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Chris's Guidebook to Bodrum Peninsula

Chris

Chris's Guidebook to Bodrum Peninsula

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Alfresco dining with beautiful surroundings and sea view. Open to non-residents - a short stroll along the beach, from the villa.
Med-Inn Boutique Hotel
6 Sıralık Cd.
Alfresco dining with beautiful surroundings and sea view. Open to non-residents - a short stroll along the beach, from the villa.
Gulluck fishing village. Daily boat trips leave from the harbour to sail peacefully around the coastline for serene swimming breaks in secluded coves. A water taxi regularly makes it's way around the bay to the ancient ruins of Iasos. History buffs will adore it, but it also attracts seafood fans because of the fresh fish caught in season. Alternatively, the local bus system connects with the rest of the peninsula, and its various water parks, historical ruins, walking trails, gorgeous beaches and surrounding resorts. The weekly market is on a Thursday, serving up a delightful range of organic fruit and veg, while supermarkets sell other necessities such as milk, rice, meat and so forth. Bakeries and patisseries sell fresh bread, cakes and pastries while banks and ATMs allow you to handle your finances quickly and conveniently. The nightlife theme in Gulluk carries on the daytime ambience of quiet and relaxed. Restaurants offer varied menus, but naturally, the favourite pastime is Aegean dining. This involves sitting seaside with good company to indulge in Turkish mezes, fresh fish and seafood and a traditional glass of Raki. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs18kLEFpv4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bHOA5Tmexk
Güllük
Gulluck fishing village. Daily boat trips leave from the harbour to sail peacefully around the coastline for serene swimming breaks in secluded coves. A water taxi regularly makes it's way around the bay to the ancient ruins of Iasos. History buffs will adore it, but it also attracts seafood fans because of the fresh fish caught in season. Alternatively, the local bus system connects with the rest of the peninsula, and its various water parks, historical ruins, walking trails, gorgeous beaches and surrounding resorts. The weekly market is on a Thursday, serving up a delightful range of organic fruit and veg, while supermarkets sell other necessities such as milk, rice, meat and so forth. Bakeries and patisseries sell fresh bread, cakes and pastries while banks and ATMs allow you to handle your finances quickly and conveniently. The nightlife theme in Gulluk carries on the daytime ambience of quiet and relaxed. Restaurants offer varied menus, but naturally, the favourite pastime is Aegean dining. This involves sitting seaside with good company to indulge in Turkish mezes, fresh fish and seafood and a traditional glass of Raki. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs18kLEFpv4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bHOA5Tmexk
The Bodrum Marina Yacht Club is open for lunch and dinner. At night, there is live music into the early hours of the morning. There are three separate restaurants at the Marina Yacht Club, evening booking recommended. If you're visiting Bodrum town, be sure to stop for a coffee or a bite to eat.
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Marina Yacht Club
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The Bodrum Marina Yacht Club is open for lunch and dinner. At night, there is live music into the early hours of the morning. There are three separate restaurants at the Marina Yacht Club, evening booking recommended. If you're visiting Bodrum town, be sure to stop for a coffee or a bite to eat.
Turkbuku, the Saint Tropez of Turkey. Also called Golturkbuku, because it has amalgamated with its neighbouring village of Golkoy, Turkbuku. It is one of the most prestigious locations, not only on the Turkish Riviera but within the whole country. A magnet for the Istanbul jetset, this chic, former fishing village is a twenty-five minute' drive north-west of Bodrum, low-rise Turkbuku has grown sideways rather than upwards and now merges with the neighbouring village of Golkoy. The action takes place around an attractive bay stylishly fringed by jetties rather than beach. On summer days the smart set glides in on yachts and the occasional seaplane, and on summer nights the shoreline becomes a buzzing party venue.
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Göltürkbükü
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Turkbuku, the Saint Tropez of Turkey. Also called Golturkbuku, because it has amalgamated with its neighbouring village of Golkoy, Turkbuku. It is one of the most prestigious locations, not only on the Turkish Riviera but within the whole country. A magnet for the Istanbul jetset, this chic, former fishing village is a twenty-five minute' drive north-west of Bodrum, low-rise Turkbuku has grown sideways rather than upwards and now merges with the neighbouring village of Golkoy. The action takes place around an attractive bay stylishly fringed by jetties rather than beach. On summer days the smart set glides in on yachts and the occasional seaplane, and on summer nights the shoreline becomes a buzzing party venue.
