Few sights match that of sailing into the Bodrum Peninsula… With rolling hills to either side of you,
the crusader Castle of St. John juts far off into the sea, yachts and sailing vessels of all kinds docked
right outside its walls. It is one of the most picturesque sites in Turkey. Although Bodrum was home
to the “Father of History”- Herotodus, and to one of the Seven Wonders of the World- the Mausoleum, which has largely disappeared, today Bodrum is hardly all tranquillity, quiet, and picturesque views.
There is a vibrant, colourful nightlife scene, with famous late-night discos and bars making Bodrum a prime vacation destination on the South Aegean. So whether you want to relax or just let loose, Bodrum
is a fantastic place to enjoy a little sun, a little fun, maybe some dancing, and probably a lot of wine, all
in a stunning setting on the light-blue Aegean, and all imbued with that certain Turkish charm.