Corinthia Gulluk Hotel

Güllük, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48670, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Güllük

Bodrum, Turkey

A travel blog entry by simplifie1


... castle sits on a tiny piece of land, once surrounded by water, jutting out to sea in the bay of Bodrum, but is now surrounded by yachts, fishing markets and lots of stores and restaurants. The castle's main purpose is now the underwater archaeology museum of mined ship wrecks in the Medierranean, with arguably the best collection of ancient underwater finds in the world. Items dating back to the 14th century BC (that's over 3,400 years ...

No Boredom in Bodrum

A travel blog entry by paulej4


... is the default at It takes more than one to tango.

Cruise ships are no different. There are couples and there are couples. Sometimes the couple is two gay men and sometimes the couple is a mother and daughter but the idea of a real “solo” is cause for gawking, speculation, even gossip.

On this sailing, however, yours truly has been adopted.

It seems that there exists a travel agency by ...

Scuba Diving, Bodrum.

A travel blog entry by izitunnicliffe


... than I remembered but eventually I was back in the water! The marine life wasn't exactly comparable to the dives I'd made in Thailand, the colour theme was more of a drab grey than the vibrant reds and yellows I recalled from my other dives and the first ten minutes were spent adjusting my buoyancy and trying to remember what to do! But after that everything I love about diving came flooding back ...

Another Wonder of the Ancient World

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick


... once again.

Mausoleum of Halicarnassus (Good 2-minute YouTube story)

When Persian governor Mausolus died in 353 BCE, his wife (and sister) Artemisia planned and built a grand burial chamber for him. It became so famous that Mausolus' tomb gave us the word "mausoleum." Later, it became one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, mostly because of its beauty, decorated with many special sculptures and ...


A travel blog entry by vivicarroll


Bodrum is one of the Aegean's most charming towns. It is famous for wooden boats built in the days of Cleopatra. It is the site of another of the Ancient Wonders - the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus. Built in 353 BC it was destroyed by an earthquake in the 15th century. I bought a painting of the Bodrum harbor from a Turkish watercolor ...


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