The Bodrum Peninsula is located on the western coast of Turkey has a distinct European feel. It is a multi-dimensional gem that offers a comprehensive tourist experience, expertly blending the commercial and its cultural phase in a unique way. Whether you’re a keen historian, intrepid explorer, or a shopaholic, Bodrum is never a boredom.
St Peter’s Castle and Bodrum’s Museum of Underwater Archaeology
St Peter’s Castle is an elegant standing guard on the shores, which are well-preserved that basks us to a beautiful journey to Turkey’s past. It contains many artifacts found in the local area. The castle’s tall tower looks out over the horizon and offers excellent views of the land along with a breathtaking sunset. An adjoining feature of the Castle of St. Peter, the Museum of Underwater Archaeology is a fascinating and unique attraction of this coastal region. This provides an opportunity to see some of the most preserved relics that have been uncovered from beneath the waves and evoking a beautiful and noble civilization, lost to the past.
This is known for being one of the most beautiful spots of Bodrum. The stunning views of the cove, the beaches, the palm trees and its tourist amenities attracts tourists in large number. It provides a complete dream vacation from seeking a luxurious day by the sea to a high-paced day of retail therapy.
The Bodrum Amphitheatre is an extraordinary spectacle that brings ancient history to life at one’s feet as you traverse a monument build thousands of years ago. The sun-bleached stones of this amphitheatre brings one to an organic interaction with the past life. Additionally, the top of the amphitheatre offers incredible views of the rest of Bodrum and so past and present will collide in a way it only could in Turkey.