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You'll notice that once you arrive on your flights to Bodrum, known in ancient times as Halikarnassus, the city rests on the azure waters of the Aegean Sea steeped in a rich Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman history that permeates the city.

Hotels in Bodrum range from little pensions and budget backpackers to hilltop villas, luxury resorts and ritzy boutique hotels. Gumbet is known for its non-stop nightlife while Turgut Reis, just 25 minutes by car or minibus, has beautiful villas and apartments close to water sport and horse riding facilities. The Ada Hotel boasts its own beach and a luxury hamam in beautiful walled grounds while Bodrum Backpacker’s cheap dorms are just 100 metres from the beach. Atami Hotel in Paradise Bay is a slice of tranquillity or there is the Kaya Pension, family friendly and close to the Marina’s shops and restaurants. The hotel Ada Ev is a quirky one-room hotel in a renovated ancient Tower House in the oldest building in Bodrum while the Manastir, with exquisite Castle views, is the oldest boutique hotel in the city.

Boat tours, windsurfing, swimming and diving provide endless fun for those who love water while Bordrum Castle, the Amphitheatre and the picturesque white-stone windmills that dot the landscape offer plenty to see on dry land. Soak and steam your cares away in a traditional Turkish Hamam, barter for bargains in colourful outdoor markets and marvel at the Mausoleum of Halikarnassus; one of the Seven Wonders of the World dating back to 355 BC. 

As the sun sets over the crystal clear Aegean waters, Bodrum begins to twinkles in the dusk. Harbour restaurants, bars and clubs come to life and the tantalising aromas of koftas and mezze mingle with soft music and float away over the ancient city.

Did you know..?

Don’t miss the secret Museum of Underwater Archaeology in the depths of Bodrum Castle. Shipwrecks and their sunken treasures fill the rooms.

The name Bodrum means ‘underground cellar’ in Turkish and comes from the ancient ruins that fill the city.

Records show that Bodrum was inhabited from as early as 7th century BC, when it was known as Halikarnassus.