Gümbet is a lively, modern beach resort with a cosmopolitan feel. It boasts sun-soaked beaches and picturesque countryside, as well as a vibrant nightlife scene; so you’ll find plenty to keep you busy on your holiday.
So, where is Gümbet?
Look at a Gümbet, Turkey on a map and you’ll see it’s located on the Aegean Coast, on the Bodrum Peninsula, in the south-west of the country. It’s less than 5km from the popular beach resort of Bodrum, which means there’s always the perfect excuse for a day trip or two.
Tour the city on a Segway
Make sightseeing in Gümbet even more fun with Aegean Gingers Segway Tours. They’ll show you the ropes before guiding you around the best the city has the offer. You won’t need to stress about snapping holiday shots along the way either; your guide will do for you that free of charge.
Party all night
When the sun goes down, the fun doesn’t stop in Gümbet; in fact, it’s just getting started. There’s a lively nightlife scene here. You’ll be able to soak up the atmosphere at a local restaurant and try out some tasty Turkish food. If you want to party until the early hours of the morning, you’ll also find a handful of clubs with a warm welcome and some pumping tunes right through until the small hours.
Explore historical Bodrum
If you want to sample a slice of Turkish culture and history, you’ll find plenty of it over in Bodrum, which is only 3km away. This stunning coastal city is home to an impressive castle dating back to the 15th century; you can’t miss it towering over the spectacular harbour. Throughout the year, the streets are alive with colourful, cultural celebrations and festivals, complete with traditional folk dancing and delicious local good.
Check out the Underwater Archaeology Museum
Also in Bodrum, you can discover the Underwater Archaeology Museum, which has a unique twist. You won’t find any boring exhibits here, just lots of intriguing wrecks and artefacts that have been found over the centuries. Make sure you check out the oldest wreck ever found, which dates from Ancient Egyptian times and has been painstakingly restored to its former glory.