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Bodrum Peninsula Highlights Tour

Bodrum Peninsula Highlights Tour

Bodrum

Excursions & day trips
Sightseeing & traditions
Countryside
Markets & crafts

The west coast of the Bodrum peninsula is packed with hidden gems, rustic villages and romantic seafront promenades. Discover the treasures of this varied coastal region on a full-day tour including a local market visit. Esra, one of our expect local guides, says, ‘This tour is a perfect way to see more of the local area, shining a spotlight on those places favoured by the peninsula's visitors and locals alike.' Your journey begins in Turgutreis, where the silver-domed mosque and spice-scented bazaar offer a sensory delight.Our next stop is Gümüşlük, a village so picturesque you won't be able to resist snapping plenty of photos. Take some time to meander through the narrow streets, with free time to explore and find somewhere to eat lunch. As Esra says, ‘Gümüşlük is such a pretty place with a laid back and lazy atmosphere. We'll head there just in time for you to find somewhere to grab a bite to eat – don't miss out on trying the fresh fish and meze the village is famous for.' In the afternoon, we venture to Derekoy, an artistic haven off the tourist radar. Learn about a local craft made by artisans who use dried gourds to create decorative ornaments, before heading to Yalikavak, a seaside town boasting an ultra-luxurious marina. This Bodrum peninsula tour offers an authentic glimpse into Turkish life, from bustling bazaars to tranquil seaside towns.

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Ephesus and House of Virgin Mary Tour with Lunch in Sirince

Ephesus and House of Virgin Mary Tour with Lunch in Sirince

Bodrum

Excursions & day trips
Culture & history
Monument visits
Museums & art galleries

Ephesus is one of the best-preserved archaeological sites from the classical era. Highlights include the Celsus Library and the Great Theatre. You'll also discover the House of the Virgin Mary and stop by Sirince for a spot of lunch. Gökhan, one of our local guides, says, ‘During the time of Emperor Tiberius, Ephesus was the most important city in Europe apart from Rome. It was wealthy due to its flourishing commercial activity, home to 250,000 people and culturally very advanced. The site is truly impressive – so much detail remains.'Let your expert your guide transport you back in time, learning about the living past of Ephesus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Admire the Celsus Library, built with double walls to protect its scrolls from the heat. Peek into houses still decorated with frescoes, and nose around the public baths, brothel and shops. Walk down Marble Street to see the Great Theatre, a spectacular 24,000-seater dug into the hillside, which once rang with the cries of gladiators and the sermons of St Paul.Next, we'll visit the House of the Virgin Mary, a Catholic and Muslim shrine. There's a wishing wall, where you can leave written prayers, and a fountain whose waters are believed by some to have miraculous powers. We'll round off the day in Sirince – a little less ancient but still with a sense of yesteryear. Here, you'll have lunch at a family-run restaurant before tasting the local fruit wine and enjoying free time to stroll along the town's cobbled streets.

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$141.00