Distance to Bodrum Town: 2 km
Distance to Bodrum Airport: 37 km
Gumbet is well known for its long sandy beach which is popular with sun-worshipers and water sports enthusiasts alike. Its crescent shaped, sheltered bay is lined with large hotels, and an abundance of bars, restaurants and night clubs. At the far end of the beach is the jetty where dozens of wooden gullets depart on their daily blue cruises. Above the jetty is the hill that separates Gumbet from Bodrum, decorated with old stone windmills. The views from here are amazing both during the day, and also at night.
Parallel to the bay is the main street. By day this is fairly quiet but at night it transforms into a hive of activity with its bright lights, bars, restaurants and disco bars. Gumbet, it has to be said, is one of the most vibrant resorts on the peninsula and is popular with tourists of many nationalities.