Turkbuku is a Turkish town on the Turkish Riviera in Mugla Province on the opposite side of the Bodrum peninsula from the town of Bodrum.
Turkbuku has a well protected harbor ringed with high hills containing a number of hotels and holiday villas.
Turkbuku is a fashionable destination for Turkish celebrities, and jet set society, attracted by crystal clear waters, excellent seafood restaurants and sophisticated hotels.
Hollywood stars have also been known to visit! In high summer the bays fill with smart yachts and the villages become very lively.
Bodrum, Bitez and Gokova are just few examples from the district.The life is lived around the seashore parts of the town where a great deal of bars, discotheques, shops and restaurants are available.
Turkbuku Climate and Weather
Turkbuku has a Mediterranean climate. Summers are extremely hot with temperatures well above 40°C in July and August, you should drink plenty of water to keep hydrated which is important in a very hot place such as Turkbuku. Winters are cool with temperatures around 14-20°C. Spring and Autumn are the wettest seasons, yet still very sunny, which is the best time to go for people who want a warm holiday that is not too hot like the summer, with temperatures around 20-28°C. Summers are hot and humid and winters are mild and mostly sunny.
What is the best time for travelling to Turkbuku?
Swimming: April to October
Touring : All year round, July-August is not recommended as it may be too hot.
Bodrum Airport is approximately 45 kilometers north-east of Turkbuku. There are also Adnan Menderes and Dalaman Airports which are 3 hours far away from Turkbuku. Turkbuku has dolmus and bus system. There are local taxis in Turkbuku. Bus service to Bodrum is available from Istanbul, Izmir, and the major cities of Turkey
Many hotels in Turkey are rated by the Ministry of Tourism according to a star system, from one to five, with five stars being the most luxurious. Luxury hotels typically have swimming pools, fitness and health facilities, hamams (Turkish baths), saunas and conference facilities.
Resort hotels and holiday villages, in particular, feature extensive nightly entertainment. Most hotels will gladly arrange city or boating tours, as well as day trips, to local attractions.