In the times of the Silk Road, it was essential that voyagers had spots to rest along the long course from China to Istanbul. As the sun set, the dealers would bring their creatures stacked with valuable products to a caravansary or han. There they would discover a rooftop, a bed, and hot nourishment. As vitally they would have the capacity to share jokes and stories of the street with different brokers. Going to the 21st century, Dibeklihan Culture and Art Village is restoring the creative side of these caravansaries for explorers in Bodrum.
Dibeklihan is situated close Yakakoy, out and about amongst Bodrum and Yalikavak. With regards to the soul of an Ottoman han, Dibeklihan consolidates nourishment, drink, workmanship, conventional artworks, and settlement. The structure of Dibeklihan is additionally steadfast to the han idea, with a focal yard encompassed by shops and eateries. The yard is the gathering point for outdoors presentations, shows, and exhibitions – however visitors can simply withdraw to a room or table when they need some protection. Neighborhood pottery produces high quality pieces of jewelry with silver and calfskin, and in addition belts, packs, and adornments.
Kumasci offers silk, cotton, and felt items made locally in Anatolia. As you stroll around the patio of Dibeklihan, even the dividers are ornamented with vivid images of Bodrum's living legacy, from the Anatolian Greeks to the Persian Empire that subsided before Alexander the Great. In any case, maybe the best workmanship on see at Dibeklihane is the encompassing scene, whose lush slopes discuss a thousand experiences in the brilliant light of Bodrum.