Yalikavak is on the western coast of Turkey is one of the most popular areas of the Bodrum Peninsula. Scenic landscapes cascade down the hills towards the Aegean Sea and a light, gentle breeze offers relief from sweltering summer days, while the ambience and vibes welcome everyone young and old. This popular tourist destination with it's construction of the ultramodern Palmarina for international mega yachts earned it worldwide respect. All year round, it is the place to shop, dine and be seen.
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Yalıkavak
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Yalikavak is on the western coast of Turkey is one of the most popular areas of the Bodrum Peninsula. Scenic landscapes cascade down the hills towards the Aegean Sea and a light, gentle breeze offers relief from sweltering summer days, while the ambience and vibes welcome everyone young and old. This popular tourist destination with it's construction of the ultramodern Palmarina for international mega yachts earned it worldwide respect. All year round, it is the place to shop, dine and be seen.
Turgutreis is a charming coastal resort, backed by green mountains, surrounded by the crystal waters of the Aegean and shined upon by the blue skies of the summer season. Previously, this popular resort was known as Karatoprak, however the name was changed to Turgutreis in 1972 to respect a Turkish sailor who was born there in 1485. Turgutreis is very popular because of its diversity and choice when it comes to eating out and exploring the nightlife. Holiday makers eager to try sumptuous Turkish food should head into the main town and find a traditional lokanta. On the main front of the resort are restaurants that will serve a wide range of cuisines including steaks, salads, seafood and fresh fish of the day. A popular place is the Irish bar or you can head to a traditional bar to discover how the Turks like to enjoy good company and great friendship. There are enough establishments in Turgutreis to keep you partying in a different venue every night.
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Turgutreis
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Turgutreis is a charming coastal resort, backed by green mountains, surrounded by the crystal waters of the Aegean and shined upon by the blue skies of the summer season. Previously, this popular resort was known as Karatoprak, however the name was changed to Turgutreis in 1972 to respect a Turkish sailor who was born there in 1485. Turgutreis is very popular because of its diversity and choice when it comes to eating out and exploring the nightlife. Holiday makers eager to try sumptuous Turkish food should head into the main town and find a traditional lokanta. On the main front of the resort are restaurants that will serve a wide range of cuisines including steaks, salads, seafood and fresh fish of the day. A popular place is the Irish bar or you can head to a traditional bar to discover how the Turks like to enjoy good company and great friendship. There are enough establishments in Turgutreis to keep you partying in a different venue every night.
Gulluck's family friendly cafe and bar offers a wide range of food and drink and the occasional BBQ. Great location overlooking the fishing port/harbour. Has a library of books and games to borrow from.
Cheers Cafe Bar Gulluk
63 Hermias Cd
Gulluck's family friendly cafe and bar offers a wide range of food and drink and the occasional BBQ. Great location overlooking the fishing port/harbour. Has a library of books and games to borrow from.
Bodrum: Kule Rock City Bar (Kule Bar) is a very popular rock and live music bar in Bodrum. The bar is always full wth rock music fans. Kule Bar is also considered as the best rock bar in Turkey. Variety of famous national rock groups perform here. Address: Cumhuriyet Str. Dr. Alim Bey Bedesteni No: 55, Bodrum Tel: +90 555 824 88 34, 0 252 313 28 50
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Kule Rock City Bar
No:55 Barlar Sokağı
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Bodrum: Kule Rock City Bar (Kule Bar) is a very popular rock and live music bar in Bodrum. The bar is always full wth rock music fans. Kule Bar is also considered as the best rock bar in Turkey. Variety of famous national rock groups perform here. Address: Cumhuriyet Str. Dr. Alim Bey Bedesteni No: 55, Bodrum Tel: +90 555 824 88 34, 0 252 313 28 50
Ela Bar is a long-time favourite bar in Gulluck. Located harbour side, it is a hot spot for returning travellers and tourists. Always busy with table service, this modern bar has been recently refurbished and offers comfortable seating both inside and outside. Regular live sports/music TV, this friendly and lively bar is open until late.
Güllük
Ela Bar is a long-time favourite bar in Gulluck. Located harbour side, it is a hot spot for returning travellers and tourists. Always busy with table service, this modern bar has been recently refurbished and offers comfortable seating both inside and outside. Regular live sports/music TV, this friendly and lively bar is open until late.
