Yalikavak Farmers Market is held every Thursday. Selling fresh local produce, meat, fish, dairy, dried fruits & nuts, souvenirs, clothing & household items
If you’re looking for and well-stocked hardware store, you can head to the Polisan Hardware shop in Yalikavak. It’s on the main road and bits and bobs for home and garden.
No trip to Yalikavak is complete without at least one trip to Yalikavak’s Thursday market. Here’s a couple of photo’s from 2009.
Our first visit to Turkey included a stop at the Yalikavak Market on a Thursday. It’s an eclectic mix of food, spices, linens and clothes, and is a place you should add to your itinerary while you’re on the Bodrum Peninsula.
Yalikavak Farmers market is held every Thursday in the centre of town, and has a varied selection of food stalls, produce, clothing and souvenirs.
Looking for an Art Gallery with a difference? Yalikavaks Sarniç Sanat Galerisi, is housed in an old water cistern, which has a lot of rustic charm. It’s host to various different artists and exhibitions throughout the year, and best of all, there’s no entrance fee.
Looking for a list of shops at Yalikavak’s Palmarina, look no further, here’s a reference page for your Marina shopping opportunities in this Turkish Town.
Published on May 31st 2013, this is the very first extensive Travel Guide entirely focused on the Bodrum Peninsula. It covers all of the major towns and villages on the peninsula, and provides information about activities, local transport and insider tips.
I’m not quite sure who this fashion choice is aimed at. They don’t look like Tourist Fashion or even Local Village wear. Any ideas?