3000 years of history harmoniously merge with the present day at this beautiful location on the coast of the Aegean Sea in Turkey. As Halicarnassus was made famous in Antiquity for being one of the seven wonders of the world due to King Mausolus’ tomb, today’s town of Bodrum owes its unique reputation to its typical Bodrum houses, Turkish gulets and its incredibly high-octane nightlife that ensures that party goers really get their money’s worth here.

Bodrum has its location and pleasantly warm yet breezy Mediterranean climate to thank for the growing stream of tourists who are in turn themselves to thank for the economic upturn of the whole region.

Bodrum has the ideal conditions for surfing, diving and all types of water sports. Through local and state regulations buildings here are restricted to a height of 2 storeys, which distinguishes Bodrum from other tourist towns in Turkey. Many small towns in the area offer romantic and picturesque resorts, solitary bays and beaches, time for tranquillity and absolute relaxation!