Holidays to Akyarlar
Once a charming little fishing village, Akyarlar has retained much of its traditional charm despite its close location to the cosmopolitan city of Bodrum. With one of Turkey's most picturesque beaches, complete with sparkling, shallow seas and imposing cliffs, it's an ideal spot for families and couples to escape the crowds for some authentic Turkish relaxation. All the while, the sights of Kos and ancient Greek ruins are easily reached for day trips.
The crescent-shaped beach here has super soft white sand and shallow turquoise water backed by dramatic imposing cliffs.
Drive around the peninsula and you'll find a line up of beachside restaurants and hotels with private beaches.
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.
Down by the marina you'll find lots of eateries from upmarket fish restaurants to budget friendly local kebab joints.
Traditional Turkish dishes
Try Turkish specialities like lahmacun, a different kind of pizza, or baklava, a filo pastry filled with honey and nuts.
A 15 minute drive will lead you to more active nightlife with live DJs playing on Bar Street and music in the marina.
You don't need to leave your hotel after dark for to find fun - most resorts have discos, live performances and karaoke.
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