The Turkish Riviera may be well established among the European crowd, but the Aegean Sea escape known for its sparkling coves and cypress-lined hillsides has stayed relatively obscure on the other side of the Atlantic. Word of the region began to spread in earnest among the American jet set in 2011, sparked by the opening of Amanresorts’ Amanruya on the Bodrum Peninsula. Five years later, thanks in part to a growing roster of top-tier properties, Bodrum’s buzz is palpable. The 2014 debut of the 148-acre Mandarin Oriental, Bodrum, was followed by last July’s arrival of the sleek Caresse, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa. This July, Americans’ now-healthy appetite for the region should continue to grow when the Arizona-based Canyon Ranch brand debuts its Canyon Ranch Wellness Resort at Kaplankaya, featuring 141 Aegean-view guest rooms and a 107,500-square-foot spa.