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     As being one of the oldest settlements in the peninsula, this peaceful village once hosted the ancient city of Myndos. It is declared as an archaeological site so that no landscaping or groundbreaking can be done. The originalLelegian city of Myndos stood a few kilometres southeast of the village. In 4th century BC, King Mausolus decided to build new Myndos and moved the entire population.

     A hundred years ago there were ruins including a theatre and a stadium, but these have disappeared, being gradually dismantled for the foundations and walls of new buildings. Due to its archaeological status, scuba diving is not permitted in the area, however it is a heaven for snorkelling.

     Gumusluk is famous for its fish restaurants. People from all over Bodrum peninsula visit the place for having a great fish lunch or dinner. You choose it from the display do the bargaining and they bring it to you the way you love it, broiled, grilled or fried. Gumusluk has a small authentic place where art workshops are organized.

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