Conde Nast Traveler Magazine: The most glamorous hangout in the Mediterranean.
New York Times: Is it the next St. Tropez?
Vogue Magazine: One of the ten hot travel spots in the world.

Despite all Bodrum’s newfound brightness, you can simultaneously fall in love with the simple Mediterranean life in this old fisherman village.

Situated on Turkey's southwestern Aegean coast, Bodrum peninsula quickly became one of the favorite destinations of Europe with its olive-green hillsides, purple bougainvilleas, paradisiacal coves and stylish bars, restaurants, and vibrant night life.

Bodrum is an ideal destination for group and individual travelers. Offers sensational elements to create flawless itinerary for travel and event planners.

The Birthplace of Blue Voyage

Bodrum, the birthplace of the blue voyage, has been a paradise elaborately preserved throughout history.

Bodrum's breathtaking Blue Voyage route covers an amazing color mixture of blue, green on the endless calm water of the south Aegean shores and ruins of ancient civilizations.

Vibrant Night Life

Bodrum night life is authentically Turkish yet completely international, progressive, barefoot, and sexy…

Seafood restaurants boasts an idyllic Mediterranean décor with its white wood tables surrounded by bougainvillea, rustic restaurant tables set literally in the water, bohemian bars offer possibly tone of the best sunsets in Mediterranean, eating, drinking and dancing all the way to the sea.

Home of Luxury Brands

Bodrum started booming like never before in the last decade and openings of world-famous brands keep taking the peninsula on to the next level.

Old favorites have been revived; The enlarged Yalikavak Marina is deep and glitzy enough to accommodate superyachts, international brands including Amanruya, Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental, The Edition, Six Senses Spa and Hotel are among the newcomers.

Enjoy the Crystal-Clear Water

Located at the junction of the two best seas in the world, the Aegean, and the Mediterranean, Bodrum is home to 67 blue-flag beaches and over 20 diving sites along the Peninsula with underwater landscapes cover reefs, caves, and sunken wrecks!

The seas swiftly change from shallow to astonishingly deep, with an abundant supply of fish, octopus, seaweed, seagrasses, and sea sponges.

Advanced divers can weave their way in and out of Red Lionfish, Barracudas, and Groupers as they tackle the Big and Small Reefs.

Hometown of “Herodotus”

Bodrum has a history dating back to the 12th century B.C.

The city was called 'Halicarnassus' and it was the birthplace of Herodotus; the 'Father of History' who lived in the 5th century B.C. The 'Mausoleum' of King Mausolus (350 B.C.) one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World is in this city. The only structure that survived from the Classical Era is the Amphitheatre.

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