I'm thinking of splitting my time between Bodrum and Gumusluk. There doesn't seem to be many hotels at this beach. I've read about a couple of 3 star ones, but they're still too expensive .. I'm on a budget and want to stay in the area as long as possible. Help please.
We are staying in Gumusluk in a few weeks and will be travelling from Bodrum, but we don't have a car. Is there a bus service from Bodrum?
is anyone going to gumusluk this may?
Hello , i'm going to buy a land and build a house. The company Cakmak will take in charge everything : build, tapoo, notary etc...Can anyone give me any informations about the cost/prices for a house 120m2 living area in Gumusluk and any informations about the the company Cakmak ?
How is the weather of Gumusluk in winter : from november to Feburary ?
Are there alot of tourists in winter overthere ? Thanks, Alan
Can anyone give me any information on living in Gumusluk. We are buying a small appartment, which we have not seen. From what im reading it sounds very nice, rural, quite and peaceful which is what we would like, but there seems to be quite a lot of development going on, where is it going to end? We had a short visit a few years back on a gullet, but dont remember too much.
All replys and information gratefully received.
Hi. we're off to Gumusluk in 3 weeks too.
Are there any tips of places go to or boat trips to take from the village itself?
This will be our 4th trip to Turkey & we're really looking forward to it, but would like to get about without hiring a car.
Does anyone know of any walks, up to about 5 miles,in the Gumusluk area, preferably coastal? The walk doesn't have to necessarily start from Gumusluk, as long as it can be reached via public transport. I have heard that there are some really good walks in the area.
We're off to Gumusluk at the beginning of June, does anyone know if there is somewhere to exchange currency...? We've got millions of useless lira from last time but none of the new stuff. Apparently the airport charges a fortune in commission????
Blunto and Sue
I am hoping to go to Gumusluk in early September. Actually, I have been persuaded to go, as I would father have gone to Dalyan where it is beautiful and there is plenty to do.
I have a couple of concerns, and I hope that someone can confirm/allay my worries. Firstly, I am worried that we will be out on a limb without a hire car. How easy is it to get to Dalyan, for example, and will I still be able to go horse riding or white water rafting from there. I love to relax and laze all day sometimes, but then I feel the need to go walking, on a boat trip, or some other activity. Will there be enough for me to do there?
The other worry is that I know that fish is a speciality there, but I don't really do fish. Will there be enough other options for me? Can anyone reccomend any reataurants there, or trips from there? There seems to be very little written about this place, which may be a good, or bad thing. maybe it is so lovely that people don't want to share it for fear of it becoming too touristy, which would be a shame.
Any help or advice would be very much appreciated.
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