Gundogan, has always been an important town for fishing, sponge diving, olive and tangerine growing. The main body of the town is situated inland on the major highway running between Yalikavak and Golturkbuku. Caves, windmills, cisterns and rock cut monasteries bear witness to the great past of Gundogan.

Gundogan Beach, which is one of the longest on Bodrum Peninsula, is beautifully situated among the tangerine, olive and pine trees. Since the North of the Bodrum Peninsula often has a fresh breeze, many surfers prefer Gundogan.

Like the other towns on the Bodrum Peninsula, it has a wide selection of bars, cafes and restaurants on the seafront. This is one of the best spots to enjoy both the sunrise and the sunset.

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