: Bodrum Milas Airport
: Bargylia's Private Beach
: Bargylia Clubhouse
: Vita Park Golf
: Bargylia Cafe Bar
Car: not necessary
Turkey's Aegean coast is beautiful, historic and agriculturally rich. The most spectacular of the classical sites are along the Aegean Coast, stretching from the northern border with Greece south to Bodrum. The treasures include the 3,000-year-old ruins of Troy, made famous by the poet Homer; the ruins of the fabled city of Pergamum, on its windswept hilltop; and the magnificent temples, colonnaded streets, and the theatre in Ephesus.
This is the heart of what was once known by the ancient Greeks as Asia Minor, an area that's been drawing visitors since the time of, well, Homer. Izmir, a busy port town that is Turkey's third-largest city, is a good gateway for exploring the area, with regular flights to and from Istanbul and some European destinations.
Near Izmir is the Çesme peninsula, home to some lovely sandy beaches and the cobblestoned town of Alaçati. The area's heavyweight attraction, though, is the Roman city of Ephesus, with its well-preserved amphitheatre and library.
Golf: The Vita Park Golf resort is Turkeys first PGA Course and boasts the best facilities in Turkey including equipment hire. The course is open for pay and play. It boasts two 18-hole championship golf courses.