Some Tips for Bodrum

Here you will find some tips for Bodrum!

Bodrum Trip – Interactive Google Maps with Tips
Created on Aug 12, 2011 · By Aydin Can

Bodrum Kalesi
So this is the most focus landmark in Bodrum, as the name refers it’s the Bodrum castle, it was built in 1402 today used as the Underwater Archaeology Museum. You may also check the summer program, sometimes there are concerts, dance shows, etc. For more information, opening hours and fees:

Entrance to Barlar Sokağı
Barlar Sokağı = Street of Bars 🙂 here you can walk the 2km long, the most famous street of Bodrum, where you can find shops, local and international restaurants and clubs, discos and bars.

Halikarnas Disco
This is one of the most famous discotheque of Bodrum, everynight has a different subject such as ladies nights, foam party night, all you can drink etc.

Antique Amphitheatre
I guess the name say it all. You should check and inform yourself about the summer program as well as attend to a show or concert here.

Dedeman Aquapark
If you love water-slides and tide pools than it’s the best place in Bodrum to have fun for opening hours and the fees check this link:

Yalıkavak Marina
One of the newest structures in Yalıkavak, it’s a very nice environment with little interesting shops, a supermarket and good restaurants. You don’t need to have a yacht to enter but the yachts you see may make want one. 🙂 In Port Marina Yalıkavak, you can attend concerts as well.

Windmills and Yalıkavak Scene
One of the best spots to stop and take some photos with the Yalıkavak View behind, you will also find three windmills which are the symbols of Yalıkavak here.

Here you will find a nice windmill, they are the symbols of Yalıkavak, you will even see it in the logos of the district. This windmill is privately owned and changed in to a little souvenirs shop.

Kavaklı Köfteci
Here you will find one of the nicest restaurants of the town, where you can enjoy specially prepared meatballs with a delicious bread and ayran (special Turkish jogurt drink), the restaurant also has a website but just in Turkish language

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