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Bodrum is my favorite in the Aegean coast of Turkey. I have visited this
beautiful town many times in the past 22 years and I still discover new places
each time I visit. And I am not talking about new hotels, bars, restaurants
or amusement parks. What makes this town so special is that it is built at
the base of the Bodrum peninsula, home to many small towns and tiny
villages, both inland and along the coast. The word Bodrum refers not only
to the town but also to the peninsula. When Turkish people say they are
going to Bodrum it may or may not be the town center they are refering to.
So they may need to specifically state the village they are going to visit.|
This peninsula along with the town of Bodrum itself attracts travelers from all over the world.
Where to stay in Bodrum:
Turgut Reis and Yalikavak are two other major villages around which hotels, holiday villages and time-shares are located. These are about 25 minutes away from Bodrum city center by car or minibus. The other well known spots are Ortakent and Yahsi .
What to do in Bodrum: