Tucked away on the sun-soaked Turkish Riviera, holidays to Türkbükü will take you to the St Tropez of Turkey. This laid-back fishing village enjoys a lush coastal setting, hidden in a sheltered bay between scented citrus, olive and pine trees, making it perfect for a quiet couples’ escape. There’s an unmistakable air of sophistication about Türkbükü, from the pristine beaches to the stunning whitewashed houses. And then there’s the stylish harbour, where you’ll discover a wealth of chic waterside bars and restaurants that are just perfect for leisurely lunches and romantic sunset dinners. With all this on offer, it’s easy to fall in love with Türkbükü.
Things to do
If you want to sample the high life, Türkbükü holidays will be right up your street. As well as pristine beaches, you’ll love the designer clothing boutiques that run along the waterside boulevard. Then there are the upmarket restaurants serving fine Turkish cuisine. Sit down here and you can enjoy authentic octopus salad, fresh fish, and barbecued meats, complete with stunning sea views. And if you feel like exploring further afield, you could always take a daytrip over to historic Bodrum town. It’s only a 30-minute drive away, and it’s packed full of historic sites.
Dine at waterside restaurants
It’s easy to fall in love with Turbuku. It has many fine dining restaurants along the beautiful marina. You can savour the excellent local cuisine with a beautiful sea view and a dash of local charm. Watch the sun go down while sipping a delicious cocktail and enjoy quality time with your partner.
Explore the local beaches
Soak up the sunshine and get a great sun tan on one of Bodrum’s best beaches. Camel Bay is especially popular for its picturesque scenery and natural swim spots. Camel Bay is a great choice for a fun family day out.
Arts and Culture
Zeki Muren is one of the most famous names of Turkey. He was a great classical Turkish music performer and important cultural figure. Bodrum was his choice of home due to its peaceful and tranquil nature and the home he once lived in is now a museum showcasing his life’s work. Check it out to experience the popular culture of Turkey.