The Bodrum peninsula stretches from the southwest coast of Turkey into the Aegean Sea.
Bodrum town is a tourist hotspot in the summer, with all the expected amenities, and well set up for holiday makers with beaches, bars and boat tours. As well as a thriving nightlife, Bodrum’s palm-lined promenade alongside the sparkling blue sea, the bustling marina, the narrow streets and magnificent castle mean that the town has plenty to offer. Lantern-lit seafood restaurants sit alongside intimate traditional cafes, and in spite of its popularity Bodrum remains elegant and sophisticated.
Further afield, throughout the peninsula there are rustic coastal villages and tranquil bays, many offering breath-taking sunset views. Well known as a sailing destination, yachts dot the azure waters and holiday makers can enjoy day trips exploring the bays and islands of Bodrum peninsula. Inland, ancient ruins and castles dating from the Crusades nestle amongst olive trees and tangerine groves, and many of our holiday villas offer views of mountains, lakes and the sea.