Bodrum Yachting and Nightlife

Founded on the ancient city of Halicarnassus, modern Bodrum is one of the most important tourist centres of Turkey. The characteristic architecture of the town, yachting and sympathetic people have created the Bodrum of today. Hundreds of Bodrum made yachts bring visitors from all over the world along the Aegean coast, making them enjoy the beauty of nature.

One of the most beautiful places of the Turkish Republic in the 2000s will be Bodrum.

Nightlife in Bodrum

Bodrum is the best known town for her night life among the tourist centres of the Aegean. Along with the vivacity and colorfulness of the day, the attractiveness of night life in Bodrum is the main characteristic of the town. Starting from the inner harbour square, up to the end of the Kumbahce district, a multitude of bars, discotheques and taverns appeal to the taste of every generation.

Beside the bars, other entertainment spots can be found on the Banka street and the inner harbour. From jazz to tavern music, one can enjoy the Bodrum nights with all its attractions.

In Bodrum, where night and day embrace each other, night life is  common happiness shared with joy and enthusiasm.

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Tea Boy on the Bodrum shopping street
Tea Boy on the Bodrum shopping street
Turkish ice cream “Dondurma” – The seller bamboozles customer with his incredible sleight of hand
Turkish ice cream “Dondurma” – The seller bamboozles customer with his incredible sleight of hand
Good morning – Turkish coffee with Turkish delight and Baklava
Good morning – Turkish coffee with Turkish delight and Baklava
Bodrum Panorama – Yachting
Bodrum Panorama – Yachting
Bodrum port – Marina – view from the Castle
Bodrum port – Marina – view from the Castle
Nightclub in Bodrum – The rhythm of the night
Nightclub in Bodrum – The rhythm of the night
Bodrum Marina sea view
Bodrum Marina sea view
Bodrum Turkey – Bodrum at night
Bodrum Turkey – Bodrum at night

1 thought on “Bodrum Yachting and Nightlife”

  1. The pictures are great! It would be refreshing to go there for vacation. As I heard, they have the best candy in the world, and the one called Turkish delight sounds interesting. 🙂 I’m careful with what I eat, but when it comes to sweets, I’m no chooser.

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