Philosophy & sustainability
A private village ensconced in thousands of years of history
The turquoise Aegean laps Amanruya’s private pebble beach, while ancient pine forests scent the air. Resting amid olive groves and cypress trees on the Bodrum Peninsula’s serene north coast, the village-like resort is a secluded retreat offering an abundance of space and privacy.
- An enchanting setting which has the tranquil ambience of an Ottoman village
- A secluded resort surrounded by ancient olive groves and Mediterranean pine forest and a central 50-metre infinity pool
Combining Mediterranean and Turkish architectural details, Amanruya’s stone Pavilions all open onto picturesque gardens with private swimming pools and open views
Turkey’s wide variety of microclimates results in an array of fresh seasonal produce year-round. Amanruya’s multiple dining venues celebrate this abundance, with ingredients sourced from local farmers and fishermen as a matter of pride. The home-style Mediterranean menu features Amanruya’s home-baked bread, while informal meze platters make for wonderful in-suite dining or picnic options.
SPA & Wellness
Amanruya’s Spa is an intimate sanctuary dedicated to holistic wellness, offering an extensive spa menu inspired by traditional Turkish wellness practices. Treatments are also available in the comfort of Guest Pavilions.
Adventures and experiences at Amanruya
The Aegean region of Turkey offers classical history and natural beauty in equal measure. On this fabled coastline, Unesco World Heritage Sites and towns with ancient names overlook picturesque bays, traditional Turkish gulets sail between islands, and villagers still practice age-old artisanal crafts.
Sailing the Aegean. Turkey’s Aegean coastline offers idyllic sailing, with clear turquoise seas and untouched beaches. Amanruya’s tailor-made sailing experiences range from full-day excursions and island-hopping picnics, to romantic sunset cruises aboard Amanruya-I, a 40ft Vicem motor yacht with two decks.