Akyarlar is an unusual destination to describe as it has a very lively part with a stretched out, sandy and crowded beach, but also a more laid-back part near the old village where you’ll find a secluded bay, a small beach, and some cafés and restaurants.
The Bodrum weather doesn’t ruin your holiday, this does!
What is most people’s worst nightmare before they leave on holiday for Bodrum? What do they worry about the most, apart from the price of beer or wine? The Bodrum weather. Little do they know there is something far more likely to ruin their holiday than the Bodrum weather. Statistically, even in wintertime, Bodrum enjoys on average more than 5h of sunshine per day in December and January. And from April to September, average sunshine hours per day are no less than 11h. Still, just to keep you informed, we’ve got you covered with a current Bodrum weather forecast at the bottom of this post.
So, if not the Bodrum weather, what might ruin your stay on the Bodrum peninsula? Isn’t it all sunshine, sea, and magic? Well yes, and no. The problem is travelers and travel brochures alike, mention the Bodrum peninsula as if it were one place; which it isn’t. The peninsula may be called the Bodrum peninsula, but there are many different resorts, and they all have their character, style, and a specific crowd. There is no such thing as bad resorts on the peninsula, but there is a chance that you’ve picked the wrong one for you. Get ready for a tour around the peninsula and find your perfect Bodrum peninsula resort.
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