Bodrum - Things to do & Attractions
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Top Things to do in Bodrum
Visit Greece for a Day!
Feel like getting away for a day? Take a day trip by hydrofoil from Bodrum to Kos! You’ll have enough time to explore the beautiful old town and Asclepion, an ancient healing centre and the birthplace of Hippocrates - the father of medicine. With children under 7 going free this is a great value-for-money full-day excursion for the family.
Relax and Enjoy
Fancy escaping from the hustle and bustle? Why not experience a genuine Turkish bath, including a typical Turkish massage and pampering treatments. Bliss!
Go on Safari!
Explore the real Turkey on a Jeep Safari down beaten tracks, forest trails and mountain paths. This is a great adventure and a fun way to see what’s beyond the tourist towns!
If the kids are feeling restless, what better way to let them blow off some steam than a visit to Aqua Park, the biggest water park in Turkey, while you relax in the sun – or join them on the rides!
Bodrum – Quick Facts
- Flight Time from UK:
- Average flight time is 4 hours
- Turkish Lira
- Opening Times:
- Banks are normally open on weekdays from 08.30 – 12.00. In tourist areas also from 13.30 – 17.00.
- Shops are generally open Monday - Saturday 09.30 – 13.00 / 14.00 and some also open 14.00 – 19.00.
- Temperatures in Bodrum can range between an average of 28°C in July and August and 11°C in January and February.
- Country Code: +90
- Area Code: (0) 252
- Ambulance/Medical: 112
- Fire: 110
- Police: 155
- EU standard, 220 V
Getting Around in Bodrum
- Dolmus Bus
- These “mini-buses” are a frequent and cheap way of getting around in Bodrum.
- All Dolmus buses leave and return to the bus station in Bodrum,
- Dolmus buses don’t have stops - they can be flagged down anywhere on the street!
- They are usually colour-coded by destination, have their destination shown on the front and fares displayed above the windscreen.
- Taxis are fairly cheap for a short journey, but can become quite expensive for longer journeys so it may be worth negotiating a fare before hand.
- Taxi fares may also be more expensive during the night than in daytime.
- There are plenty of international and local car rental companies located around Bodrum, and car hire is a great way to explore the city and beyond at your own pace.
Bodrum is one of the busiest and most popular resorts on Turkey’s Aegean Coast. Whether you’re looking to relax and top up your tan or discover Turkey’s historical wonders, you won’t be short of things to do in Bodrum.
Ideal for that last-minute getaway or well-deserved summer break. Bodrum caters for everyone, with the variety of things to do in Bodrum ranging from a beautiful array of beaches, trendy bars and nightclubs to a landscape scattered with ancient history.