Last year I wrote an article on Bafa Lake and I was not intending to do any follow up. However I recently found myself back in the area on a number of different days because I realized that if you want to practice your photography skills, it is a great area to do so.
I don’t profess to be a professional photographer and Bafa Lake is just the destination for people like me who are classed as complete novices.
Breakfast at Bafa Lake
All photo opportunities are there for you including landscapes, people, flowers, buildings and objects and I had a great time snapping everything and anything with my camera.
The lake is also a great area to grab breakfast on a Sunday morning and while my last post was totally slagging off the last establishment I visited for a Turkish breakfast, I cannot do that with the Turkish breakfasts that I have eaten in the restaurants surrounding Bafa Lake.
Perhaps it is because these restaurants do not promise you top class service so my expectations are lower however I prefer to call it a rustic, homely and definitely traditional breakfast in perfect surroundings.
About Bafa Lake
To give a quick summary of Bafa Lake it is back to nature in every way possible. Lots of restaurants are on the edge of the Lake and all of them serve home cooked food, most of which has been grown and produced by the local in the areas.
Bafa Lake is also great for camping, trekking, visiting the local Turkish villages and as I suddenly realized last time, there are umpteen amounts of photo opportunities for you to get stuck into.
If you are looking for a holiday destination which is the true face of Turkey, then little boutique hotels that surround the lake will be right up your street however don’t expect too much in the terms of luxury accommodation.
Bafa Lake is a huge area and to explore it all including the surrounding villages would take at least two weeks in my estimation. There are still quite a few villages that are on my bucket list and hopefully I will be visiting them soon however my next port of call is Bogazici Village in Bodrum
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