Thanks to Nicholas David for allowing us to post his pictures taken in Yalikavak 2012 of the Yalikavak Windmills and coastal area at sunset.
The Turkish delight of Yalikavak on the Bodrum Peninsula
Here’s a couple of excerpts from a Yalikavak Article I came across on the Quirky Traveller website.
Whilst the town has retained a lot of its charm and culture, Yalikavak is now one of the places to head for when looking for a relaxing sunshine break in stunning surroundings. Continue reading
From the Kudur Peninsula, you get a good view back at the heart of Yalikavak town. There are hotels and a couple of Beach clubs on Kudur as well as a couple of small local beaches.
Here’s a collection of photos from my last tour of Kudur. Continue reading
Each time we visit Yalikavak, a trip isn’t complete without at least one trip to Yalikavak’s weekly Thursday market, and here’s a couple of photo’s we took in 2009.
Our First trip to Yalikavak Market
If you’re staying anywhere else on the Peninsula, make sure you head on over to Yalikavak on a Thursday to wander around their weekly pazar and farmers market.
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In the heart of the pedestrian area of Yalikavak you’ll find this inexpensive Barber offering Turkish Cut-Throat Shaves. Continue reading
Wandering around Yalikavak Market
During a walk around the weekly Yalikavak Market, there is plenty of local produce or snacks for you to nibble on, to keep your hunger at bay. Continue reading
Whether your a culture vulture, a beach bum or an adrenaline junkie in search of your next activity, there’s one sure fire way of immersing yourself in the local culture, that’ll also provide you will some excellent photo opportunities.