Sightseeing and things to do
Gümüşlük - is where you will find Rabbit Island. Good place for lunch, snorkeling and swimming. The ancient city Myndos has been unearthed on Rabbit Island. After recent excavations, the King’s Road, storage houses and some churches from the Christian era have been revealed. Archaeological ruins, artifacts and monuments remain on the island. There is a thin strip between Rabbit Island and Gumusluk beach, with a depth of about one meter., so it is possible to walk from the land to the island. It's a good hike for outdoor sports lovers. The panorama on top of the island is also amazing.
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Gümüşlük
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Gümüşlük - is where you will find Rabbit Island. Good place for lunch, snorkeling and swimming. The ancient city Myndos has been unearthed on Rabbit Island. After recent excavations, the King’s Road, storage houses and some churches from the Christian era have been revealed. Archaeological ruins, artifacts and monuments remain on the island. There is a thin strip between Rabbit Island and Gumusluk beach, with a depth of about one meter., so it is possible to walk from the land to the island. It's a good hike for outdoor sports lovers. The panorama on top of the island is also amazing.
Bodrum - The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus or Tomb of Mausolus was a tomb built between 353 and 350 BC in Halicarnassus for Mausolus, a native Anatolian from Caria in the Achaemenid Empire. The structure was designed by the Greek architects Satyros and Pythius of Priene.
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Mausoleum of Halicarnassus
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Bodrum - The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus or Tomb of Mausolus was a tomb built between 353 and 350 BC in Halicarnassus for Mausolus, a native Anatolian from Caria in the Achaemenid Empire. The structure was designed by the Greek architects Satyros and Pythius of Priene.
Bodrum - Construction of the Theatre at Halicarnassus is attributed to the reign of the Carian Satrap Mausolos during the 4th century BC. Ancient theatre was enlarged and took its current form around 2nd century AD, during the Roman era. With a cavea width of 86 meters and an 18 meters orchestra diameter, the theatre originally had a seating capacity of 10.000 to 13.000 people. The theatre was renovated twice during 1970's and 1990's by the Turkey's Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Currently the Antique Theatre is being used to host cultural events such as Bodrum International Ballet Festival and concerts of various Turkish and international artists, with a seating capacity of 10.000 people.
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Bodrum Antique Theatre
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Bodrum - Construction of the Theatre at Halicarnassus is attributed to the reign of the Carian Satrap Mausolos during the 4th century BC. Ancient theatre was enlarged and took its current form around 2nd century AD, during the Roman era. With a cavea width of 86 meters and an 18 meters orchestra diameter, the theatre originally had a seating capacity of 10.000 to 13.000 people. The theatre was renovated twice during 1970's and 1990's by the Turkey's Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Currently the Antique Theatre is being used to host cultural events such as Bodrum International Ballet Festival and concerts of various Turkish and international artists, with a seating capacity of 10.000 people.
In Bodrum you will find the Castle of St. Peter. This imposing structure, built by the Knights of St. John in the early 15th century, is the most prominent feature of Bodrum. Here you will find
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Bodrum Kalesı Su Altı Arkeolojı Müzesı
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In Bodrum you will find the Castle of St. Peter. This imposing structure, built by the Knights of St. John in the early 15th century, is the most prominent feature of Bodrum. Here you will find
Torba - a pretty waterfront village with a good choice of restaurants and cafes.
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Torba
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Torba - a pretty waterfront village with a good choice of restaurants and cafes.
Good for household shopping.
Milas
Good for household shopping.
Iasos (or Iassos), is over 4.000 years old, according to archaeological finds. It was a wealthy little town with an income generated mostly from the flourishing fishing trade, which still thrives to the present day. The Carian settlement was a colony of Argos and was founded with the help of Miletus. As a member of the Delian League, Iasos got caught up into the Peloponnesian War (431–404 BC). It was first conquered and plundered by the Spartans, and later, in the 4th century by Alexander the Great followed by Philip V, king of Macedon. The latter was forced by the Romans to give Iasos to Ptolemy V of Egypt. After that, the city came under Byzantine rule before falling into Ottoman hands, when it was abandoned around the 15th or 16th century. The Agora at Iasos dates back to 136 to 138 AD, which was when the Stoae were constructed. The northern and southern Stoa had double porticoes and a double-sloped roof. The south Stoa gave access to the Bouleuterion, the sanctuary of Artemis Astias, and some public buildings such as a library. The eastern Stoa was a simple portico connecting public rooms and offices, like the one from the man in charge of the market.
