Located just 5 kms in each direction along the coast from the popular Bodrum resorts of Yalikavak and Gümüşlük. Yalikavak Holiday Gardens is the ideal base from where you can explore all the delightful villages, bustling resorts, ancient cities, restaurants and beaches of the Bodrum Peninsula. A car is not essential either as it is just as simple to get around with the ''Dolmuş'' the Turkish public transport mini-buses leaving regularly from the entrance gate of Yalikavak Holiday Gardens for Yalikavak, Gümüşlük, Bodrum and Turgutreis.
These bright and practical homes are fully-equipped for self-catering and relaxation. All consist of an open plan kitchen/dining area and comfortable lounge especially designed to create the ideal holiday home for couples, groups of friends and families alike.
At Yalikavak Holiday Gardens there is a choice of 2 bedroom apartments and villas with private swimming pools with 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms, all benefiting from full access to the extensive facilities of the complex.
In addition to an on-site cafe, Yalikavak Holiday Gardens is home for a host activities including: 9 outdoor communal swimming pools (2 are children’s pools) water slides, gym, sauna (small charge), indoor swimming pool, Free Wi-Fi to the main pool, tennis court, table tennis, ground chess and 24 hour gate security.
Nestled amidst this inspirational landscape, Yalikavak Holiday Gardens occupies a unique location that offers spectacular sunset viewing and panoramic coastal vistas over the rolling hills that surround and make up this dramatic valley. In the countryside around Yalikavak Holiday Gardens the remains and ancient tombs of former civilizations can be glimpsed from hillside pathways, and for keen walkers, the long deserted Greek village of Sandima will charm you with its haunting serenity. A wealth of popular local historical sites are within easy reach, such as Myndos at Gümüşlük, Bodrum Castle and, a little further afield, the imposing ruins at Ephesus, indisputably one the Mediterranean’s most important archaeological remains.