Club Hotel Zemda

Address: Karakaya Mah. Cayiralti Mevki, Gumusluk, Bodrum Peninsula, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48970, Turkey | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Karakaya Mah. Cayiralti Mevki, Gumusluk, is near Bitez Beach, Windmills, and Bardakci Cove.
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      Travel Blogs from Gumusluk

      Anchoring off the small island of Orak

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Oct 16, 2014

      23 photos

      ... cream cones, boat-to-boat!

      The kids got their fill of the Ringo (tube) riding - with Adam pulling them around for about 2 hours. We fished (caught nothing), and got many pics of the kids, Ryan and Kristy jumping off the top deck of the boat. It was a peaceful, fun, beautiful cove, and a great relaxing way to spend the last full day.

      Caroline


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      Riding dune buggies in Kos

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Oct 14, 2014

      27 photos

      ... the feeling, and thankfully if anyone understands the frustration of not being able to exercise, it's them. So I felt better, even though I also felt like a whiner.

      We headed to the marina to dock for the next two nights. Kos is a lively island with lots of activity, and the adults decided to head to town after dinner on the boat. We found a cute bar, enjoyed some cocktails and great conversation. It was nice to have grown-up ...

      Across 2 continents

      A travel blog entry by lizmorbey on Oct 07, 2014

      3 comments, 45 photos

      ... Knights of the Order of the St John of Jerusalem, who captured the island in 1314 and held it until 1522 when it fell to the Turks. There was so much to see there, relics, including old cannons, many cannon balls and lots of metal helmets were also found.We also saw The Tree of Hippocrates called the plane tree, it's diameter is about12 metres, the current tree is only about 500 years old, but may possibly be a descendant of the original tree which allegedly ...

      Discovering the ruins of Knidos

      A travel blog entry by goodner on Sep 29, 2014

      14 photos

      ... and a well-preserved amphitheater from the 4th and 5th century BC. We were highly amused by the contrast between the outdoor ruins and the modern turnstile and ticketing system they have in place for the tourists who visit. Annie and I giggled like schoolgirls at the Turkish language that prompted a person through the turnstile when the ticket's barcode was read by the machine. It sounded like "Go ahead *****es."

      There ...

      WITH FRIENDS IN XEROCAMPUS AND GUMUSLUK

      A travel blog entry by walkabout-too on Jul 20, 2012

      4 comments, 6 photos

      ... cruising guide) which clearly states that unoccupied buoys are for general use we refused to leave. The captain became most aggravated and insulting and after having left and returned with reinforcements threatened, brandishing a knife, that we would not last the night on the buoy. Concerned, we suggested consulting the port police, which Vivienne and Bas did. As result the port police granted us the right to stay the night on the buoy. ...