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Bodrum is one of the most important and most popular yacht charter destination for the luxury Blue Cruise Holiday. As it is very close to Greek Islands, it is also the beginning point of the Greek Islands. Gulet Charter for Dodecenase and Cyclades Islands. It is a touristic center, rich of cultural history and a popular place to begin your crewed luxury yacht charter. Bodrum is not only famous because of  Yacht Charter Holidays but also because of many other luxury resorts around.
It is a cosmopolitan holiday resort in Turkey that is regularly visited by sea lovers from the entire world. Bodrum is an upscale touristic center that offers various activities with whitewashed houses by the hillside serving as a backdrop. Bodrum is hosting an ancient castle that was built during the 15th century, many boutiques, shops and fine restaurants accompanied with an effervescent nightlife.

How to Get in Bodrum

Nearest airport is situated about 35km from  Bodrum port and its is called Bodrum-Milas Airport. If you cannot find a connection, there are bigger Turkish airports in Dalaman and Izmir, both about 3 hours away from here.

Luxury Yacht Charter Bodrum

Bodrum is definitely one of the best places around the world for a Luxury Yacht Charter where you will be able to visit paradise like places surrounded by a the Turquoise waters of the Aegean. As being a popular yachting destination you will find in Bodrum a large amount of yacht all coming in different type size and design.

What to See In Bodrum

Without doubt, the first thing that you would think of as soon as you drop anchor is a visit to the ancient mausoleum. But Bodrum is more than just the remains of this magnificent marvel of its old civilization.  You will have the opportunity to visit the Castle and Museum of Bodrum which is one of the world’s finest museums of underwater archaeology housed in a beautiful castle dating back in the 15th century. The Amphitheatre, the Ottoman Tower, the Mausoleum and the Zeki Muren Museum are also worth a visit.

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