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About Bodrum
Bodrum is a district in Muğla Province, in the south-western Aegean Region of Turkey. It is located on the southern coast of Bodrum Peninsula.

The Castle of St Peter is a prominent attraction and focus point of Bodrum. It lies on the hill near the village of Kesmeburun and was built in 1402. The castle houses the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology, with numerous artefacts recovered from nearby ship wrecks that date back to the late Bronze Age.

A popular tourist attraction in the area are windmills. They were used from the 18th century as a way of grinding flour for the local people. An example of these can be found on the hill separating Gumbet and Bodrum and offer spectacular panorama views.

A short drive away is Gumusluk, a lovely little fishing village with restaurants, shops and a nice walk around the bay where there is a little beach with clean, clear water.

Take a gullet cruise along the Turkish coast.

The Tomb of King Mausolos was built in the late 300's B.C. Now in ruins, the once-massive structure is considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.

Bodrum Amphitheatre is set up on a hillside overlooking the harbour. The structure was built in the late 300's B.C. and the 10,000+ seat theatre was excavated and restored in the 1970's.

The peninsula has plenty of lovely stretches of beach including Bitez Beach, about 5 miles west of Bodrum.

The marina is lined with boutiques and the area around the castle has souvenir shops and various bazaars selling carpets, ceramics and leather goods.

Regional Turkish food such as salted fish, stuffed vine leaves, seafood and grilled meats can be found on menus, along with burgers, Mexican, Asian, Italian and pizza.
Cruise Terminal
Cruise ships dock at the port, which is located on the peninsula in Bodrum. It is only a few minutes from the city centre. Inside the terminal building is a duty free shop, restaurant and café.

Some cruise operators have complimentary shuttle services to take passengers from the pier to the town centre. The port may also operate a shuttle boat to take passengers from the pier to a spot next to the castle.

Taxis and 'dolmus' buses (green public mini buses) are also available. The bus station is located on Cevat Sakir, about 5 minutes by foot from the castle.

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Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Bodrum

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