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Acibadem Hospital Bodrum


Palmalife Bodrum Resort & SPA

Boutique Hotel

Cactus Flower Hotel Türkbükü

Boutique Hotel

3S Beach Club

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Taskule Otel Yalıkavak

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Bodrum’s Top Nearby Ancient Sights

Bodrum’s Top Nearby Ancient Sights

Sedir Island - Cedreae

Sedir Island is accessible by sea via Gokova , Akyaka or Camilkoy and is a fantastic place to visit for its wonderful natural beauty, it is a place full of historical value having a Temple of Apollo, an ancient theatre and port, and also the famous Cleopatra’s Beach thus making it a very worthwhile excursion.

Milas or Mylasa

This once ancient city and capital of the region is rich in Ottoman , Seljuk , Byzantine and Roman discoveries such as the Zeus Carius Temple with its 12ft (3.5m) high columns and wall, an ancient city gate (Baltali Kapi), mausoleum (Gumuskesen, an 18th century caravansary (a roadside inn) and the Aga Camii Mosque. It also has famous wooden houses that add to the cultural heritage this destination has to offer.


The history of Becin goes back to 2,000 BC and is located on a hill high above the city of Milas. The ancient ruins here include the Ahmet Gazi & Kara Pasa Medresesi (Madrasas), Bey Hamam (Turkish bath) and the Beykonagi, Kizilhan and Yeli Mosques (Camii).


This ancient city near to the coastline is 28km from Milas, and from the excavations carried out here have unearthed relics dating back to 3,000 BC.  This destination is very popular with locals and tourist alike, not only for its many good fish restaurants but also the restored historical ruins, its natural and beautiful landscape, ancient port and for the museum that displays many important archaeological finds.


This ancient city was named after the mythological hero Heraclitos and is located in the village of Kapkiri off the Milas - Soke road.  Ruins here include a 6.5km stretch of wall that had 65 towers, and other remains dating from ancient Hellenistic times blend in with the community there today.

Miletus or Miletos

In the 8th and 9th century BC after the arrival of Hellenistic settlements Miletus reached its zenith, which grew from marine commerce, and experienced a full cultural growth as can be seen today from the outstanding theatre and Ottoman social complex that underwent recent restoration.  Miletos is also the home of Thales, the Greek philosopher, who denounced mythology and was the leading light in the revolution of science.


This is located in the village of Eskihisar off the Yatagan - Milas road. There are ruins here dating from the 3rd century BC in the time of Syrian King Seleucus I and from where building materials were removed and taken to construct the city of Eskihisar.  

Bodrum Photos

Bodrum Catamaran Club

Gulluk Bodrum

Gumusluk Bodrum

Marina Yacht Club Bodrum


Myndos Gate Bodrum

Bodrum Property For Sale


3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom Detached


4 Bedroom 3 Bathroom Detached


2 Bedroom Apartment in Gumusluk


4 Bedroom 3 Bathroom Fully

Turkish Food Recipes

Haydari with Carrots - Vegetable Mezes

Cold Meze

Hunter’s Kebab - Red Meat Courses

Main Course

Crispy Pastry - Pastries

Tea Time Pastry

Turkish Kidney Bean Soup - Soup

Fish Borek - Seafood Mezes

Hot Meze

Cocoa Cake - Cakes & Cookies

Tea Time Pastry

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