“The Bodrum Peninsula boasts a number of beachfront resorts and the first bay that can be reached by a five-minute drive is Gumbet,” writes Joan Scanlon, Head of Sales & Operations, Wings Abroad Holidays.
“Gumbet (pronounced ‘Goom-bet’) has developed over the past few years as a resort in its own right, full of colour and life and creating a unique atmosphere of its own.
“Gumbet beach is the longest on the Bodrum Peninsula. A mix of sand and shingle shelving gently into the clear shallow waters make it a sun worshipper’s heaven.
“For water sports lovers, water-skiing, parasailing and windsurfing are just some of a long list of water sports activities available in Gumbet.
“The long stretch of beach also offers an abundance of restaurants and cafes lining the seafront.
“Gumbet caters for all holidaymakers but tends to attract mainly younger age groups who enjoy the beach by day and the clubs by night.
“Gumbet is also a good resort for shopping, with all the ‘designer’ goods that you could ever want readily available in shops that never seem to close.
“So if your clients’ holiday check list this year includes beaches, bars, restaurants, shopping, nightlife (and the list continues), then Gumbet ticks all the boxes.
“On top of all that, a holiday to Gumbet will give them a sense of the real Turkey and its welcoming people.”