The port town of Bodrum is conveniently located in Turkey’s Mugla Province. It lies in the southwestern Aegean Region on the southern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula near the Gulf of Gokova and the Greek island of Kos, making it a great base from which to explore the region. Bodrum is a renowned international port and is very popular among seafaring travelers as well as more traditional tourists, thanks in part to its warm and mild Mediterranean climate.


The city has been settled since ancient times and is home to a magnificent 15th century castle that stands sentry overlooking the port. Yachting enthusiasts will be thrilled at the stunning coastline, pristine peaches and clear waters, which are brimming with small fishing villages just waiting to be explored. If water sports are your thing, take heart! Bodrum features a wide variety of activities to suite any skill level, including catamarans, parasailing, jet skis and windsurfing, to name only a few!


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