Labranda TMT Bodrum Resort
Labranda TMT Bodrum Resort
Treat yourself to an enchanting holiday on the Turkish Riviera amidst lots of culture and history and be swept away by the sheer beauty of the area as your lounge on the sun-bathed beach that sits immediately next to the hotel. Located just south of the city, the Labranda TMT Bodrum welcomes holidaymakers of all ages to enjoy a stay where you’ll be within easy reach of everything that Bodrum has to offer. Covering over 32,000 sq metres, the resort includes several outdoor pools and sun terraces, in addition to the adjacent beach, providing you with plenty of opportunities to soak up the sun or go for a refreshing dip after a full day of exploring the surrounding region, and, as if this is not enough, there is also a fully-equipped spa & wellness centre waiting to be delved into.
If you’re seeking to add some more active sides to your holiday, you’ll find a great variety of things to do within the hotel. Test your talents at a host of watersports, including water polo and windsurfing, or stay on dry land and go for a game of darts, basketball, tennis or volleyball. If, after all this exercise or wellness, you feel a bit peckish, your all-inclusive board lets you dine or snack in one of the 3 restaurants and 5 bars. Here you can tuck into both local and international dishes, served either à la carte or in a buffet style, or just order a refreshing drink. Once you’ve replenished, you can head out to discover more adventures. Explore the ancient history of the city, wander through its quaint old streets and or seek out some of the amazing beaches that are located along the coast. Staying in Bodrum, at this magnificent resort, means that you can make your holiday exactly what you want it to be.
The scenic, Turkish town of Bodrum gazes out onto the resplendent Aegean Sea, where the island of Kos can be spotted on a clear day from newly renovated Palmarina promenade. A modern and bustling holiday town, Bodrum stands on the ruins of the ancient Greek town of Halicarnassus, and as you explore the city you’ll discover lots of remaining archaeological sites that offer a glimpse into the importance of the area both in modern times and in antiquity. Start your exploration from the historical centre of the city, the ancient castle. Built by the Order of Knights Hospitaller is the 15th century, the Castle of St Peter has stood guard over the sea for almost 700 years. Today it is home to various museums, including the fascinating Museum of Underwater Archaeology, which displays ancient submerged finds, excavated across the Aegean Sea and restored in this award-winning museum. If you want to continue your historical journey through the city, then head to either the Myndos Gate or the Bodrum Amphitheatre both of which will take you back to days when the city was held by the Romans, under siege by Alexander the Great or ruled by the powerful King Mausulus. If, after a full day of exploring the meandering streets of Bodrum, you want to go for a quiet stroll or relax on a quiet beach, then you’ll find yourself with easy reach of lots of options. Head to the charming Gumusluk Bay just east of the city or the elongated Yahsi Beach, from where you can enjoy a refreshing drink, while taking full advantage of both the sun and the sparkling sea.
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