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The cosmopolitan resort of Bodrum has been a firm favourite with holidaymakers of all ages for many years. As one of the most captivating resorts in Turkey, Bodrum holidays offer a mix of east and west as well as old meets new. Set in a stunning bay where whitewashed buildings tumble down green hills to the beautiful beaches that are lapped by crystal clear waters of the Aegean Sea.
Overlooking the town centre is the fifteenth-century St Peter’s Castle, which was once a crusader outpost and now houses the Museum of Underwater Archaeology. The narrow streets wind around the castle to form Bodrum’s old town where there is a wide choice of shops selling everything from spices to luxury handmade jewellery or Turkish carpets and everything in between. Enjoy some time browsing the shops and haggle as hard as you can to pick up a good bargain.
There are many beaches in the Bodrum area which offer a mix of sand and shingle coves. Water sports are popular with the more energetic and offer everything from Jet-skis to paragliding. Families love the pedaloes which offer you the chance to snorkel a little further out from the shore. Sun beds line the beaches of Bodrum and offer a place to lie back and enjoy the warm sunshine. Family holidays in Bodrum are becoming more and more popular so early booking is recommended.
There is a good choice of self catering and all inclusive holidays in Bodrum. Many properties are family friendly, although more central properties are better suited to people looking for a lively holiday. The colourful marina teems with beautiful yachts, gulets and traditional fishing boats, surrounded by a variety of stylish cafes and restaurants, perfect for a nice cool drink whilst watching the world go by.
Even if you are all inclusive it is well worth visiting one of the many good quality restaurants in Bodrum, as all tastes are catered for you will find it easy to find something suitable. Seafood is always a good choice thanks to the many local fishermen bringing in the catch of the day. As well as traditional Turkish cuisine there are a wide range of international restaurants such as Chinese, Indian and Italian. Nearby Gumbet also has a huge choice of places to eat.
The old town is also where you will find most of the lively nightlife. When the sun goes down the bright neon lights are switched on and the area comes alive, buzzing with cosmopolitan bars and clubs, including the famous open-air Halikarnas disco. The resort really wakes up after sunset playing all the latest tunes and opening until the small hours of the morning.
Here at JLM Travel our friendly and knowledgeable team are waiting to hear from you. So for a great deal on a Bodrum holiday call us on 0191 391 0160 today!