Sunflower Books Turkish Coast: Bodrum to Marmaris: Sunflower Complete Guide

Car tours walks picnics; Authors: Michael Bussmann; Gabriele Tryger; Brian and Eileen Anderson; Dean Livesley
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All the authors have been visiting Turkey for many years, writing general and walking guides. Dean Livesley was one of the original developers of the famous Lycian Way, Turkey''s first long-distance footpath. Besides being intrepid explorers, Brian and Eileen Anderson are botanists and keen cooks! They guide you through the most beautiful landscapes of the region. A Turkish poet once described the area between Bodrum and Marmaris as -terrifyingly- beautiful. Silver-leaved olive groves and wild inland mountains yield up the stone remains of ancient civilisations. The dazzling multi-coloured bays, framed by fissured cliffs and collared with golden sand, are the stuff of dreams. Snuggled into the coves are romantic fishing villages, where you will be greeted with genuine Turkish hospitality. And in Bodrum and Marmaris you can mix with the Turkish jet set. In some old mountain villages and along isolated sections of the coast there are more and more small quiet places to stay. This new series combines the best features of'Landscapes'' with all the detail you would expect in a hefty general guide, but they are all pocket size (the page size is just 15mm wider than'Landscapes'' books) and in full colour.

Coverage: Getting there and getting about; Recommended accommodation, campsites and restaurants (all with prices); Practicalities A-Z ; History; 15-20 main walks with many variations, all with large-scale topo maps; Fold-out area maps; Detailed town plans showing locations of all sights, hotels and restaurants; Many'feature'' panels
Best months for walking: April, May, September or October. Where to Stay: For ease of access to bus services, stay in or near one of the towns shown on the map below. If you are hiring a car, choose any resort near the main coastal road.
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PublisherSunflower Books
SeriesSunflower Plus
Product TypePaperback


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