Bozburun Peninsula, Marmaris

The Bozburun Peninsula, also called the Hisarönü Peninsula, juts into the Mediterranean Sea southwest of Marmaris (map).

Hisarönü

The village of Hisarönü, at the northern end of the Hisarönü Bay (Hisarönü Körfezi), is where you turn off the Datça road to head for the Bozburun Peninsula. A few restaurants and simple lodgings are on the beach, along with a number of boats.

Orhaniye

South of Hisarönü village, Orhaniye has a larger marina, afew restaurants, the large Martı Marina & Yacht Cluband, in the same gated complex, the Martı Hemithea Hotel.

Turgut & Waterfall

The small village of Turgut is famous for its little waterfall, the Turgut Şelalesi, a cool, verdant spot for a rest on a hot summer day. More…

Selimiye

The little town of Selimiye is Bozburun’s gem, the sort of easy-going, unhurried, laid-back place travelers are always looking for, but rarely find. It’s like Marmaris was 40 years ago. More…

Bozburun Köyü

The village of Bozburun, which gives its name to the peninsula, is mostly a yachting port, with all the services boat owners need, but only a few services for travelers. It’s good for a getaway day-trip, or a few days in simple accommodations. More…

—by Tom Brosnahan


Orhaniye

Turgut

Selimiye

Bozburun Village

Reşadiye Peninsula

İçmeler

Marmaris

Marmaris Transport

Mediterranean Coast

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