Holidays to Turgutreis
A beachside paradise in the Bodrum area, Turgutreis boasts the best views: think azure waves flecked with romantic islands set against a dramatic mountain backdrop. Ideally situated for exploring the rest of the peninsula and an easy ride to neighbouring Bodrum, Turgutreis is a perfect base for day-trippers. Add to that exclusive shopping, lazy beaches, busy nightlife and waterside restaurants, and you've got a Turquoise Coast paradise.
Souvenir shops and refreshments are close to hand at this beach closest to the centre of town. Popular for sunbathing.
Exposed conditions benefit watersports like windsurfing and kitesurfing. Also known as Kemer beach.
The ancient theatre at Halicarnassus was carved into the hillside in the 4th century BC and held 13,000 people.
One of the 7 wonders of the ancient world, this mausoleum's ancient stairways and tomb chambers are still standing.
Turkey's biggest water park with 23 slides, it's 65,000m2 of pools and rides. Buses run daily from Bodrum.
Bodrum Maritime Museum
From ancient naval port to today's main trade, this museum examines Bodrum's close relationship with the sea.
Find fresh local produce at this weekly market, including sweet figs and savoury gozleme. Great for a picnic lunch.
The colourful cafes near the harbour offer savoury snacks and satisfy a sweet tooth. Find children's playgrounds nearby.
There's a glut of lively bars and restaurants around Turgutreis marina - perfect for a low-key evening with live music.
A buzzing central street lined with bars and overflowing with cheap drinks. The place to spend wild nights with friends.
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