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The Most Popular Tourist Destinations on the Bodrum Peninsula in Turkey
Bodrum is peppered with historical sights, including the renovated Bodrum Castle & Museum of Underwater Archaeology. A glitzy Marina is balanced out by quaint cobbled back-streets. The multitude of restaurants, bars, shops and cultural events make this location a year-round destination.
It’s bustling sprawling market is a Saturday staple, and it’s Marina and Ferry services gives Bodrum a run for its money. Lots of restaurants, bars and shopping to keep you busy, and memorable sunsets to still your soul. Enjoy the 17km stretch of coastline that boasts a myriad of bays and beaches.
Bitez Beach is well known for it's shallow moon-shaped bay, boat trips and varied selection of restaurants, bars and shopping down at the water's edge, and a laid -back local vibe in Bitez village.
Known locally as an artistic hub attracting painters and sculptors, this fishing village with a historic past hosts its own international music festival. It has a varied collection of seafood restaurants that overlook the perennially excavated Rabbit Island.
This once tranquil sponge and fishing village has been injected with a new persona with the arrival of the deepest marina in Turkey, and accompanying shops and brands that line it. But this destination is more than one-dimensional.
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