When traveling to Bodrum with Dos Plumas here are some of the things you might want to choose to do:
1. Take a Blue Cruise – For lovers of the sea this is one of the most relaxing and pleasant ways to spend your vacation. Bring your family along and enjoy the many hidden coves and bays of the Bodrum coastline. One can plan to spend a few days or a couple weeks at sea enjoying great cuisine and top notch views as you surround yourself with natural beauty of an aquatic vacation. The range of quality and privacy are wide and can be tailored to fit your specific request. Time can be spent both on shore and at sea taking in points of interest that are otherwise hard to reach by land. One might consider also visiting the next point of interest to see what has been discovered archaeologically from the bottom of the sea.
2. Castle of St. Peter – Also known as Bodrum Castle this fortress which once was home to the Knights Hospitaller during the crusades now houses Turkey’s Underwater Archaeology Museum. While touring the castle’s many towers and chambers one can see many exhibits of discoveries from the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas of shipwrecked boats and cargo. The views over the Bay of Bodrum are beautiful and the view across to the Greek island of Kos is stunning on a clear day. Great photo opportunities can be found from many of the higher towers.
Visiting Times: Tuesday – Sunday (9:00-19:00 May – September; 10:00 – 16:00 October – April)
3. Night Life – Many visitors to Bodrum come knowing that there is a vibrant night life scene. If you are among those who like to go out dancing or spend time with friends at a nice English style pub while watching “Manny U.” play “Liverpool” then Bodrum and stay out drinking with your friends until the early morning hours then Bodrum is the place for you. The variety of seaside bars and clubs makes Bodrum one of the largest party locations in all of Turkey. Besides having a wonderful selection of bars and clubs on shore there is also the opportunity to party at sea with the all night rave that goes on on a large pontoon boat called the Club Catamaran. Water-taxi service to and from the boat runs all night.
4. Coastal Villages – A fun outing in Bodrum is to rent a car or hire a driver and explore the coastal beauties by car. The windy coastline of this beautiful peninsula gives Bodrum hundreds of small coves and hidden beaches that can be visited. The small villages have many picturesque cafes and restaurants where one can relax and enjoy a beautiful meal while smelling the fresh sea water and experiencing a slower pace view of Turkish life. Much like visiting a Greek island visiting these sea side Turkish villages would be an experience you wouldn’t soon forget.
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