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Resort Escape in Bodrum, Turkey

A view of Bodrum town; Maçakiz.

Photo: Cedric Angeles

T+L enounters an abundance of Turkish delights: crumbling castles, rugged beaches, sublime meze, and a seaside highway where the living is easy.

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Destinations: Bodrum

Inspired by: Touring Turkey's Bodrum Peninsula — by Peter Jon Lindberg, Published Mar. 2010

Hotels (2)

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    Maçakizi

    On a peninsula with its share of opulent villas and over-the-top resorts, Maçakizi (pronounced mahcha-kiz-uh) is a standout, the sexiest hotel in a

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    4 Reasons Hotel & Bistro

    Simple but chic 20-room hotel set amid olive groves outside the charming village of Yalikavak.

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Restaurants (4)

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    Mimoza

    Booked up nightly by a sophisticated crowd. The fish is generally fantastic, and priced accordingly.

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    Dogal Dondurma

    Pick up an exotic-flavored ice cream to eat on the pier.

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    Denizhan

    Unassuming highway-side kebapci with a delightful terrace out back. The kebabs and lahmajun pide are both stellar.

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    Çimentepe

    Boisterous seafood palace that comes alive after dark. Order the grilled octopus (izgara ahtapot) and excellent zucchini-flower dolma (kabak cicegi

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Activities (3)

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    Eski Sandik

    Boutique specializing in vintage hand-embroidered scarves and shawls, many from Iran.

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    Ali Güven Sandalet

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    Limon Café

    Convivial, boho bar/café beloved for its sunset views and cocktails.

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