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Güllük

Güllük
Quarter (=Neighborhood)
View from NorthEast
View from NorthEast
Güllük is located in Turkey
Güllük
Güllük
Güllük (Turkey)
Country  Turkey
Region Aegean Region
Province Muğla
District Milas
Muhtar Celal Akyol[1]
Time zone Eastern European Time UTC+02:00
Postal Code 48670
Area code(s) 252
Website http://www.milas.bel.tr
Muhammet Tokat (Mayor)

Güllük, is a small harbor quarter (=neighborhood) within the district of Milas, situated north of Bodrum in the Muğla Province of Turkey. It is a small Turkish town and a growing holiday destination, with the town being pleasantly developed with a range of tourist amenities. The town centre is typically Turkish Aegean/Mediterranean style, with a wide range of restaurants dotted along the waterfront. A yachting marina is being developed, as are a number of beaches. For some time Güllük has been a popular stopover for tourists sailing the Blue Cruise tour [1] and also has an important port for lighter freight ships. Güllük is also an important center of construction for gulet boats, coming second only to Bodrum.

Transport

Güllük is only 9 km. away from Milas-Bodrum Airport, which makes the town easily accessible. Bodrum is approximately 42 km. from Güllük. There are shuttle minivans connecting Güllük to Milas and Bodrum.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.milas.bel.tr/belediye/muhtarlar/



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