Bodrum is a hotspot for property investment and holiday homes in beautifiul exotic Turkey. Bodrum is famous for its whitewashed buildings draped in bourgainvilla and you will find many souvenirs depicting this image.
There are several resorts to choose from offering villas and apartments in complexes, Bitez close to Bodrum, Gumbet in the next bay, Ortakent half way along the Bodrum peninsula, Turgutreis at the far end, Gumusluk in the west and Yalikavak in the north.
It is a perfect choice for your Mediterranean home, steeped in history and full of charm where you can enjoy lazy days by the crystal blue water or magic walks on the hills. There is also so much to see further afield in the surrounding countryside. Bodrum is home to the Castle of St Peter dating back to the crusades and Herodotus known as the father of History.
Bodrum is close to many other tourist destinations and is suitable for modern life alongside rural life with 3 main hospitals, many supermarkets and 3 marinas. Bodrum nightlife is second to none with an abundance of shops, bars and restaurants and is home to the Halikarnassus disco one of the largest in the world. The Bodrum climate during the long Turkish summer is especially comfortable as it is where the Mediterranean sea meets the Aegean and creates a unique air quality. The warm clear blue waters are perfect for swimming and other water activities and of course the famous ‘Blue cruise’.
Homer called Bodrum, "The land of eternal blue". Another resident of Bodrum, Cevat Sakir, said, "The heavenly bliss of life in Bodrum is better than any eternal bliss that may await us", and these words were not without foundation in reality! Throughout history Bodrum has always been fought over and people have been unwilling to share its beauty with others.
Bodrum has it’s own airport being close to the town and there are two new golf courses and bearthing pier for ships lately constructed.
a- Bodrum / Gümüslük |
b- Bodrum / Yalikavak |
c- Bodrum / Merkez |
d- Bodrum / Turgutreis |
e- Bodrum / Kadikalesi |
f- Bodrum / Ortakent |
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