Gündoğan, Bodrum – Muğla – Turkey
GPS : 37°08’51.4″N 27°21’35.8″E / 37.147596, 27.359940
Küçük Bük is on the east of Gündoğan Limanı. Küçükbuk is a small blip of a village situated between Gündoğan and Hebil Koy, and is part of the Gündoğan municipality. Küçükbük cove which is well-known fort the cleanliness of its sea. Küçükbuk, which translates to “Small Bay”, lives up to it’s name.
Even though there aren’t a lot of amenities here besides a selection of small pensions, eateries and a few shops, Gündoğan is only about a couple of kilometres away, where there are more shops, restaurants and amenities within easy reach.
There’s a small beach, Düzgün beach, that’s a worthy place for chilling out, and there’s a decent selection of restaurants and cafe’s to eat at.
Affords adequate shelter from breeze. Southwest part is convenient for anchoring. There are shallow patches infront of the hotel. Anchorages are limited because of the buoys of the boats of local people.
There is a pier on the western part of the beach with limited berthing capacity (3 boats). You can go and berth there if you are lucky. Call attendant before you go. Water, electricty and wireless connections are provided. There is a restaurant and market within pier zone.
All sort of provision are available from Gündoğan.