-life takes over, with bars, nightspots where you can dance the night away and a giant open-air disco buzzing till dawn. Other must-see sights in Bodrum include the 3,000 year ruins of Troy and historical Ephesus. From here you can also get the ferry over to the island of Kos and experience the delights of Greece.