Çatalhöyük (30 miles southeast of Konya in Turkey) is widely accepted as being the world’s oldest village or town. Established around 7500 B.C. , it covered 32 acres and was home to between 3000 to 8000 people. Because of the way of the houses are packed so closely together it […]
A new yearly tradition started by Xuma Beach Club in 2015, Chill-Out Festival Bodrum 2016 will be held on 23-24 July of 2016. Music lovers are expected a total of 24 hours music program over two days in a nestled and serene location that Xuma Beach Club offers. Keep checking […]
After coming across this brilliant video by Buried Life, we couldn’t resist sharing: Ten things to do in Turkey before you die.
If you are heading to Bodrum, Turkey, here are some smart tips to make your stay a lot more enjoyable. Knowing a Little Turkish will Go a Very , Very Long Way Not many people speak English in Turkey. But the good news is, Turkish isn’t hard to learn—the letters are […]
We have a recommendation for the travelers who are heading for Bodrum this summer. It is a little book by Roger Williams, about a man who made Bodrum, Bodrum: The Fisherman of Halicarnassus, Cevat Sakir. We encourage you to find and study this book to appreciate the fascinating history […]
Digging Stratonikeia with Mike Dunphy for Huffington Post Here is the article on the Huffington Post about the mighty Stratonikeia: “There’s a thrill to each step taken in Turkey. It’s the knowledge that underfoot, not more than a few feet, treasure waits. All one needs is the right swing of […]
Sun Sets in Yalikavak in Mysterious Ways! Yalikavak Sunsets… Over the Yalikavak Bay, beyond the ever blue Aegen Sea… Mysterious… Just as we like it… Yalikavak is situated on the Northwestern face of the peninsula and 18 km to Bodrum. Yalikavak is certainly the only town in Bodrum that grows […]