About Bodrum

Bodrum called by Homeros as the “eternal blue country”, with its pearl like residences set in line, with its castle between two ports defying time, with the intoxicating smell of tangerine flowers and wtih bays resembling an aquarium, is as if the magical garden of South Aegean.

All the shades of blue, flowing and twisting from the narrow streets and joining with all the music heard in those streets reached the sea. The voices you hear when you close your eyes, cannot be heard anywhere else in the world. Songs dance with the sea, sea with the smells, smells with the sails, and those your hear are as if their foot steps…

Bodrum, offer you all the details to be found in a resort as if it is a gift. For whatever the reason, those staying here, would like to take a part of the Bodrum to wherever they go. While Winters are warm and rainy, Summers arre under the generous light of sun. Only the breeze in the afternoon lessens the effect of heat.


Turkey’s most established marinas lie on the southern Aegean and Mediterranean coasts at Izmir, Cesme, Kusadasi, Bodrum, Ayvalik, Mersin, Datca, Bozburun, Marmaris, Gocek, Fethiye, Kalkan, Kas, Finike, Kemer and Antalya. These well-equipped harbours contain all the services and provisions any yacht would require. Antalya, Bodrum Dalaman, Izmir and Istanbul airports provide quick links to all marinas in Turkey, ensuring departure by yacht within a day of landing. Yacht Marinas registered by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism