ditto what has been said so far re gundogan. I too ahve a small pad there and love it.... Email me if you want any pictures of Gundogan etc as I have loads....
Very interested by your replies and your company. Have you a contact number as you might just be the person to help. Many thanksHi Arty & welcome.I live and work in Gundogan and its a lovely place to be,
Its not commercialised and about 80 % Turkish property owners. Some Dutch some Norwegians some British.
It takes 20 minutes by dolmus (bus) from Gundoan bus station to Bodrum centre and buses run in summer from 6.30 am every half hour right round to 5am.There is also a bus that starts at Golturkbuku to Gundogan then Yalikavak, Gumusluk Turgutreis.
Lovely safe walkway around the u shaped bay. Lots of restaurants, bars both st the beach and in the village.
Bank machines, supermarket,jandarme polis.bakeries, small 'corner'shops. Market every Wednesday for fruit veg & other goods.
Rich Turkish buy here as it has a wonderful sea breeze in summer rather than the heat of the south of the resorts on Bodrum peninsula. Lots of Turkish retired diplomats and government & military have homes here.
Small harbour with freshly caught fish for sale every morning.
I love it here !
PM me anytime if you want more info on life here