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What started off as the small fishing village of Gumbet, has now grown into a modern resort, complete with nightclubs, bars, restaurants, fast food outlets, shops and cafes. The day time is generally spent lazing on the beach, recovering from the night before and preparing yourself to party the night away again.
The temperature in Bodrum can range between 14°-18° in winter and 25°-35° during the summer months, meaning that the curving long sand beach backed by a row of many bars and restaurants is ideal for relaxing on and ordering drinks from the waiters who serve you on the beach.
The restaurants here in Gumbet can cater for all kinds of tastes, from local, exquisite, delightful, Turkish dishes to international cuisine from Mexico, India, Thai, Italian and of course good old British food. Many of the hotels can offer outstanding facilities as well as book you up for any number of watersports, day trips and excursions
Gumbet is approximately 40 minutes from Bodrum Airport - 37km (23 miles).
Young & Lively
Gumbet is the perfect resort for anyone looking to party all night long and sleep the day off on the beach, before preparing to start again the next evening.
With many of the resorts in Turkey a distance from the airport, a holiday in Gumbet means you are only 40 minutes away from your destination when your plane touches down.
There are so many bars and clubs in Gumbet that you are spoilt for choice whilst partying into the early hours. A must for any clubber in Gumbet is a trip to nearby Bodrum where you will find the open air Halikarnas nightclub, with laser shows and spectacular views of the lit-up castle.
The sandy beach in Gumbet is 1 kilometre in length, curving around the bay, lined with bars and restaurants.
Great Water Sports
Windsurfing is popular in Gumbet, as well as paragliding, banana boat rides, jet skiing and pedal boating.
Great Day Trips
A great way to spend a day in Gumbet is to take a Blue Cruise day trip on a gulet, meandering around the local islands, swimming and snorkelling in deserted coves, and visiting little-known archaeological sites. The shops, markets and medieval castle in nearby Bodrum are also well worth a visit.