Bodrum Weekly Market Days
After Turgutreis Saturday Pazar, the Bodrum weekly market is the next largest one on the Bodrum Peninsula.
- At Tuesday’s Textile market the stalls consist of clothing and bags, bedding and household items.
- On Friday’s it’s the main fruit and vegetable Market
- There’s a smaller fruit and vegetable market on Thursday’s
The pazar is easy to find. Just head to the Dolmus Station, and the covered pazar is on the north side of the station. There’s a huge entrance way with a Bodrum Belediyesi sign above the entrance.
Bodrum Market can get really crowed and busy, especially when the cruise boats have docked or the day trippers from Kos have landed. But wandering around this local Turkish pazar when it’s packed and noisy is half of the fun – the other half, is haggling for the best prices.
Inside the Bodrum Market on a Tuesday:
Despite all the knock-off brand clothing and textiles, you can still find the occasional local stall-holder plying their wares. Here’s a local villager selling some fruit and vegetables by the entrance of the market:
Layout of Bodrum Market:
If you’re in Bodrum on market day, it’s worth looking around the stalls and shopping for yourself or souvenirs to take home.