Bodrum, Turkey

Bodrum rises on the site of the ancient Halicarnassus on a peninsula opposite the Greek island of Kos, and it has become a favorite international destinations for tourists, singers and artists, and a well-served yachting port.
Among the main attractions not to miss, is the Castle built by the Rhodes Knights on what was a small island overlooking the port, today united to the mainland.

The town is served by the Bodrum-Milas International Airport with frequent connections to many airports in the Uk and Ireland, Germany, Belgium, Paris. A large highway connects the airport to the center of Bodrum, with a comfortable 30 minutes drive by car or taxi, and there is a bus service (the HAVAS line) from the airport to Bodrum Otogar bus station. From Bodrum it is possible to enjoy fine trips along the coast by boat or ferry, to the Aegean Islands as Kos, which is opposite the peninsula, and other places along the Turkish Riviera.