as a city is quickly becoming one of the most sort after destinations in europe and with such a presadence, it offers some fantastic advenures for any age group. You can spend your days walking the streets of Bodrum
, experiencing the sights and smells of the markets or walk the shopping malls searching for your top designer labels. Enjoy the picturesque views of Bodrum
's harbour and St Peters Castle
whilst tantilising your tastebuds over Turkish cuisine in the vast array of waterfront Cafe
's and Restaurants
Anybody expecting their day to finish there think again Bodrum's night life
is something to experience and people travel far and wide to dance the night away
night club. The largest outdoor discotech
in Europe. Exclusive to Bodrum
and highlighting some of Europes finest Dj's
and exotic parties
. Or you can take a ride on The Catamaran
the worlds largest floating club. With its glass bottom you can literally dance on water.
The high mountains on one side, the winding streets, the motley-styled historic buildings, the vastly stretching sea with its inviting warm water under a blinding sun and the sound of the horse-shoes of the horse-drawn carriages, provide such a spectacular and enchanting atmosphere that one feels refreshed spiritually in all those serenity. Antalya is a gold mine of hotels, Resorts, Restaurants, bars and Clubs, with its historical heritage and gleaming summer weather that last 9 months of the year it makes Antalya the ideal summer holiday location. There is plenty for every one young and old. for adventurers or just those looking for relaxation Antalya is the place to be every summer.
is blessed with spectacular surroundings : Oludeniz
or the Blue Lagoon is one of Turkey
's most beautiful beaches. Butterfly Valley
, The ancient sites of Tlos and Xanthos, The hidden canyon of Saklikent and Kayakoy are only a few of the places to be seen.
situated two hours south west of Antalya
on the Mediterranean coast, was once a powerful city holding an out numbered three seats in the 17th Century six seat federation. Cradled in the rugged peninsula of the Lycian mountains, the successful port town was an attractive haven for piracy which ultimately brought about the city's downfall. Olympos
today however, is a hub of water activity and the destination for those seeking tranquility in aesthetically pleasing surroundings.
Whether its salt water swimming in the translucent glittering sea or a splash in the fresh water stream that flows from the mountains through the lycian ruins to the Mediterranean sea, that takes your fancy, this water culture dominates the past time of most visitors.