The sun shines differently here. The nights are longer, the drinks more enjoyable. You have to experience it to truly understand the attraction of Bodrum.
Bodrum is a port city in Muğla Province, in the southwestern Aegean Region of Turkey. The city was called Halicarnassus of Caria in ancient times and was famous for housing the Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Bodrum Castle, built by the Crusaders in the 15th century, overlooks the harbour and the marina.
The castle grounds include a Museum of Underwater Archeology and hosts several cultural festivals throughout the year.
Until the 1960's the town was a fishing village which changed when a number of Turkish intellectuals gathered and wrote about Bodrum.
Most notable of the these was Cevat Sakir 'The Fisherman of Hallikarnassus', an Oxford Educated Turk who devoted his time to writing and planting numerous plants and trees which continue to dot the landscape of the Town.
His book the 'Blue Voyage' describing gullet trips around the Turkish coast. Not far from town, you can swim in absolutely clear, tideless, warm seas. Underwater divers, especially, will want to explore the numerous reefs, caves and majestic rock formations.
The waters offering an immense variety of aquatic life.


Routes can be planned according to your choice, your plan will only be limited with the weather conditions and the duration of your stay.
Please see two of our most preferred routes as an example and contact for more options.
Bodrum - Gökova - Bodrum
Bodrum – Mersincik
Mersincik – Bordubet Koyu
Bordubet Koyu – Yedi Adalari
Yedi Adalari – English Harbour
English Harbour – Sehir Adalari via Sogut Sehir Adalari – Akbuk
Akbuk – Cokertme
Cokertme – Bodrum via Kargicik Buku
Bodrum - Greek islands - Bodrum
Bodrum – Kos
Kos - Kalimnos
Kalimnos – Patmos via Leros Patmos – Didim (Altinkum) via Arki Didim – Turkbuku
Turkbuku – Yalikavak
Yalikavak – Turgutreis via Catal Ada Turgutreis – Bodrum