Address: Barbaros Blv. No:159 Gunaydin Apt. Gayrettepe,
Phone: +90 212 299 99 80
Fax: +90 212 299 99 79
Located in a special location on a peninsula on the south west of the county Bodrum offers you a variety of different lifestyles with its approximately 20 small towns. One may prefer to be a part of the wild night life in the center of Bodrum or find peace in sunset in the silence of Cokertme cove. Be ready for surprises of the city when travelling from one cove to another on this peninsula, it will take time to discover secrets of Bodrum, still it for sure will worth the time…
Dubbed ‘Turkey’s St. Tropez’ by the New York Times back in 2006, Bodrum is one of the loveliest regions on Turkey’s Aegean coast.
Originally known as Halicarnassus, the capital of the kingdom of Caria, Bodrum boasts a wealth of history with recent years changing the landscape significantly. Thankfully modernization has been kind and Bodrum still remains the picture postcard setting we see in the travel brochures. The photo of pretty bougainvillea cascading down the whitewashed houses and into the sea really are apt, Bodrum Castle, built by The Knights of St. John, separating Bodrum’s two bays is a stunning spectacle.
Bodrum Town is the largest of all small towns on the Peninsula and it is where the heart of the Peninsula beats. There are in excess of 20 small towns and villages scattered along the peninsula, mostly on the coast and with superb sea and island views and offers luxury villas, all-inclusive small and large hotels. The town's charm is well-known, attracting a diverse population of vacationers who stroll along its long palm-lined waterfront, while elegant yachts crowd the marina. Not far from town, you can swim in absolutely clear, tideless, warm seas. Underwater divers, especially, will want to explore the numerous reefs, caves and majestic rock formations. The waters offer up multicolored sponges of all shapes and sizes, octopi and an immense variety of other aquatic life. Bodrum has gained the reputation as the center of the Turkish art community with its lively, friendly and Bohemian atmosphere and many small galleries. This community has encouraged an informal day-time life style and a night-time of excitement. The evenings in Bodrum are for sitting idly in one of the many restaurants, dining on fresh seafood and other Aegean specialties. Afterward night clubs (some with cabaret) and superb discos keep you going until dawn.
Bodrum is the destination for a boutique incentive program. Still, it is possible to find out many alternatives for accommodation either boutique or standard. International hotel chains are serving as well as local brands in the city.
Istanbul – Bodrum flight duration: App. 1 hour 15 min.
Milas Bodrum Airport – Bodrum city center: 40 km
Having a full day boat or yacht tour for seeing stunning untouched bays, swimming in the cleanest water and to finish the day with a dinner in one of the most beautiful bay of Bodrum – Gumusluk.