This Yalikavak sculpture was placed here not to memorialize a personal life story but to bear witness to a great love lived in the old days of Bodrum Turkey
Yalikavak Windmills & MMK Yeldeğirmeni Cafe on the hills about the town. Great Bodrum Peninsula views with Traditional Turkish Food available at the cafe.
Alan took a day trip from Bodrum to Yalikavak via dolmus to explore the local area. Read what he had to say about his visit to Turkey’s Bodrum Peninsula.
Natalie Sayin is the Publisher of http://turkishtravelblog.com, a blog devoted to traveling around Turkey. Natalie’s life long ambition is to visit every town, village and city in Turkey to explore the places, learn about culture and traditions as well as meet local people.
Here’s a couple of photos of the Yalikavak Windmills at Sunset.
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.
Slick 2 minute video of Yalikavak’s Palmarina, with birds eye view of the Millionaire’s Club, the Marina and adjacent shops & restaurants to entice you.
A short 3 minute sweeping video of Yalikavak from the Air, showing the beach and habour area of this Bodrum Peninsula town.