Bodrum, a port city in the Turkish province of Mugla, is located in the southwestern part of the Aegean region of the country, on the southern coast of Bodrum. This fascinating city of Bodrum attracts tourists from all over the world, palm-shaded seaside roads are woven and walked, and the bay is moored with numerous luxury yachts.
Bodrum has an active, friendly and open-minded atmosphere and is home to famous Turkish artists. There are many small galleries. Under the influence of these artists, Bodrum formed a quiet and happy way of life. When night falls, Bodrums like to sit in a restaurant, enjoy the seafood and other specialties of the Aegean Sea, then go to a nightclub, you can play until dawn.
Due to its geographical location is very close to the famous Greek island of Santorini, the overall architectural style is very similar to that of Greece. Most of the buildings are dominated by blue and white, creating a Mediterranean summer vacation style. And the Bodrum Castle, built by the Crusaders in the 15th century, overlooks the entire port and the promenade. The castle includes an underwater archaeological museum that hosts several cultural festivals throughout the year. Today, Bodrum is a summer resort in Turkey and the internationally renowned Blue Voyage Yacht Center.