Home to various luxurious resorts, Bodrum is a renowned holiday peninsula known for its climate and natural beauty.
The history lovers will enjoy examining the ruins of the Mausoleum, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and exploring the shopping on market day. There is also the castle of St. Peter to explore. The peninsula is home of many Ottoman-era cisterns and olive groves and has been a famous Turkish vacation spot for many years.
If you’re looking to relax, Bodrum offers spas, restaurants and a number of gorgeous beaches. There are also clubs if you enjoy the nightlife. The only downside is that the Bodrum Peninsula has become a very popular tourist destination, so if you don’t like crowds you may want to visit on the off-season.