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GUMBET HOLIDAYS

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Colourful Bazaars, Excellent Cuisine And A Hectic Nightlife...

A Modern Resort With A Traditional Twist..

Gumbet holidays will find you relaxing on the beach, soaking up the sun and enjoying the bustling nightlife on the south west coast of Turkey and the Bodrum peninsular.

The original village lies nearly buried inside a vibrant modern resort, yet the white washed buildings set amongst the lush green hills rolling down to the horse shoe shaped bay help keep the beautiful village scene alive. Gumbet holidays offer a definite party atmosphere with bars and cafes lining the beach and waiters scuttling backwards and forwards with much needed refreshments.

Banana boats and doughnut rings provide spills and thrills for the energetic and there's always wind surfing, water skiing and parascending if you feel particularly brave. Families will enjoy the soft sands, warm waters and camel rides available on the beach. Nearby Aquapark Dedeman provides a fun day out for all the family with rides and slides for all ages. Take a leisurely boat trip over to the Greek island of Kos, or drive to the ancient city of Ephesus, although a two hour journey, it is home to the world's largest collection of classical architecture and definitely worth the trip. Nearby Bodrum is a little closer and houses the Castle of St Paul and Museum of Underwater Archaeology, with a fascinating shipwreck dating back to the 14th century BC.

Quick Gumbet Tips

The transfer time from Bodrum airport is approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour 30 minutes

The currency used in Turkey is the Turkish Lira, although the Euro is accepted at the market stalls

Noah’s Ark landed on Mount Ararat (Agri Dagi) in Eastern Turkey

Fun in the sun and fun under the stars

Shopping is plentiful but mainly tourist orientated with souvenirs galore; fake watches and belly dancing costumes are most popular, but for the serious shopper, just take a quick trip into nearby Bodrum with its colourful bazaars or watch carpet making at Milas. Restaurants cater for all tastes with Indian and Chinese restaurants, fast food outlets and English pub grub all readily available, but "Restaurant Alley" must be tried with authentic Turkish cuisine, lanterns strung from the vines and Turkish musicians serenading you. Nightlife in holidays in Gumbet is hectic with the town coming to life as the sun goes down; neon lights create a mini Vegas strip of bars and clubs with music pulsating through the night air with clubs and shops staying open all night long.

Accommodation is excellent value for money with something for every budget. Hotels offer all board options many with excellent facilities and kids clubs, while self catering apartments are ideal for those wanting the freedom to sample the many restaurants and bars of Gumbet. Holidays in Gumbet will appeal to families and young people with fantastic beaches and superb entertainment available. So if you like to soak up the sun by day and enjoy a lively atmosphere at night, then book your holidays to Gumbet online at Latedeals.co.uk now.

Top Places to Visit

Gumbet Beach
This curved beached is a real hit with holiday makers and is ideal for watersports and sailing. The area is considered one of the best in Turkey for sail based water sports due to the constant winds coming in from the Aegean

Windmills of Bodrum Peninsula
Dating back to the 18th century, seven of the windmills are set on a hilltop overlooking Gumbet Bay and Bodrum, the location is really mesmerizing

Myndos Gate
Myndos Gate originally the entrance gate to this ancient city of Halicarnassus was constructed in 360 BC. When Alexander the Great came to invade the city, he was unable to pass the deep, broad trench in front of the gate. The gate has been recently restored, also next to the gate is a Turkish cemetery and some vaulted tombs from Hellenistic and Roman periods next to the gate

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