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... can't put it down. Yesterday morning we didn't know where we were going on holiday. In the afternoon we booked a trip to Turgutreis....I feel as if I know my way around" Sarah King, BPTG website comment
"Downloaded it this morning and can't put it down". Dawn Morley, via Facebook comment
"Long awaited and kept me up to 3am". Turk0file via Tripadvisor forum
"Jay is my inspiration for the Bodrum area. She knows what she's talking about...". Nat comment on Jack Scott's Author website
File Size: 17996 KB
Print Length: 474 pages
Publisher: Birds of a Feather Press; 2 edition (May 31, 2013)
So many people visit the Bodrum Peninsula each year and see only the city and adjoining tourist resorts. As a regular visitor I have been saying for years that people should hop on a dolmuş and stray off the beaten track. This guide will really make you want to visit every part of the peninsula and take in the history , culture , hospitality and natural beauty of this area. I am going to Bodrum for 13 years and I learned loads so whether a first time visitor or a regular it will be useful. You can feel in the guide that Jay truly knows and loves the area and has taken care and time penning it. I am one of the contributors for the Gündoğan area to the original blog that formed the basis for the guide and know it has been put together over a few years . A great read to get you in the mood for holiday and really make the most of the Bodrum Peninsula.
Lots of interesting and useful information that you can not find through internet research or other generalized Turkish guide books. The most up to date book that has everything a visitor would want in a guide - history, culture, food, transport, coverage of sights and the best time to visit for the Bodrum Peninsula.
Difficult to find maps and Google coordinates are the sugared icing to this Turkish delight -this book helps pick where to go and what to see; easy to read and down to earth, it contains a wide range of venues and ideas which are sure to offer something of interest for everyone!
First of all I need to say that I'm leaving for Turgutreis tomorrow and I'm so happy to have the Guide with me, both on my Kindle and on my Android phone. Why did not I have similar guides when I've visited Datça Peninsula in 2011 and 2012 and Çeşme and Karaburun Peninsulae in 2008?
I believe the book will be very helpful for my family and me in everyday planning of our 2-week stay at Turgutreis in apartments, in organizing our catering and entertainment, our trips around the peninsula and to the Kos Island as well. Many thanks to the author who summarized his own experience and find time to share it with us.
This travel book is an excellent and comprehensive guide to a fantastic area of Turkey. The author has spent a lot of time in every nook of the area and gives the readers a real feel for the area and all the right hidden gems to check out. The Bodrum Peninsula does not have a lot of dedicated guides so this is the one to have to explore this beautiful section of Turkey.