Nearby beach: Gumbet Holidays 2012 are based around the beach experience, and Gumbet Beach is conveniently close enough for you to stroll there from any hotel in the area.
Partying holidays: At night, Gumbet holidays really come alive, as Bar Street is lit up with bright neon signs of all colours and kinds welcoming you into a fun celebratory atmosphere. Karaoke and cocktail bars and clubs catering to every music lover’s tastes ensure you’ll be dancing the night away too.
Holiday Activities in Gumbet
Aqua Park Dedeman: This huge water park is just a few miles outside Gumbet, but you’d be well advised to take a trip there for lots of fun on family holidays. Splash around on colourful, twisting slides or just take things easy on the lazy river and wave pool.
Exciting water sports: If you like your action wet ‘n’ wild, you’ll be well catered for on holidays to Gumbet. It’s considered to be one of the best resorts in Turkey for high-octane water sports – we’re talking everything from jet-skiing and paragliding to windsurfing and PADI diving.
Beaches in Gumbet
Gumbet Beach: Gumbet only has one local beach, but at least it’s right within walking distance of the centre. Although quite a narrow strip of sand, it’s of the shimmering golden variety and the water’s an inviting shade of neon blue.
Torba Beach: If you’re looking to change up your beachside scenery a bit whilst on holidays to Gumbet, we’d recommend Torba. Its peaceful sandy beach and mountainous greenery is quite a contrast to the lively atmosphere of Gumbet holidays.
Restaurants in Gumbet
Jack’s Place: The restaurants in Gumbet are often criticised for not being traditionally Turkish. Well, Jack’s Place doesn’t quite buck the trend, but it does offer a huge range of Turkish food alongside a diverse menu taking in English, Chinese and Indian dishes. The low prices make cheap holidays to Gumbet a real possibility too.
Zetas Seray: And just to prove that you can find an excellent Turkish restaurant in Gumbet, here we have Zetas Seray. Try their saucy Turkish casserole for a delicious main course, and the herb-infused bulgur wheat makes an authentic side dish.
Casablanca: This friendly restaurant specialises in serving mouth-wateringly juicy steaks alongside ice cold lager and cocktails. The full English breakfast almost seems better than back home, and the staff will always go out of their way to make sure everyone is happy.
Nightlife in Gumbet
Lively bars: Holidays to Gumbet offer a huge number of bright, bustling bars and clubs. X Bar has a fantastic balcony so you can keep cool outside during those steamy nights, and Central Bar is pretty popular for much the same reason. The famous super club Halikarnas is basically a huge open-air party, and is a great way to round off the night after sampling a few drinks (or more) on the bar street.
Shopping in Gumbet
Local markets: Vibrant stalls are found all over Turkey, and Gumbet holidays are no exception. The Tuesday market sells all sorts of stuff, practically everything you can imagine – leathers, baskets, ornaments, clothes and more. Turgutreis is also just over ten miles away. There’s a huge market there every Saturday if you’d like a little more choice for souvenir shopping on your holidays.