Bodrum Fish Markets

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Sunday 15 February, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Back in the town of Bodrum to share a few more of our memories from our winter visit there… When having a look at the windmills, I found a great view back over Bodrum, its castle and the harbour.

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As well as a busy marina stashed full of expensive yachts and pleasure craft of all shapes and sizes, there is also a working fishing fleet, and most days you’ll find the open fish markets selling their catch down by the harbour. 

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Can’t beat fresh fish straight from the boats – I always reckon they taste so much better than those bought from the supermarkets!

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You name it, if it swims, you can buy it.

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As much as Bodrum is a large, year-round resort area, the actual town is well looked after and quite a pleasant place I found. It doesn’t have such a ‘city’ feel as many large resorts, especially during the off-season of course 🙂

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3 thoughts on “Bodrum Fish Markets

  1. Absolutely beautiful. Fresh, clean. You are a lucky guy.

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