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Cheap Flights to Istanbul with Jazeera Airways

Discover Bodrum

Bodrum is a gem on the Aegean Sea with a huge variety of things to do and see for every traveler. Whether you’re a keen historian, intrepid explorer, or someone who just loves to shop, Bodrum has something for everybody.

The popular holiday destination is part of the Turkish Riviera, home to long stretches of stunning beaches and clear blue waters. However, there is much more to this charming fishing port than initially meets the eye. Explore The Mausoleum of Mausolus, one of the Seven Wonders of the World, which sits just outside of Bodrum town, or head down to one of the infamous weekly markets and grab some of the finest gold jewellery and Mediterranean pottery.

Book a low-cost flight with Jazeera Airways direct from Kuwait to Bodrum. Flights will run twice a week from June 15th 2019 to July 31st 2019 and thrice a week from August 1st 2019. With a variety of seat options available, including Business Class, you will reach beautiful Bodrum relaxed and rested.

Essential Facts

Time
10:49
Date
12/13/2019
Time Zone
+3:00
Weather
12.03°C
Language
Turkish
Currency
Turkish Lira
Electricity
220v/50Hz
Best Time To Visit
August

Things To Do

Yalikavak Marina

Explore the Yalikavak Marina to view some of the world’s most glamorous yachts and boats with plenty of fine restaurants to explore too.

The Castle Of St. Peter

Head to The Castle of St. Peter for a breath-taking view of Bodrum which is steeped in history. Within The Castle of St Peter, you can also find another must-see attraction; The Museum of Underwater Archealogy, home to fascinating ship remains and more.

Torba Beach

If you're looking for a truly restful day, Torba Beach is a beautiful and tranquil spot for relaxing on golden sand and dipping your toes into the clear blue waters. The beach is surrounded by vibrant flowers and lush trees, surrounding you in nature. 

Shopping

Bodrum is absolutely full of boutiques, bazaars and picturesque markets. Some of the most interesting, unique shops can be found down the back streets of Bodrum Town Centre, so make sure you head off the beaten track to find these hidden gems. The old town has a much slower pace to shopping, with plenty of cafes to help break up the day.

For those who are looking for a more upmarket experience, Yalikavak Marina is home to some of the worlds’ best designers, it has also recently been awarded the world’s best super yacht marina.

Weekly markets are a must see in Bodrum, there are several hosted on various days of the week with local food, pottery and clothing available in abundance.

Food And Drink

Food And Drink

Due to Bodrum’s coastal location, the seafood is one of the best things to try while you’re visiting. From mezzes, to kebabs to okra with oil, there is an array of Turkish cuisine, Mediterranean delights and even Asian food on offer, you can guarantee that you will not be bored of the choice.

Don’t forget to try Bodrum’s boiled pastry specialty; Ot Kavurmasi (spicy roasted herb), stuffed with pumpkin flowers which is one of the most famous local dishes.

Things To Know


Visa Requirements

 
  • Visa is not required for some nationalities.
  • Most other nationalities can obtain a 90-day visa electronically at https://www.evisa.gov.tr. The full list of countries is listed there.
  • Your passport must have at least six months' validity remaining, or you may not be admitted into Turkey.
  • See the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (https://www.mfa.gov.tr) for the latest information

  Getting Around

 
  • Bodrum and its surroundings are extensively covered with a minibus network that is called the Dolmus and is the most popular way to get around. Much like a bus network, the Dolmus has their own terminal, schedules and routes and is the main provider of public transport as there is no railroad network or city buses in Bodrum.
  • Taxis are also available throughout the day and can be easily found when out and about, they are yellow and are equipped with Taximeters.

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