Gumusluk, Ancient city of Myndos is one of best places to experience in Bodrum peninsula!
Offers you quiet and healthy days by the water
It is a desired coastal village, sited on the west part of the Bodrum peninsula, takes 20 minutes vehicle drive from Bodrum.
The tranquil village of Gumusluk is one of the most primitive habitations on the Bodrum peninsula. It was a Clarian city. During one the early earthquakes, the water front sections of the city sink into the sea.
Myndos is pointed out in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar. The tale sets out that Brutus and Cassius reserved their navy at the bay of Myndos in the civil war that went after.
Gumus is a Turkish word for Silver. As the reflection of the moon on the sea observed in color of silver the Ancient city of Myndos is named Gumusluk in Turkish.
Gumusluk get up late in the day and the nights are long.
In Gumusluk whether your happiness is swimming or snorkeling in quiet waters or lying under the sun, tasting your snacks or discovering the neighboring mandarin gardens and pine forest, your fulfillment is assured.
The magnificent asylum of the bay itself offers a natural marina for small cruisers and fishing boats, the sea front restaurants get pleasure from excellent fresh fish.
When the day approaches to the sunset, the restaurants next to the waters of the historic bay are well-known for their high quality of mezeler (The starters) and fish dishes
Gumusluk puts forward an ideal equilibrium between simple untouched seashores, clean nature and a chance to explore Turkish hospitality.
A little Byzantine house of worship next to sea is at the present an educational and artistic centre with normal programs of performances and exhibitions.
There are several art workplaces in Gumusluk dedicated themselves with ceramics, sculpture, beadwork, patchwork and leather crafts. These workplaces also offer their guests to explore their ability on artistic activities. All through the year a broad variety of instructive courses are offered. These courses are held on request.
There is also a thin pathway, created from rocks of the drawn Ancient city of Myndos, to the Rabbit Island. The Island serves up a wonderful view of the Gumusluk bay and a foretaste of the famed rabbits.