İasos Tatil Sitesi
Iasos (or Iassos), is over 4.000 years old, according to archaeological finds. It was a wealthy little town with an income generated mostly from the flourishing fishing trade, which still thrives to the present day. The Carian settlement was a colony of Argos and was founded with the help of Miletus. As a member of the Delian League, Iasos got caught up into the Peloponnesian War (431–404 BC). It was first conquered and plundered by the Spartans, and later, in the 4th century by Alexander the Great followed by Philip V, king of Macedon. The latter was forced by the Romans to give Iasos to Ptolemy V of Egypt. After that, the city came under Byzantine rule before falling into Ottoman hands, when it was abandoned around the 15th or 16th century. The Agora at Iasos dates back to 136 to 138 AD, which was when the Stoae were constructed. The northern and southern Stoa had double porticoes and a double-sloped roof. The south Stoa gave access to the Bouleuterion, the sanctuary of Artemis Astias, and some public buildings such as a library. The eastern Stoa was a simple portico connecting public rooms and offices, like the one from the man in charge of the market.
Bodrum - Mydos Gate. The only surviving gate of the 7km long ancient wall that surrounded the city of Halikarnassos, was built by Kind Mausolus in the 4th Century BC. The tower’s original height is not known, but they were built out of andesite stone blocks.
Myndos Gate
Bodrum - Mydos Gate. The only surviving gate of the 7km long ancient wall that surrounded the city of Halikarnassos, was built by Kind Mausolus in the 4th Century BC. The tower’s original height is not known, but they were built out of andesite stone blocks.
Take a trip to the award winning Karnas vineyard for a tour and tasty lunch with wine.
Karnas Vineyards
Take a trip to the award winning Karnas vineyard for a tour and tasty lunch with wine.
Bitez, the rather chilled village with a rhythmic, laid-back beachfront, sets itself apart from the throbbing party town of Gumbet, just next door. A welcoming, cool vibe exists here that is a bit bohemian in nature. Somewhat smaller than some of the other harborfronts, Bitez beach will entice you to put your sunglasses on, (or seek out one of the many shady venues there) and leisurely let the day unfold. Perfect for those couples with split interests--plenty of wifi and shady, well-serviced watering holes, while only steps away are many comfortable sunbeds and all with ever-so-relaxing tunes spilling out over the air. Bitez is unique and differs in character and appearance from all other resorts on the Bodrum peninsula. It portrays a comforting atmosphere of tranquility and calm, backed up by the beautiful sandy beach which is shaped in a half moon. The mountains backing the resort of Bitez village are covered with ripe olive and citrus trees producing tasty fruit at the end of summer. Don’t go to Bitez if you are looking for crowds and a fast paced lifestyle. Bitez village is about sitting back and enjoying the Turkish way of living.
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Bitez
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Bitez, the rather chilled village with a rhythmic, laid-back beachfront, sets itself apart from the throbbing party town of Gumbet, just next door. A welcoming, cool vibe exists here that is a bit bohemian in nature. Somewhat smaller than some of the other harborfronts, Bitez beach will entice you to put your sunglasses on, (or seek out one of the many shady venues there) and leisurely let the day unfold. Perfect for those couples with split interests--plenty of wifi and shady, well-serviced watering holes, while only steps away are many comfortable sunbeds and all with ever-so-relaxing tunes spilling out over the air. Bitez is unique and differs in character and appearance from all other resorts on the Bodrum peninsula. It portrays a comforting atmosphere of tranquility and calm, backed up by the beautiful sandy beach which is shaped in a half moon. The mountains backing the resort of Bitez village are covered with ripe olive and citrus trees producing tasty fruit at the end of summer. Don’t go to Bitez if you are looking for crowds and a fast paced lifestyle. Bitez village is about sitting back and enjoying the Turkish way of living.
This traditional Turkish bathhouse has been in operation since 1749. Located in the centre of Bodrum (opposite the bus station), it is very reasonably priced with good service provided. The bathhouse has separate areas for men and women. Lockers and towels are provided. The hot area contains a large heated marble platform which you lie on which helps the body begin to perspire. The person who serves you will scrub your body and give a massage. For first timers, this can feel sore at first. Allow an hour or so to experience the full treatment.
