Bodrum, with its bohemian atmosphere and elitist, is a picturesque village situated on the Aegean coast, on a peninsula near the island of Kos. It is a good place to start a trip along the coast cariene, with its panorama of mythology and history, with a typical Mediterranean architecture with spectacular sandy beaches and rocky coves.
The resort is dotted with restaurants , hotels and boutiques , bars and discos. Its beach , though not very sandy, the water is famous for care remains shallow for general KNOW safe swimming for children.
Gumbet (în traducere 'cisternă de apă') se află la 5 km de Bodrum și are o plajă lungă, nisipoasă, presărată de hoteluri.
Guvercinlik is one of the lesser known resorts in the Bodrum peninsula, however, it is famous for the amazing flora and fauna it is surrounded by. It is a small bay, located on the Aegean Sea, with fields of pine and olive trees.
Torba is a seaside village near Bodrum in Mugla Province, Turkey.
Ortakent is a city divided into two - the inner business district and the beach area. It is located near the intermediate point between Bodrum and Turgutreis.
In the center of Bodrum, Zeki Muren via Street and pass in front Halikarnas Disco, you came to yacht owners of yachts pulling area called "Bindirek Vadisi 'columns Valley 1001".
Located on the seashore between two steep hills and surrounded by pine forests and plantations mandarin, Gundogan resort is an oasis of peace and tranquility in Bodrum Peninsula
Yalikavak is a city simply amazing 'elegant resort with an extremely wide range of points of interest.
Milas is an ancient city and the seat of the district of the same name in Muğla Province in southwestern Turkey. The city commands a region with an active economy, and the region is very rich in history and its remains, the whole territory of Milas district containing a remarkable twenty-seven archaeological sites of note. The city was the first capital of ancient Caria and of the Anatolian beylik of Menteşe in medieval times. There was a Jewish community.