Yalikavak is positioned on the North of the Peninsula and is host to one of the three marinas in Bodrum. In 2012, the marina capacity was enlarged, and it is now surrounded by high quality boutiques and restaurants.

Yalikavak has a small, but busy centre and a harbour where fishing boats moor, and is one of the best known around the Peninsula and could be thought of as the most upmarket resort along the Bodrum Peninsula.

The wide selection of bars, cafes and restaurants in the town centre and on the seafront attract many locals and tourists alike.

Yalikavak’s history goes parallel with that of Bodrum. The ancient city of Yalikavak was located inland on one of the hills which is called Sandima and today the remains and the restorations can still be seen.

In today’s Yalikavak, few tombstones and city walls still bear witness to the history of the town. Several old buildings such as old water cisterns and olive oil presses have been restored and are now used as art galleries or showrooms for handwoven kilim/carpet.

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