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Located on Turkey’s south-east coast, holidays to Bitez are ideal for those wanting to enjoy a luxury, relaxing break in the sun. This area of Turkey is well known for its stunning beaches, and the town of Bitez is no different. Nestled in a beautiful cove, both families and couples will love the idyllic feel of the coastline, with so much to be discovered in the rich culture and stunning natural surroundings.
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Bitez is a small resort on the Bodrum Peninsula and is popular with both locals and holidaymakers alike. Here you’ll find luxury hotels and restaurants, as well as budget-friendly options, breathtaking views over the landscape and crystal clear waters of the sea, and lots of family-friendly options. The town is full of pretty streets which are lined with restaurants, bars and cafés, as well as little shops selling gifts and souvenirs for loved ones back home. If you prefer to spend your nights partying head to the lively nearby town of Bodrum, which is full of sights and attractions, as well as clubs and bars.
Bitez is home to a wide range of restaurants, whether you’re looking for luxury fine dining or prefer to stick to a budget with cheap eats. Local Turkish favourites include fresh seafood caught by local fishermen, as well as succulent meats from the local farms all served up with crisp produce and salads and washed down with wine and beers. If you’re travelling with fussy children or prefer to enjoy some international favourites there’s plenty for you to try here as well. Pick from pizza and pasta to Chinese and Indian and everything in between. And for an even further range of restaurants nearby Gumbet has a wide selection, or you could head to the bustling city of Bodrum.
Family holidays to Bitez are full of lively games and activities as well as opportunities to relax on the beach. This little town has plenty of family-friendly options, with most of the restaurants serving up kids’ portions and early dinners for those who prefer it. The sea is warm and calm, ideal for those who can’t yet swim, while there is a huge range of water sports for those who like to keep their holidays energetic. From Bitez, you can try water skiing, sailing, windsurfing and kayaking, or you could book a boat trip and explore some of the other towns along the coastline. If you’re looking for a livelier vibe and more activities day trips to nearby Gumbet or Bodrum are a must.
The countryside surrounding Bitez is perfect for those who like to keep active during their holidays, with hiking and mountain biking trails just waiting to be discovered. From here you can enjoy the stunning views of the landscape and sparkling sea, before heading back to the town for delicious Turkish food and wine. The beach is a great starting point for water sports, or you could book a boat trip and enjoy snorkelling, scuba diving or simply take it easy and explore the coves and beaches of the coastline. If you prefer to head further afield Bodrum is full of activities for families, couples and groups alike, or you could try the activities in nearby Gumbet.
The beach area in Bitez has a lively atmosphere, with plenty on offer for holidaymakers. The crystal clear waters of the sea and gently shelving sands are ideal for family holidays in Bitez, making it easy to paddle, splash about and build sandcastles. If you’re looking to try some water sports there are plenty available here, including windsurfing, parasailing, kayaking, snorkelling and even scuba diving. Alternatively, simply sit back and soak up the sun and the lively atmosphere of the area. When lunchtime hits there are cafés and tavernas to choose from, all serving up delicious snacks, lunches and drinks, or you could wander along the beach and find your own secluded spot further down.
Holidays to Bitez are full of opportunities to simply relax and unwind, but you’ll find plenty of bars and restaurants which stay open until the early hours of the morning as well. Here you can chat with locals as you enjoy wine from the nearby vineyards or a cool local beer. For something more lively and upbeat, including live music and international DJs, nearby Gumbet has plenty to offer, while Bodrum will keep you awake until the sun starts to rise. Start the party on the beach with exotic cocktails and great tunes before heading into the town to hit the dance floor and make some new friends. Whatever your party style is there’s something for you on Bitez holidays.
Couples will enjoy strolling through the town, soaking up the atmosphere and admiring the beautiful buildings on their Bitez holidays, before heading to the beach for some well-earned rest and relaxation. Rent sun loungers and parasols and spend your days watching the world go by with a good book, or hit the water and enjoy the sports and activities on offer. For some retail therapy, there are boutiques and little shops in Bitez, or you could head to nearby Bodrum for deals on designer labels and bargains on gifts and trinkets to take home. And when the evening hits there are plenty of bars and restaurants which open their doors until late and serve up delicious local wines and beer, as well as exotic fruity cocktails with something for every taste.
Bitez holidays are ideal for those who want to soak up the relaxing culture of Turkey’s coastline. Wander through the pretty white streets of the town, soaking in the laid-back atmosphere and stopping off in traditional tavernas to enjoy delicious Turkish cuisine. If you prefer to admire the many beautiful religious structures this area is so well known for why not head further afield with a visit to Bodrum? Here you’ll find museums and galleries just waiting to take you back in time, as well as castles, amphitheatres, windmills and more. And for the ultimate combine relaxation with culture and head to the Turkish baths for a traditional hammam.