Good Morning Yalikavak It’s almost December. Check out the weather in Yalikavak. That’s one of the many fun advantages of being open all year around:) 4reasonshotel+bistro is located in the hills of Yalikavak, a small, charming town, surrounded by hills and beaches laying on the Western side of the peninsula. Yalikavak has […]

Good Morning Yalikavak

It’s almost December. Check out the weather in Yalikavak. That’s one of the many fun advantages of being open all year around:)

4reasonshotel+bistro is located in the hills of Yalikavak, a small, charming town, surrounded by hills and beaches laying on the Western side of the peninsula. Yalikavak has lately become the meeting point of cultured travelers, sailors, artists, and bohemians from all around the world.

Well known for its breathtaking sunsets, and charming windmills,Yalikavak offers a great local experience for travellers strolling around beautiful white-washed houses, small cafes and shops on the cascading bougainvillea lined, narrow streets. As a close venue, Sandima is a deserted, 600 year old village. It is situated in a bowl at the base of a ring of barren hills and is accessible by car but makes for a very pleasant walk. Considered as the most colourful of the area, the local market of Yalikavak brings farmers and artisans together every Thursday. It is a great local experience.

Yalikavak is a town near Bodrum in Mugla province, on the Aegean coast of Turkey. It is 18 kilometres (11 miles) from Bodrum and located at the north western tip of the Bodrum peninsula. It has been inhabited since near the end of the second millennium B.C. It is an important tourist resort.

Formerly the Bodrum area’s main fishing port, Yalikavak is considered the most elite village on the Bodrum Peninsula. It has a bustling centre, particularly on market day (Thursday), many beaches including two blue flag beaches one at the port and the other the public beach. It also has many high quality restaurants as well as several magnificent bays. Yalikavak is surrounded by hills offering tourists views of the town and nearby Mediterranean coastline.

In 2009 Yalikavak hosted the Palmalife RS:X Youth World Championshipsin which 109 competitors took part. The port Palmarina (formerly Port Bodrum Marina) is also in Yalikavak with 450 berths for yachts up to 100m which also has a 2,500 seat Amphitheatre.

Click things to do in Yalikavak-Bodrum to find out more about Yalikavak, Bodrum and beyond.