Your browser is not supported

To use our site, we recommend using the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Edge

Get Help

Guvercinlik Holidays

Sorry, this resort is currently unavailable. Please see our other destinations or amend your search.

Bodrum holidays

A lesser-known Turkish gem

This peaceful resort on Turkey’s beautiful Aegean Coast is often missed by holidaymakers who race through on their way to the bright lights of nearby Bodrum. However, if you’re a family looking for a charming, slow-paced break, or a couple after quiet romance, Guvercinlik holidays are just the thing.

Holidays to Guvercinlik in Turkey focus on making the most of its agreeable climate and rolling, hilly terrain. Pack some sturdy walking boots and enjoy fantastic hiking through peaceful villages away from the main tourist trail. Or hire a boat and explore secret coves and secluded bays. Those who want to bar-hop can find late-night fun in Bodrum – less than half an hour away by taxi – but the best evenings are spent in Guvercinlik, tucking into locally caught fish and gazing out at the small fishing boats that bob gently in the natural harbour. Good times come easily here in Guvercinlik.

Your Guvercinlik questions, answered

Yes – kids will find plenty to love in Guvercinlik. Their young imaginations are sure to be fired up by its soft sands, secret coves and wild forests.
Gulvercinlik is blessed with a beautifully Mediterranean climate. Expect up to 14 hours of sunshine in July, with overall temperatures hardly dropping below 20°C all summer.
Soft, sandy and very quiet by Aegean Coast standards. If you like things peaceful, Gulvercinlik is perfect, with great unspoiled stretches where you won’t meet a soul.

Best things to do in Guvercinlik

Take a hike

The region’s lush forested countryside is ideal for exploring on foot. Kick things off with a gently challenging stroll to the rustic lakeside village of Mumcular.

Visit Bodrum

A little under half an hour away by road, this lively urban hub has plenty to keep you amused on a day trip – don’t miss the castle or the haunting shipwrecks in the Museum of Underwater Archaeology.

Explore Salih Island

Some claim that this unassuming outcrop is all that remains of the lost ancient city of Karyanda. Legend aside, Salih is dotted with pine trees and olive groves, making for a picturesque boat trip.