Cascading down the hillside to the water's edge, Bodrum's narrow streets and picturesque mass of sugar-cube, whitewashed houses make it one of the prettiest resorts on the Aegean. If the daylight hours are lively, then the twilight hours are positively vibrant with a choice of bars and discos. Museum-lovers won’t be disappointed with the award-winning Museum of Underwater Archaeology, either.
Start your exploration from the historical centre of the city; the ancient castle. The 15th-century Castle of St Peter has stood guard over the sea for almost 700 years. Today, its home to various museums including the fascinating and award-winning Museum of Underwater Archaeology. 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. Those looking for a quiet stroll or spot of relaxation, head to the charming Gumusluk Bay just east of the city, or the elongated Yahsi Beach. These spots allow you to enjoy a refreshing drink, while taking full advantage of both the sun and the sparkling sea.
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