Holidays To Bodrum

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A region and a harbour city in Mugla Province, in the southwestern Aegean Region of Turkey, it is situated on the southern shore of Bodrum Cape, at a tip that examines the arrival into the Gulf of Gökova, and is also the hub of the eponymous region. Bodrum has a Mediterranean weather. A winter norm high of 15 °C (59 °F) and during the summer 34 °C (93 °F), with very hot causes. Summers are tropical and mainly sunny and winters are warm and stifling. Besides any other Turkish coast escape, it has a mysterious style that penetrates it, from the town's magnificent top palace and sparkling dock to its flower-packed cafes and white-plastered alleys. Even in the busiest days of high summer, you could discover small nooks of tranquility, in the town and mainly in its distant seaside villages. Only in the past few decades have Bodrum come to be related with delight, heavenly beaches and shining summertime splendor. Book holidays to Bodrum with Travel Center and profit from our all-inclusive holidays comprising of cheap flights, affordable accommodation and adjustable booking choices. We at Travel Center are committed to make sure that your holiday to Bodrum is memorable!

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Time Zone

UTC+02:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Turkish Airlines, Pegasus Airlines

Languages

Turkic

Best Time to Travel

July to August.

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 4.37 TRY
TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Castle of St Peter

The construction was built amid 1402 and 1437, and knights of many nationalities were charged with the protection of specific parts of the walls. Amid the diverse towers are the French Tower, English Tower with a carved lion on its west wall, and the Gatineau Tower, which steers to the dungeons.

Museum of Underwater Archaeology

Located inside the Castle of St Peter, the arrangement of the displays is distinctly arranged and shining relics are praised by slick multimedia exhibits. After the entrance, you arrive in the Glass Wreck Hall to the exhibit of a 16 m ship that capsized in 1025 AD.

Mausoleum

This heap of ancient marble and rubble was once one of the seven wonders of the old world. Created as the last resting site of King Mausolus (376-353 BC). When completed, the magnificent high construction measured 46 m tall and was adorned with splendid moldings by the most recognised Greek carvers of the day.

Myndos Gate (Myndos Kap?s?)

Myndos Gate is one for the intense history-enthusiast, this gate from King Mausolus' period is the last enduring part of once solid castle walls. Said to be about 7 km, the walls enveloped around and safeguarded the historic city of Halicarnassus.

Bodrum Theatre

Bodrum Theatre is an historic theatre; it might be really tiny but it's been exquisitely repaired. The sights that you obtain from the top rows, out towards the peaks, are excellent. And in its prime, the amphitheater supported 13,000 viewers.

Marina and Shipyard

The marina is a sailor and ocean-enthusiast heaven, stuffed with bouncing yachts of all forms and sizes. There is also a chance to rent boats and tour islands and concealed bays. If you pursue the marina path further west, you'll arrive at the Ottoman dockyard, which has some fascinating tombstones and exceptional marina sights.

Old town

Just at the back of the Castle of St Peter is Bodrum's most fascinating region. The small stroller lanes are bordered with vine-shielded, whitewashed and stone-cut houses that look like they belong on a postcard. There are lots of sweet boutiques and cafés in this district if you need to sit down and unwind after walking.

Bazaar

The current bazaar region is an upmarket take on a native Turkish fair with actual shops other than stalls. There's everything here from attractive Turkish and Central Asian fabrics and radiant native china to a bling-fest of gold gems and stylish beachwear.

Bodrum Castle

A huge castle and at the era it was constructed, the second most significant palace in the Templar crusade, Bodrum castle rests on a cape looking over the ocean. The castle has been modernized over the years and now holds the Turkish National Shipwreck Museum with various discoveries from wrecks of the Aegean.

Gumbet Beach

The sandy beach is pure and famous with families with its lightly tilting coast and temperate waters. Lately more water sport options have been included, enchanting the young age group and there are a range of quality beach bars, snack bars and restaurants to keep thirst and hunger away.