Bodrum is a popular destination for a sun and beach holiday. Especially in summer many tourists enjoy their holiday here. However, Bodrum is much more than hotels and beaches, because there is plenty to discover. Are you planning to visit Bodrum? Then don’t hang out on a sun bed next to the pool all day, but go out and explore the surroundings. In this article you can read what to do in Bodrum.
Relaxing is definitely important when you’re on holiday. This is not necessarily at the pool or on the beach. During a Blue Cruise you can relax on a boat. Relax on the deck of the ship while you float on the clear blue sea. On deck are sun beds where you can enjoy a beverage, sheltered from the summer sun. Along the way, a few stops will be made in the most beautiful bays where you can take a refreshing dip in the clear seawater. With a bit of luck, you can see dolphins and turtles in the sea. In the afternoon food will be prepared, which is included in the price.
Leave Turkey and sail to Greece. From the port of Bodrum daily ferries sail to Kos. Every morning the ferries sail to the Greek island and at the end of the afternoon you go back with the same boat. The crossing takes between 20 and 60 minutes. The ferry arrives in the harbour of Kos Town, in the northeast of the island. This is actually the only town on the island, but there is enough to do and see here. Not only can you go shopping in the streets of Apellou, but you can also visit archaeological sites and ruins.
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In Bodrum you will also find some ruins at different locations. The most famous ruin is the old amphitheatre on the rocky hills. The theatre was built in the period 330-30 BC and offers space for 13,000 spectators. The theatre is one of the oldest buildings of the area, and it has a beautiful view of the city, harbour and coastline. The amphitheatre is open daily and offers free entrance. During the summer months there are also events and concerts where the audience can sit on the old seats.