Gundogan, Bodrum Region, Turkey

Gundogan is a quiet and peaceful place which is relatively unspoilt despite the developments on the surrounding hills.


Gundogan is an unspoiled, laid back resort which sits in a curved bay, surrounded by fruit and olive groves with a backdrop of pine clad hills. Whilst the beach and restaurants can be busy, the resort retains a fishing harbour charm and traditional daily local life has not been edged out of the village.

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Gundogan Hotels (8)

A 5 star complex with ornate architecture and a whole host of amenities and facilities to suit guests of all ages. ...

4 / 5 from 1 reviews

This modern hotel is located on the hillside with good views across crystal clear waters. From the lovely lobby, to the nicely finished guest rooms and good range of facilities....

4.5 / 5 from 4 reviews

The Green Beach Resort awaits to fill its guests with excitement and to offer them a great holiday with water sports and a delicious cuisine. It has cheerful and polite staff that offers a unique qual...

2.8 / 5 from 4 reviews

This family run hotel provides a comfortable and relaxed setting which is just perfect for holidaying in Gundogan....

If it is a relaxing holiday in the sun that you are after, Costa Farilya Hotel is the perfect choice....

Peaceful and relaxing Spa hotel with an indoor swimming pool and a waterfront location on the edge of a bay near Gundogan...

The Liona Hotel offers a swimming pool on site and has access to a private section of the nearby beach....

Stylish boutique hotel, once an A class shipyard, is set in lovely gardens facing the beach with modern accommodation and family friendly atmosphere...

Gundogan Reviews

Mrs D Lightfoot, Crewe

Holiday Date:1st Sep 2017
Accommodation:Green Beach Resort Hotel
Room:Double Or Twin
Board:All Inclusive
(2 suns)

Do not cater for English.

Miss N Mccash , Dundee

Holiday Date:12th Jul 2017
Accommodation:Green Beach Resort Hotel
Room:Club Double Or Twin
Board:All Inclusive
(2 suns)

Nothing to do.

Mr D Goodyear, Abergavenny

Holiday Date:5th Aug 2016
Accommodation:Green Beach Resort Hotel
Room:Family 2 Bedroom
Board:All Inclusive
(4 suns)

Gundogan itself is a very small town, it was actually a fishing village. It's a great place for a base as there is a good local bus service which goes to Bodrum every twenty minutes for 5 lira.

Mr D Oakes, Gosport

Holiday Date:20th Oct 2015
Accommodation:Blue Bosphorus Hotel
Room:Deluxe Double Or Twin - Land View
Board:All Inclusive
(4 suns)

We didn't really leave the hotel, only to go into Bodrum so cannot comment on Gundogan. The hotel is not in the middle of the town so a dolmus would have to take you to the town.

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Please note: the comments above are the subjective opinions of customers and not of Ltd


A long sandy beach lines the back of the bay, divided by a sheltered harbour filled with fishing boats and wooden gulets. There is a cooling breeze in the bay making windsurfing and sailing possible and there are plenty more water based activities available such as paddle boarding, paragliding, jet skiing, fishing and snorkelling.

Things to Do

Go hiking in pine forests or take a guided trek across the hills above the bay, passing ancient ruins, Lelegian tombs and caverns, such as Peynir Cicegi cave.

Take one of the boat trips from the harbour, many of which include a stop off at Apostle Island to explore its ruined Monastery and Byzantine churches.

Out and About

Nightlife is low key and mainly centres around the waterfront bars and restaurants. At the end of the day, the sunloungers on the jetties are replaced with dining tables offering the perfect spot for a sundowner or a candle-lit evening meal.

There are supermarkets, banking facilities and beach shops in the resort but for modern retail therapy you might want to head into Bodrum. Gundogan holds a traditional Turkish street market on Wednesday and has stalls selling food and local produce, clothing and giftware.

Nearby Attractions

Located in the neighbouring large bay of Golturkbuku, is the chic resort of Turkbuku and it's more laidback neighbour of Gulkoy. Join the moneyed in-crowd at the beach clubs of Turkbuku, take a jet ski around the bay or enjoy an evening meal on one of Gulkoy's beach pontoons overlooking the water.

Bodrum is approx 25km away and easily accessible via the local dolmus with a journey time of around half an hour. In the summer season the service runs day and night so you can take advantage of all the Bodrum attractions; browse the shops and castle by day or party until dawn.

There is also a bus service into the nearby resort of Gumusluk where you can enjoy a fresh fish meal by the harbour or snorkelling in the bay over the ruins of the ancient city of Myndos.

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