Bodrum Hammam
48 Cevat Şakir Cad./fabrika Sok.
This traditional Turkish bathhouse has been in operation since 1749. Located in the centre of Bodrum (opposite the bus station), it is very reasonably priced with good service provided. The bathhouse has separate areas for men and women. Lockers and towels are provided. The hot area contains a large heated marble platform which you lie on which helps the body begin to perspire. The person who serves you will scrub your body and give a massage. For first timers, this can feel sore at first. Allow an hour or so to experience the full treatment.
Guvercinlik is one of the less well-known resorts on the Bodrum peninsula, however it can still claim fame as a stunning destination surrounded by beautiful flora and fauna. It is a small bay, nestled in from the Aegean Sea by fields of pine and olive trees. Located directly off the sparkling coastline of Guvercinlik is the island of Salih and this is where the mystery begins. Locals claim the island is the location of the ancient city of Karyanda however no ruins have been found to prove this. This resort is bypassed by many in favour of the big lights of Bodrum town however they miss out on a unique location that showcases Turkey in the best way possible.
Güvercinlik
Guvercinlik is one of the less well-known resorts on the Bodrum peninsula, however it can still claim fame as a stunning destination surrounded by beautiful flora and fauna. It is a small bay, nestled in from the Aegean Sea by fields of pine and olive trees. Located directly off the sparkling coastline of Guvercinlik is the island of Salih and this is where the mystery begins. Locals claim the island is the location of the ancient city of Karyanda however no ruins have been found to prove this. This resort is bypassed by many in favour of the big lights of Bodrum town however they miss out on a unique location that showcases Turkey in the best way possible.
Bogazici is possibly one of the best kept secrets of the Bodrum Peninsula. It remains a charming resort that suits only those who are looking for carefree days, fine dining and relaxing with friends in a picturesque scene. Bogazici has managed to maintain it original character and so is a good introduction into Turkish living. Located in a bay, the crystal waters of the Aegean Sea and green fields filled with pine trees make the perfect background for your holiday picture album. During the summer, the restaurants of Bogazici are kept busy thanks to their reputation for fine fish cuisine and during the winter, the area is home to Pink flamingoes that flock to the nearby salt lake of Tuzla. Bird watchers will delight in spotting all the varieties of birds that have made the salt lake of Tuzla their home.
Boğaziçi
Bogazici is possibly one of the best kept secrets of the Bodrum Peninsula. It remains a charming resort that suits only those who are looking for carefree days, fine dining and relaxing with friends in a picturesque scene. Bogazici has managed to maintain it original character and so is a good introduction into Turkish living. Located in a bay, the crystal waters of the Aegean Sea and green fields filled with pine trees make the perfect background for your holiday picture album. During the summer, the restaurants of Bogazici are kept busy thanks to their reputation for fine fish cuisine and during the winter, the area is home to Pink flamingoes that flock to the nearby salt lake of Tuzla. Bird watchers will delight in spotting all the varieties of birds that have made the salt lake of Tuzla their home.
Dolphin-Assisted Therapy (DAT) is a worldwide and successful method which is used to treat physical or mental disorders. Efficiency and uniqueness; based on various parallel therapeutic interactions. In addition to the ultrasounds made up by dolphins and a direct contact is established with an extraordinary animal. Both session responsible therapist and participant are exposed to the contact in the environment enhanced by water. Bodrum Dolphin Park has unique conditions that are not similar to other dolphin parks – the dolphins live in natural environments, show their natural behaviour and use the power of sonar. The most important benefit of dolphin-assisted treatment is the direct contact with the dolphins which are successful at motivating patients; the ultrasound created by the dolphins’ sonar that stimulate the nerve system of the patients. In addition, the water environment makes physical exercises easier and more effective. If you want to spend unique time with our dolphins, to swim with them, to get away from the life stress, to dance, to feed them and immortalise these moments, you can visit the facility and have an unforgettable day. The park is located on the main road to Bodrum.
Bodrum Dolphin Park - Yunus Gösteri Merkezi
Dolphin-Assisted Therapy (DAT) is a worldwide and successful method which is used to treat physical or mental disorders. Efficiency and uniqueness; based on various parallel therapeutic interactions. In addition to the ultrasounds made up by dolphins and a direct contact is established with an extraordinary animal. Both session responsible therapist and participant are exposed to the contact in the environment enhanced by water. Bodrum Dolphin Park has unique conditions that are not similar to other dolphin parks – the dolphins live in natural environments, show their natural behaviour and use the power of sonar. The most important benefit of dolphin-assisted treatment is the direct contact with the dolphins which are successful at motivating patients; the ultrasound created by the dolphins’ sonar that stimulate the nerve system of the patients. In addition, the water environment makes physical exercises easier and more effective. If you want to spend unique time with our dolphins, to swim with them, to get away from the life stress, to dance, to feed them and immortalise these moments, you can visit the facility and have an unforgettable day. The park is located on the main road to Bodrum.
