Bodrum

Bodrum, aka Halicarnassos is an ancient peninsula where Herodotus was born and holds the site of King Mausolous’ Tomb (4th century B.C.), one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Bodrum is not only famous for its ancient history but also its dazzling blue gulf, charming bays in where the Aegean and the Mediterranean meet.
Fener bay, Sedir island, English Harbour, Seven Islands, Çökertme bay are some of the bays with magnificent deep blue in Gökova gulf you shouldn’t miss. Değirmen Bükü welcomes you with hills covered by all-time green pine trees and bays each more beautiful than the other. Hırsız koyu is a little inlet has a charming view with its colours, glittery water and sound of singing birds.

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Çökertme

Çökertme Bay, a perfect reflection of nature, is a destination that has managed to preserve its tranquility. This place, which has been declared as a Natural Protection Area and not zoned for construction, is among the unspoiled beauties. The turquoise-colored clear waters, mostly sand-based, is perfect for snorkeling. ’İhtiyar Balıkçı’ (Old Fisherman), is a tavern to taste traditional flavors attending a spectacular view. You can reach Arpa Bükü Bay (Barley Bay) by following the walking path (7-8 minutes) at the back of the tavern. It is a frequent destination for nature lovers with its trekking route in between the bays. Having an access to the location where the ‘Dairy Philosopher’ movie was shot is among the features that attract attention to this bay.

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English Harbour

English Harbor has been a significant place for all civilizations, throughout the history scene due to its geopolitical location. It took the name "English Harbor" after becoming a port of refuge for the British submarines that escaped from the German navy during World War II. English Harbour is accepted as a center for boats as it is a natural harbor. A natural silence prevails in this place where there is no wind, hence no touch of waves. Framed by the surrounding pine trees, blue and green create a unique combination where the reeds decorate the scene from time to time.

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Kissebükü (sac bay)

Having sustained civilizations between the 2nd century BC and the 6th century BC this bay contains many historical ruins and is an important destination for culture and art lovers. Two churches, two baths, the ruins of the commercial harbor, watchtowers, water tanks and the city walls are sights worth-seeing. This place, which has managed to remain untouched with all its attractions, always maintains its harmony with nature. The still sea, walking routes, centuries-old olive trees are among the other features. Located at the end of the pebble beach, the cold water spring coming out of the rocks attracts visitors.

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Longoz (Deep Spot)

Narrow-mouthed and shallow to the west, the bay is known for its tranquility and isolation from civilization. This place decorated with the reeds is a suitable option for landscape photography lovers. There is a restaurant and a small pier by the river on the south coast. The walking routes behind the restaurant can take you to the neighboring bays.

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Orak Island (Sickle Island)

There is no settlement on the island which is named after its satellite view of a sickle image. This place, dominated by olive groves, is a must-go destination for explorers. With crystal clear waters and the white sand sea floor, Orak island resembles Miami Beach. The peeling effect of the sea sand is among its famous features. There are underwater rocks in the west of the bay. The south coast is an ideal diving point for underwater sports. There are unique sights such as the cave, covered with purple sponge and an underwater wall, in the diving area.

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Pabuç Cape (Shoe Cape)

Pabuç Cape is named after its satellite view of a shoe image. It is a natural wonder place where you can feel the dominance of the maquis texture in the best way. The color of the water is reminiscent of the emerald hue. The cape is just like an unforgettable photo frame with its color harmony. There is a holiday village to the north.

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Sedir Island (Cedar Island)

Sedir Island is named after the surrounding cedar trees, planted centuries ago. It is a 1st degree archaeological and natural site and has been declared as a special environmental protection zone. Protected under the Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism, this place enjoys great popularity. The reason for its popularity is that it is known as the 'Cleopatra Island' where the Cleopatra beach consists of limestone droplets that are formed by geological formations. These limestone droplets are impressive with their soft and golden appearance. It is forbidden to take this valuable sand out of the beach. Pine, cedar and olive trees nestle the world-famous beach. You can often see the ruins of the ancient city of Kedrai, all over the island. These ruins are: Apollo Sacred Temple 2500 Person Theater Necropolis (grave) ruins Great Basilica Chapel Ruins Agora (Center for commercial events) Fortification walls Cistern (many) Ancient Harbor

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Seven Islands

Seven islands, 5 small islands and 2 islets, consist of small chain islands close to the coast. The islands seem to be hanging in the sky and are surrounded by frankincense trees and coral rocks. There are trekking routes covered with pine trees. The islands are known for their rich underwater world and being a great point for sailing sports thanks to its famous breeze. It has become an important destination for those who enjoy nature walks and water sports.

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