Gumbet is a lively holiday resort situated on the southern Bodrum Peninsula. The Bodrum Peninsula is known as a popular tourist destination due to the range of resorts and holiday types it offers. A holiday to Gumbet takes you to a busy place, perfect for those wanting an exciting holiday in the sun.
Who is Gumbet suitable for?
Due to its lively nature and hectic nightlife, a holiday to Gumbet is also a popular choice for young singles and couples looking for a beach-based holiday with exciting activities on offer.
With its clear, warm waters and sand and shingle beaches, Gumbet holidays are also an option for families.
The area's bay has a coastal breeze, making it particularly popular with windsurfers and sailors. A variety of other water sports are also available including parasailing and water-skiing and the local windsurfing school is a busy spot for water sport enthusiasts.
Sightseeing in Gumbet
Gumbet is located just 3km away from the bustling town of Bodrum. Here you'll find a wealth of cultural sights including the medieval Caste of Saint Peter and the Museum of Underwater Archaeology.
Bodrum's marina is packed full of yachts and boutiques for you to spend day looking round, then relax at one of the waterfront eateries and enjoy some of the freshest seafood available.
If you feel like exploring, why not catch a boat over to the island of Kos where you can soak up some Greek culture and sample some local cuisine.
Eating out in Gumbet
Gumbet is home to a variety of bars and restaurants, many located along the sea front.
All tastes are catered for in the resort's many dining options including Chinese, Italian and Mexican. If you're looking for traditional Turkish choices then you won't be disappointed: local kebabs, stuffed peppers and vine leaves are available in numerous Turkish restaurants and be sure to try some fresh local seafood, including the much loved salt-baked sea bass.
- Nearest Airport
- Turkish Lira