Dive Academy Bodrum, was founded in 2015 with 17 years of experience, provide a high level of service to everyone from the first dive to experienced dive groups with the Berk D. boat of 50 people on the Halikarnas Pier. There are 20-25 sites commonly used by dive boats in the permitted recreational diving zone that stretches between Orak Island and the western rocky Kargı islets. Featuring reefs, walls, caves—and even three purposely sunk wrecks— some dive sites are suitable for beginners, while others are only for experienced divers. Most diving is centered around Karaada or Black Island, lying to the east of Bodrum. The tree and maquis-covered island is a large natural reserve with bays and coves offering swimming spots for day cruise boats. Certain bays are left to the dive operators. While a good range of small fish can be seen, sometimes, if you are lucky, stingrays, turtles or dolphins pass by.
Dive Academy Bodrum
Dive Academy Bodrum, was founded in 2015 with 17 years of experience, provide a high level of service to everyone from the first dive to experienced dive groups with the Berk D. boat of 50 people on the Halikarnas Pier. There are 20-25 sites commonly used by dive boats in the permitted recreational diving zone that stretches between Orak Island and the western rocky Kargı islets. Featuring reefs, walls, caves—and even three purposely sunk wrecks— some dive sites are suitable for beginners, while others are only for experienced divers. Most diving is centered around Karaada or Black Island, lying to the east of Bodrum. The tree and maquis-covered island is a large natural reserve with bays and coves offering swimming spots for day cruise boats. Certain bays are left to the dive operators. While a good range of small fish can be seen, sometimes, if you are lucky, stingrays, turtles or dolphins pass by.
Bodrum - If you are looking for an alternative and extra-fun night, Bodrum Catamaran Club combines everything you need. Enjoy a night cruise and dance until the morning. Check recent reviews on-line, as these can be mixed. “The biggest floating disco in Europe” (quoted from BILD), has presented a unique party experience to the party people from around the world each summer since 1999. Anchored just next to the historical St. Peter’s Castle, the most popular night club of Bodrum welcomes its first visitors as the buzz on the famous Bars Street soars. After 10 pm, on the on the port, among the Turkish and foreign visitors sipping their first drinks prepared by the master barmen and barmaids are frequently the stars of the television, cinema, music and jet set circle. As the rhythm of the night and music picks up speed around past midnight, the party people get ready to groove whole night on the transparent dance floor just above the fishes, and they start to leave the port to flock the boat. CATAMARAN party boat leaves the shore with its four bars in different concepts, VIP booths, customary dance shows, glamorous dancers and famous DJs and the night gets fired up and the dance aboard begins. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3OBjiAoQ7Y
Club Catamaran
Bodrum - If you are looking for an alternative and extra-fun night, Bodrum Catamaran Club combines everything you need. Enjoy a night cruise and dance until the morning. Check recent reviews on-line, as these can be mixed. “The biggest floating disco in Europe” (quoted from BILD), has presented a unique party experience to the party people from around the world each summer since 1999. Anchored just next to the historical St. Peter’s Castle, the most popular night club of Bodrum welcomes its first visitors as the buzz on the famous Bars Street soars. After 10 pm, on the on the port, among the Turkish and foreign visitors sipping their first drinks prepared by the master barmen and barmaids are frequently the stars of the television, cinema, music and jet set circle. As the rhythm of the night and music picks up speed around past midnight, the party people get ready to groove whole night on the transparent dance floor just above the fishes, and they start to leave the port to flock the boat. CATAMARAN party boat leaves the shore with its four bars in different concepts, VIP booths, customary dance shows, glamorous dancers and famous DJs and the night gets fired up and the dance aboard begins. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3OBjiAoQ7Y
Bodrum's biggest shopping centre - Midtown Shopping Centre opened in June 2012 in the Ortakent area. There are many national and international shops and facilities for food & beverage.
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Midtown Shopping Center
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Bodrum's biggest shopping centre - Midtown Shopping Centre opened in June 2012 in the Ortakent area. There are many national and international shops and facilities for food & beverage.