Gundogan is a peaceful location with natural surroundings. The village has traditionally relied on fishing, diving, olive and tangerine growing. A variety of caves, wind mills, ancient cisterns and rock-cut monasteries in the area bear witness to its historical past.
Gundogan Beach is one of the longest in the Bodrum peninsula and the coast features a number of tangerine, olive and pine trees. Gundogan Bay is also popular for sailing and surfing. The nearby Rabbit and Apostol islands attract many visitors. You should also take the opportunity to visit Yali Mosque, which has attractive minarets and nearby windmills.
Gundogan is about 20 km from the Bodrum city centre and 40 km from Milas Airport.
Gundoğan (or Farilya) is in the north of the Bodrum peninsula.
- The main body of the town is situated inland on the major highway running between Yalikavak and Golturkbuku.
- The hotel is on top of the hill near to the large mosque in middle of town.