Bodrum Turkey Primeval Wonders of the World

Bodrum, previously Halicarnassus, is a dynamic coastal resort and a prevalent tourist destination on the southwest Mediterranean coastline of Turkey, in the Mugla Province. Bodrum is designated as “The Land of the Eternal Blue” by Homeros. Bodrum with its passionate nightlife, striking beaches, historic sites, eminent hotels and holiday villages, is one of the Turkey’s most popular holiday towns and prime resorts on the Aegean coastline.

Bodrum and its environments brag a host of ancient sites and outdoor activities. Its mostly broken-down Mausoleum of Mausolus once made Pliny's list of Primeval Wonders of the World. An antique 13,000-seat amphitheater lies on the road to Gumbet while approaching above Bodrum town is the Castle of St. Peter, constructed by Crusaders. Amongst its modern fascinations are its marina and Museum of Subaquatic Archaeology. The far-off hills, seashore and islands offer sites for biking, hiking, swimming, diving or sailing in gulets, customary Turkish wooden yachts.
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Bodrum's nightlife is one of the best attractions for both local and international visitors. Bodrum's nightlife doesn't actually get on its feet until after 1 a.m. and usually persists until the sun comes up. Start out gasping a nargileh at the Ottoman-style Old Cafe, then check out the mythical 5,000-capacity club Halikarnas, highlighting top-notch sound and lighting systems, fizz parties and free alcohol from 10 p.m. till 1 a.m. If you reach before 1:30 a.m., join the fluctuating party at Marine Club Catamaran, which takes its DJs and hopping crowd of up to 1,500 people offshore for 3-and-a-half hours every night.

As one of the hottest stopovers on both Turkey's local and international visitor tracks, a range of lodging selections have leaped up, plus hotels, hostels, guest houses and extravagant resorts in Bodrum town and the nearby area. The low-priced choices are mostly gathered towards the center of town while the most luxurious ones are usually further away. Select from dozens of budget places like the elementary but welcoming Merhaba Hotel, guest houses such as the centrally situated and helpful-staffed Sevin Pansiyon, or four-star digs like the hilltop Hawthorn Karaca Resort and the Marin Hotel, both set outside of Bodrum in appealing Turgutreis.

Bodrum's many restaurants gratify to all tastes, most of which can be found near the focus of town. Some of these contain doner kebaps at Atmaca Doner Salonu, fresh seafood at Berk Balik Restaurant, old Ottoman cuisine at Kocadon Restaurant and great-value three-course Mediterranean banquets at Kirmizi.

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