The Bodrum Peninsula lies opposite the Greek island of Kos and between Turkey’s brasher resort areas of Kusadasi and Marmaris.
Bodrum is a port city in the southwestern region of Aegean Coast, renowned in antiquity under its ancient name, Halicarnassus. It is the home of underwater archeology of shipwrecks dating back centuries. Due to its vast diversity, from its stirring historical heritage to its contemporary exhilarating way of life, Bodrum is one of the most popular holiday resorts on the Aegean Sea.
Sandy beaches, refreshing blue bays, calm azure seas, boutique hotels, trendy restaurants, beach parties and clubs welcome a variety of international adventure seekers.
While it is indeed a fashionable resort town on the Mediterranean, with its marinas, clubs and smartly-dressed high-end clientele from all around the world, the feel of the peninsula is French Riviera with an exotic twist.