You are spoilt for choice in Bodrum and this part of the world, with ancient Turkish towns, charming fishing villages and bustling seaside resorts competing to become your holiday base. Wherever you stay, you are guaranteed to see the sunshine and feel the warmth of the Turkish hospitality.
Arrive in an enchanting land, where the mysteries of the seven wonders of the ancient world mingle with a thriving tourism offering along the sandy coastline... Read more
Popular tourist resorts on and around the Bodrum peninsula include Gumbet, Turgutreis, Bitez, Bodrum, Altinkum, Yalikavak, Torba, and Ortakent.
Bodrum itself is a party town, and it offers more great beach action and fun watersports. Bodrum Castle, once called the Castle of St Peter, looms over the city as bustling bazaars see visitors haggling for goods while locals take the weight off their feet and sip from their glasses filled with Turkish tea.
The ruins of the ancient Temple of Apollo are nearby, as are the sites of the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus and the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus - two of the seven wonders of the ancient world.
Bodrum flights deliver holidaymakers into a land where the past meets the present to deliver a great sunshine break.
Car hire in Bodrum is also a good option to reach your resort and for exploring the fascinating region at your own pace during your holiday
Flights to Bodrum are frequent and available from most UK airports. Shop around and compare prices for best deals... Read more
Bodrum flights take around four hours from the UK and Milas-Bodrum Airport (BJV) is a gateway to this coastal area in south west Turkey.
The cheapest prices on flights to Bodrum can be found in the spring and autumn months. Using a price-comparison site is the best way to find a deal, whenever you want to travel, and booking ahead is sure to save you pounds too.
Getting to and from the airport
There are lots of transfer options but public transport is limited in the night - book ahead if you can... Read more
Transfers to your chosen resort can be pre-booked prior to travel. Alternatively, taxis and buses are available upon arrival.
Bodrum is a popular choice for British families seeking sun, sea and sand. There's a great range of places to stay and often it is excellent value... Read more
Bodrum has accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets dotted in and around its pretty town centre. Most of these options are small and basic, but offer a perfect location to base yourself when spending the days on the beach.
However, for those with extra to spend, there are upmarket, larger hotels and spa resorts along the coastline which, while a walk into the town, do have excellent provisions for families and sports lovers.
Looking for somewhere quiet? Head to towards the hills away from the crowds - to the east and the west of town. Rentals are available here and even some delightful guesthouses.
For young, nightlife-seeking travellers, the Gumbet area remains popular thanks to its bars and clubs. There are small budget hotels here and capacious five-star luxurious hotels further out
Wherever you opt to stay, make sure you save on your flights to Bodrum with a quick price check on our comparison tool before you fly - every penny counts!