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As a peninsula, beach holidays are the number one priority for holidaymakers and Bodrum always delivers but gives more than just a stretch of sand. You can choose from hundreds of long beaches and small hidden coves but for help to decide where to go, here are our favourites.

Although the name Bodrum refers to the main town centre, it is also the name of the larger peninsula containing many more quaint seaside resorts and places of interest. Hence, anyone planning a visit is certain to find a destination suiting their idea of a perfect holiday.

If you need good reasons to visit Bodrum, here is an overwhelming list. As one of Turkey’s top tourist destinations, the reputation of the large peninsula covering a significant part of the Aegean coast precedes it.

Sitting on the western Aegean coast, the Bodrum peninsula has for many years been a favourite hangout of the rich and famous, yet it also offers a low-key budget lifestyle.

Roxan Popescu, writing for New York Times has interviewed Turkey Homes Director Mr Tolga Ertukel in regards to the rising interest on the luxury Bodrum property market.

For 2018 / 2019, the British Yacht Harbour Association (THYA) awarded its supreme status as superyacht marina of the world. We also only need to look at the visitors who return year after year, from Saudi princes to western celebrities. Such is management’s attention to detail.

Whether you like to spend your time surfing and sunning yourself, spiking your adrenalin with ‘heart in your mouth’ activities or you prefer to soak up the local culture and Turkish life, Bodrum is the perfect place to visit and live.

Bodrum airport is one of the top three touristic air travel hubs in Turkey, it is the easiest and best way to get to western Turkey, and this user guide helps flyers navigate it like a pro.

During the 1960s tourism took over the region, and with it, a mass of multicultural influences washed over the peninsula. People wanted more space, comfort and luxury. The real estate market had stepped up a gear and world-renowned and esteemed Turkish architects looked to have their work appear on the peninsula.

It's hard not to fall in love with Bodrum. Lying on the sun-drenched shores of the Aegean, Bodrum’s historic charm and alluring array of peninsular resorts offers the ideal mix of the traditional and the contemporary.

As well as being a top summer destination for sun, sea, sand and self-indulgent nightlife, the pleasure-seeking atmosphere has pushed Bodrum’s luxury real estate market into the eyesight of many wealthy and famous people all around the world.

The revival of interest in Bodrum, especially over the last 7 years, sees both Turks and foreigners flocking to the region. They see an area with mass future potential but what is driving this renewed interest and why are people choosing Bodrum as an ideal location for investment?

The relaxed lifestyle of western Turkey easily lures in expats of various nationalities of which some choose to live in Bodrum, a rugged peninsula made up of small coastal resorts and a bustling town.

For many decades, the Bodrum peninsula on the Aegean coast of Turkey has lured wealthy and influential Turks from around the country. The New York Times labelled it the Saint Tropez of Turkey, and elite social circles from around the world sat up and took notice.

Gumusluk, one of the lesser known coastal resorts of the Bodrum peninsula is blessed with a natural appearance, historical background, cultural yearnings and beautiful scenery.

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