Gumusluk is one of the most favorite places of the Bodrum peninsula. It is a 3rd degree natural protected area with its rich geography and historical texture.
The ancient city of Myndos, which dates back to 4000 years of history, was founded by the king of Caria, Mausolos. The word Myndos means “worshiping the mother goddess.” It has hosted many governments and cultures with the steps of leaders such as Alexander the Great, Aristocinos, Antonius, Brutus and Cassius. The region is surrounded by churches, cisterns, fountains, wells, tombs, fortifications, mills and many other historical monuments.
Gümüşlük, with its windmills at the entrance, is one of the attractions of the Bodrum peninsula. Sitting on the slopes of the mountain, the Rum houses in Eski Karakaya Village have a magnificent view. Rabbit Island and Yali, which are reached through the Historical King Road, have a unique nature. Fish restaurants reflect the colorful cultural structure.
Gumusluk hosts festivals, world famous concerts and exhibitions. Gumusluk is the indispensable address of boats and yachts with its natural harbor and magnificent sea.