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About Bodrum

The city lies on the southern edge of the Bodrum Peninsular, meaning that a holiday to Bodrum is a tale of two halves. On the one hand there is the glorious Mediterranean Sea, the weather for which it is famous and numerous glinting beaches. And on the other hand there is a city of over 35,000 filled with culture, history and character. For days at the beach you’ll need to head to Gumbet, which is Bodrum’s neighbour. You’ll find many yachts circling the town, giving it an upmarket and chic feel. Bodrum also had a great range of late night bars and clubs, should you be seeking a late night.

People have lived in this port town for over 2,500 years and it, like much of Turkey, has been influenced over time by numerous cultures. Split up over a number of bays, which make for ideal natural ports, the town's focus is evidently out to sea, with hundreds of boats at anchor ready for their next trip.

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When To Go

Jutting out into the Mediterranean Sea, Bodrum enjoys long hot summers and cooling sea breezes. If you're a sun-seeker then the best time to visit is during Europe's midsummer from June to August. However the weather is largely set fair and warm from as early as April and can last until October, so for those seeking slightly cool climbs these are the times to travel.

Fast facts about Bodrum

  • Currency
    Turkish Lira
  • How to get there
    Fly to Milas-Bodrum Airport bus and taxi transfers to Bodrum available
  • Official Language
    Turkish
  • Time
    Three hours ahead of the UK
  • Time from airport
    Transfers to Bodrum town take around 40 minutes by car

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • Check out Bodrum Castle
    With uninterrupted views of the sea it is easy to see why this great castle was built in protection of the town.
  • See the north side
    Less populous than Bodrum city the north side of the peninsular is home to cove after sun-drenched cove and is well worth a visit.
  • See the original mausoleum
    Bodrum was ruled by Mausolus from 377bc to 353bc. After his death he was interned in a large resting place that came to be known as the first mausoleum. The site is one of the ancient wonders of the world.
  • Stroll around the marina
    It's actually a little tricky to tell where one marina stops and the next starts. Nevertheless a walk around the main area is a rewarding trip.
  • Take a boat ride
    With so many sea-going vestals it would be a crime not to take to the water.

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