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     Just a few kilometres east of Yalikavak and 18 kilometres from Bodrum, Gündogan is located on a hill with fine view of the sea which is exceptionally good for swimming and watersports.The road goes through roadside rock formations and pine covered mountain peaks.

'Farilya' meaning 'sunset' in Greek is the ancient name of this village and it is still possible to see this name on some of signposts. Many years ago, the inhabitants of this village used to live on the shore supporting the village with fishing and sponge diving. However the fear of British warships resulted with an exodus, that is; villagers moved inland, left waterfront deserted.

Today, a seaside road occupies most of the beachfront and numerous jetties jutting from the shore provide plenty of comfortable and private spots for sun-tanning and swimming.Some interesting historical sites are also on offer in Gündogan. A small Greek chapel on Rabbit Island and an Ottoman tower poking its head from the lush pine forest across from the upper village on the far side of the main Yalıkavak-Torba road can be seen.

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