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Yaliciftlik, Bodrum 's quietest but most promising town, is located in the east of Bodrum. Located at the mouth of the Gulf of Gokova, surrounded by pine forests and overlooking the deep blue crystal waters, the town of “Yali” is one of Bodrum's must-see spots.

Some luxury hotels and holiday resorts that wish to host their guests in a natural and serene environment choose Yaliciftlik, since it is relatively better preserved and has not yet been opened for development to a large extent.

There are a few restaurants on the long and not too crowded coastline. In addition, Bodrum Municipality provides affordable and high-quality service to Bodrum residents in this region, with cafes and public beaches opened both in Gerenkuyu and on the coast of Yaliciftlik.

Its forest-covered hills, winding village roads and Kızılagac village are worth seeing. Again, we recommend that you visit the barbecue restaurants and breakfast venues here.

Yaliciftlik is ideal for long walks in the shade of trees. You can take boat tours to more untouched places during the day, and you can easily join Bodrum's colorful nightlife at night via the highway.

You can explore the ancient Lelegian cities Syangela and Theangela in the region, or you can reach Turgutreis via the Leleg Road starting from Etrim Village, via Kale Mountain, Kaplan Mountain and Kocadag (Great Mountain). Etrim Village is also known as the place where village breakfasts and Milas carpets are offered to tourists. It attracts visitors with its authentic atmosphere.

While going from Bodrum to Izmir, as soon as you leave Bodrum, turn right on the Mumcular road, known as the Old Izmir Road, at the lights. At Kizilagac Junction, turn right again, 15 minutes later you will see the hotels.

Places to see
Syangela and Theangela ruins
Kargicik Bay
Pabuc Bay

Kizilagac Village

Bodrum Leleg Road

Things to do:
Taking a boat tour

Swimming in the clear waters of the bays frequented by the Blue Cruise boats

Spending time at the municipal facilities on the beach

Visiting the villages where traditional life is still practiced

Seeing the carpet looms in the villages and hand-woven carpets in place

Walking on the Leleg Road in Bodrum
Eating barbecued meat in Kizilagac

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