On the south-west coast of Turkey,
where the Aegean sea meets the Mediterranean, opposite the Greek island Simi, you will find Bozburun.
Bozburun is a quiet picturesque old fisherman's village in a landscape, which looks backward to a 4000 year old history and civilisation. Typical of Bozburun are the lovely hidden creeks, the wild thyme, sage, almond trees, honey and the sunny and dry climate. Bozburun is also famous for the construction of the traditional wooden sailing ships, the "Gulets."
Bozburun is a place to relax, to gather energy, to swim in the turquoise sea, to walk, to dream, to enjoy…



In Bozburun of course you will find also little shops, a post office, a petrol station, a chemist's shop, teahouses, restaurants, some souvenir-shops and on Tuesdays a weekly market. Five times a day there are bus communications to Marmaris.