Bodrum

Bodrum Attractions

Bodrum Amphitheater

One of the most important and best-preserved remains of the ancient city of Halicarnassus, the Bodrum Amphitheater boasts a dramatic location, carved into ...  Read more

Bodrum Marina

Often nicknamed the St Tropez of Turkey, Bodrum has earned itself a stellar reputation among cruise travelers. The lively Bodrum Marina, a well-equipped and ...  Read more

Bodrum Peninsula

With its crystal-clear waters teeming with colorful corals and sweeping coastal cliffs giving way to sandy beaches and secluded coves, the Bodrum Peninsula ...  Read more

Bodrum Windmills

Dotted along the coastal cliffs of the Bodrum Peninsula, the white-brick towers and wooden sails of the Bodrum windmills paint a pretty picture, set against ...  Read more

Castle of St Peter

Perched on a rocky promontory overlooking the harbor, the striking Castle of St Peter is an instantly recognizable Bodrum landmark and one of the city’s top ...  Read more

Dedeman Aquapark

The first of its kind in Turkey, Dedeman Aquapark is one of the country’s biggest amusement parks, with over 40,000 square meters of water-slides, swimming ...  Read more

Gümüslük

A small fishing village on the western coast of the Bodrum Peninsula, Gümüslük is a popular choice for a day trip from Bodrum with its scenic ...  Read more

Lambi Beach

Lambi Beach is located at the northeast corner of the island of Kos in the Dodecanese island group of Greece. Since the island of Kos is located so close to ...  Read more

Limnionas Beach

Limnionas Beach is on a cove along Limnionas Bay about 3 miles north of the village of Kefalos on the island of Kos. It's about 27 miles from the main town of ...  Read more

Mausoleum (Mausoleum of Halicarnassus)

Built in 351 B.C. to house the tomb of King Mausolus, the Persian King of Caria, the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus was not only the grandest tomb of its time ...  Read more

Mazi

Mazi is a small village located about 25 miles east of Bodrum, Turkey. It is the farthest village in the area from the popular resort city of Bodrum. It is ...  Read more

Mumcular

Mumcular is a small town located about 18 miles northeast of Bodrum, Turkey. The old name of the town was Karaova. It is in a forested region on the Bodrum ...  Read more

Museum of Underwater Archaeology

Housed in the 15th-century Castle of St. Peter, the Museum of Underwater Archaeology is one of Bodrum’s top attractions, amassing an impressive collection of ...  Read more

Myndos Gate (Myndos Kapısı)

Once guarding the western entrance to the ancient city of Halicarnassus, the grand Myndos Gate (Myndos Kapisi) marked the route to nearby Myndos (now ...  Read more

Yaliciftlik

Yaliciftlik is a small village located near the popular resort town of Bodrum, Turkey. It is just outside the Bodrum Peninsula along the Aegean Sea above a ...  Read more

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