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Turkbuku Holidays

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Bodrum holidays

A sophisticated seaside spot

The whole of Turkey’s Bodrum peninsula is special – it’s a sunkissed landscape of gently rolling, forested hillsides and beautiful beaches. However, there’s a reason why one particular spot so consistently attracts the jet set, including international royalty, movie stars, business moguls and high-flying politicians. Located an hour’s drive from Bodrum, Turkbuku holidays are defined by luxury. The resort’s small, sheltered bay is ringed with upscale restaurants that are high-end beach clubs during the day.

Meanwhile, up in the surrounding hills, prestigious hotels and retreats compete to offer visitors the most exclusive experience imaginable. It’s easy to see why Turkbuku is frequently compared to Saint Tropez – a casual glance at the gleaming white luxury yachts bobbing on the azure ocean says it all. Holidays to Turkbuku attract movers and shakers from all over the world who crave a real red-carpet holiday experience.

Your Turkbuku questions, answered

Yes, you can. For best results, jump on a boat and head to the serene Golkoy Bay nearby, where you can cast off in peace and safety.
For the best experience in terms of range, take a 20-minute drive or taxi trip to Yalikavak’s marina, which has shops specialising in fashion, souvenirs and accessories.
The vibe is more posh piers and canopy beds than beaches, but the coves, which can be found just a short walk from a hotel, are almost always quiet.

Best things to do in Turkbuku

Make a splash

Jet-ski hire is especially popular in Turkbuku – zoom around the sheltered bay at high speed, glancing inland to drink in the dazzling countryside and fancy white buildings.

Take in the view

Taking in your surroundings is a large part of the resort’s appeal – it might sound simple, but there’s a whole load of fun to be had just people-watching from your sunlounger.

Explore Rabbit Island

Take a boat or stroll along a shallow sunken causeway, built by Mausolus the King of Halicarnassus no less, to Rabbit Island – a nearby islet filled with rabbits and ruins.