Derived from the Sanskrit word for ‘peace’, aman, and the Turkish word for dream, ruya, Amanruya is set on the southeastern Aegean coast of Turkey.
Destination Amanruya, Bodrum
Set in an isolated bay, Amanruya is a short drive from Bodrum International Airport (BJV).
Spring and autumn, from March to May and September to November respectively, are marked by mild to warm days and cool nights. The summer months from June through August provide warm to hot days and pleasant evenings. Winter falls from December through February and days are crisp while evenings can be cold.
What to pack
Modesty in dress is expected of visitors in Turkey. Light clothing is appropriate with a sweater or jacket in the evenings. Sports shoes are suitable for light touring, and hiking boots are recommended for treks. Legs, shoulders and upper arms need to be covered when visiting places of worship.
Language & Currency
The official language of Turkey is Turkish, and English is widely spoken throughout the country. The Turkish Lira is the official unit of currency. Cash in Euros and US dollars and travellers cheques are easy to exchange, although changing other country’s currencies can be difficult. ATMs are widely available.
Turkey is on Eastern European Time (EET), two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Electricity is 220 volts/50 cycles; converters and plug adaptors are available.
Medical services are available round the clock at Amanruya. Nearby Bodrum has hospitals and medical clinics. No vaccinations are required.
Please check with your nearest Turkish embassy or consulate prior to travel. A visa can be acquired on arrival for certain countries, while others, including most EU countries, do not require a visa.
Amanruya is open from April until the end of October. The team can advise on visas as well as assist with any other travel arrangements, including transfers and private flights.