I hope I haven't given the impression from my last couple of posts that there is a festival every Sunday in Bodrum. There isn't, it just feels that way some months. If you find yourself on the peninsula on a fest-free Sunday, I suggest you hop on a dolmuş to Bitez to peruse your way around the flea market. It is temporarily situated just past the Courthouse, on a rough piece of ground but should shortly be moving a few hundred yards nearer the main road to the new market area. I was lucky to visit on a sunny day, but I can imagine a wet Sunday at this stop-gap site would soon turn into a quagmire. I will update this post when the flea market moves so you know whether to wear wellies or not.
You will find an eclectic mix of traders, merchandise and shoppers and the eagle eyed will immediately sort the junk from the valuable. There is one stall pictured here which always has high quality stock and I'll leave you to work out which.
I came home from my last visit the very happy owner of this English bone china set. So it's tea for two at Chez-BacktoBodrum for anyone who cares to pop in.
Bitez Bit Pazarı - Bitez Flea Market. Every Sunday from 7am to mid-afternoon.