Ancient Places to Visit in Bodrum
Bodrum Ancient TheatreSituated on the Bodrum - Turgutreis road, the theatre used to host 13,000 people. While you are in Bodrum, you should definately visit this beautiful structure.
Sepulchres or Rock Tombs(Kaya mezarlari in Turkish) Located little bit up the ancient theatre, is the rock tombs from the Helenistic and Roman periods.
Sedir Adeun KedreaeSedir Island is a place that is well worth visiting. To reach the island, you need to get on the boat from Camlikoy or Gokova Akyaka. Some of the places that you should visit includes the Apollo Temple, ancient theatre and the ancient harbour.
Myndos DoorMyndos door was one of the entrances to the Halikarnassos. Myndos door has two monumental towers and a door leading to a courtyard. The restoration for these were completed in 1999.
Cifit Castle AspatCifit kale or Cifit castle is located on the southwest of the peninsula, close to Bagla bay. Ruins from several civilisations are available in the castle.
Ancient Cities in BodrumMyndos - Gumusluk, Telmisos - Gurece, Termena - Akcaalan, Kadiyanda - Asagigol and Theangela - Etrin are some of the ancient cities that are worth visiting in Bodrum.
Stratonikeia RuinsRuins located on the Yatagan - Milas road are from the Karia, Roman and Byzantine periods.
LaginaLagina is an ancient town of Karia since the bronze age. Lagina is located 9km away from Turgut district of Yatagan.
CisternsBodrum peninsula has large number of cisterns called ' Gumbet'. These were constructed by wealthy businessmen.
Bodrum Castle or Saint PetrumBodrum Castle is built at the spot where Halikarnassos was first established. The castle is 30,000 sqm and has 5 towers.
Dodo Beach Club Bodrum
Macakizi Hotel Beach Club Bodrum
D Marin Yacht Marina in Turgutreis
Bodrum Property For Sale
Turkish Food Recipes
Lamb and Okra Stew - Red Meat Courses
Pursley with Olive Oil - Vegetable Courses
Noah's Pudding Asure - Other Desserts
Kidney Beans with Olive Oil, Potato and Carrot - Vegetable Courses
Semolina Halva or Irmik Helvasi - Other Desserts
Okra in Olive Oil - Vegetable Courses