GÜLLÜK MARINA

Güllük, Milas – Muğla – Turkey

GPS : 37°14’23.8″N 27°35’38.5″E / 37.239943, 27.594036

Karaburun Lighthouse
GPS : Latitude 37° 13′ 50” N – Longitude 27° 31′ 39” E
Focal Plane : 18 m, Tower Height : 6 m
Character : R. FI. 5.0 Second, Flashing Character : 1.0 + 4.0
Visibility Range : 5 nautical miles

Yılanadası Lighthouse
GPS : Latitude 37° 12′ 11” N – Longitude 27° 33′ 03” E
Focal Plane : 14 m, Tower Height : 8 m
Character : G. Fl. 5.0 Second, Flashing Character : 1.0 + 4.0
Visibility Range : 7 nautical miles

Çamlık Point
Fl (2) 5s 11m 7M

VHF Channels : 16
Call Sign : ” gulluk marina ”

Check-in facilities (for Customs and Immigration)
Datça is a port of entry/exit to Turkey. Unlike many other harbors the authorities are all in one building overlooking the harbor. So, you may, if your are cost conscious, dispense with the marina agents and do the clearance by yourself.

Güllük, is a small harbor town with own municipality within the district of Milas, situated north of Bodrum in Muğla Province of Turkey. The Town centre is typically Turkish, with a wide range of restaurants being dotted along the waterfront. A yachting marina is being developed, as are a number of beaches. Güllük is foremost an unspoiled fishing port north of the Bodrum Peninsular.

Milas-Bodrum International Airport 8 km, Bodrum 35 km, Milas 24 km, İzmir 224 km.

This port extends to the south on the east of Mandalya Bay. Care is needed while approaching from the west. Reefs and shoal water running out from the western tip of the bay. Keep clear away. Güllük Marina lies about half way along the eastern side of the gulf. Güllük is a well-protected natural harbour, not affected by winds from any direction. Deep water approaches to pier. All the Authorities, including the Harbour Master are based on the waterfront.

This harbour has space for visiting yachts. Arriving to clear in the morning calm will allow you to temporarily berth at the shore end of the cargo pier. Later in the day, with the meltemi blowing, this berth becomes untenable. Shelter can then only be found tucked behind the breakwater of the inner harbour.

The port is open to westerlies, short term anchorage on the eastern part of the quay is advised. Drop your anchor in the depths of 7 – 8 meters and swing. The bottom is good for holding.

MARINA

Capacity : 400 boats

Anchorages
Vessels can drop anchor at least one mile distance and NW from the pier. Depth is approximately 20 m, bottom sand and mud.

Mooring
Mooring boat is usually hired from local fishermen.
Maximum Draught : 4 – 15 m.
Maximum Boat Length : 15 – 75 m

Berthing
One pier 170 m long. Depths alongside 39 ft shelving to 20 ft at 90 m from seaward end.

Marina Services
Drinking Water
Fuel can be obtained from truck-tanker.
Electricity
Waste : Bilge collection

Administration : Güllük Municipality and Güllük Fishery Products Cooperative

CITY FACILITIES
Shopping : Supermarkets, Shops, Stores, Markets
Repairing & Maintenance Workshops
Technical Equipment Shops
Accommodation : Pensions, Hotels, Motels, Rental Houses, Apart Hotels
Dining : Restaurants, Cafes, Bakeries, Buffets
Communication : Post Office, Phone, Wi-Fi, Internet Cafe
Health : Hospital, Health Center, Pharmacies, Doctors, Nurses, Dentists
Bank and ATM
Hair dresser
Laundry
Bank
Entertainment : Discotheques, Bars, Night Club
Beaches: Natural sandy beaches. There are numerous beaches close by to choose from with the nearest being just a ten minute walk away. Bardakcı, Bitez, Gümbet, Güvercinlik, Torba Beach
Public Market : Güllük has a market day and this is held on a Thursday. Fresh fruit, vegetables, dried fruit, fishes, nuts, spices, clothes, hardware can be found in abundance.
Special Shopping : Olive, Fig, Citrus

RESTAURANTS & CAFES
Güllük is located between the Gulf of Mandalya and Asin Cove and its fishermen and waterfront coffee-houses and restaurants still retain the character of fishing village. Houses on the rising landscape from the seaside all have a view due to the topography of the area.

There are a number of restaurants where you can sample a traditional Turkish dish, whether it is locally caught fish or traditional meat dishes. These can be eaten either in the cafe or take it away. You can see the local fishermen bring in their catch and if you like fish there is no better place to experience the taste of fresh fish dishes than Güllük’s harbour-front restaurants. There is a fish market in Güllük so you can buy your own and cook it back in the apartment.

FISH RESTAURANTS
The Town centre is typically Turkish, with a wide range of restaurants being dotted along the waterfront. There is an abundance of fish restaurants serving locally caught fishes. You can feast on eel dishes in one of the restaurants here. It is very delicious. There is an abundance of fish restaurants serving locally caught sea bass and bream.

FISH AND SEA PRODUCT SPECIES LIST OF THE AEGEAN SEA

SHOPPING
There are several supermarkets, hotels, and banks plus a multitude of local shops and businesses. Like other villages and towns, Güllük has a market day and this is held on a Thursday in the village square. Fresh fruit, vegetables, dried fruit, nuts, spices, clothes, hardware can be found in abundance. Well worth a visit. Try the apple tea.

GOLF
An 18-hole golf course is just 10 minutes drive from the village. Vita Park Golf Resort

WOODEN BOAT SHIPYARDS
In Güllük, just like its neighbor Bodrum, there are shipyards that build the unique boats to the region, gulets. Güllük is an important center of construction for gulet boats.

LOCAL AREA
Güllük is foremost an unspoiled fishing port north of the Bodrum Peninsular. Güllük, is a small harbor town with own municipality within the district of Milas, situated north of Bodrum in Muğla Province of Turkey. It is a small Turkish town and growing holiday destination, with the town being pleasantly developed with a range of tourist amenities. A yachting marina is being developed, as are a number of beaches.

Güllük is an authentic fishing town located at the north end of the Bodrum Peninsula. The town of Güllük is surrounded by hills covered with olive, fig and citrus trees overlooking the Güllük bay known as being a “fishing paradise” in Turkey.

Güllük Bay, called Mandalya once, takes its new Güllük. You can be attracted by the white Mediterranean houses, cobblestone streets, friendly people, fish restaurants, and cafes as soon as you enter the town. Here a lovely acropolis, houses a theatre an agora a harbour temples a mausoleum and a necropolis. The famous Dolphin Boy of lassos was born here.

TRANSPORT
Ferryboat : Güllük – Bodrum
Minibus : Güllük – Milas, Güllük – Bodrum
Bus : Güllük – Milas, Muğla, Bodrum
Airport : Milas-Bodrum International Airport

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Coordinates

37°14'23.8"N
27°35'38.5"E

Address

Güllük, Güllük Mahallesi, 48670 Milas/Muğla Province, Turkey

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