Dalaman Airport Transfer To Bodrum

Dalaman Airport Transfer To Bodrum

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Bodrum
In recent years the Turkish transport infrastructure has improved enormously. There are good quality dual carriageways from east of Antalya running parallel to the coastline heading west and then turning north up the Aegean Coast to Izmir and ultimately Istanbul. Within this region is the airport at Dalaman which is just an hour's road trip before the road turns north. Our quality transfer service is happy to take that road and then head north. One of the destinations we serve is the growing town of Bodrum which faces west to the Greek Island of Kos.
The route to Bodrum involves turning west off that northerly route at Yagatan, past Milas; the whole journey from Dalaman takes around three hours but we guarantee comfort every minute of the time. The road initially passes Ortaca then continue west, running north of the stunning Lake, Koycegiz where roadside vendors sell orange, lemon and grapefruit throughout the year. We climb up the winding road known locally as Mugla Hill before continuing north to Yagatan.
Ancient History
Once we drop you at your accommodation in Bodrum you will have time to relax and think about how you are going to spend the days of your holiday. It has a marvellous history and was the site of one of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World, the Mausoleum of Mausolus, the Carian King between 377 and 353 BC. It was destroyed by an earthquake but on the site today is the impressive Bodrum Castle which used many of the rocks from the Mausoleum. Its construction began in 1402 and was done by the Knights of St. John. It has been a museum for over 50 years. If you are interested in history there are other sites on the Peninsula that has been occupied by many different people over the ages; Persian, Roman, The Knights Templar, the Ottomans and Italians among others.
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The Peninsula and Kos
The main attraction of Bodrum though is its location. The sea is warm, the beaches wonderful and although it is a popular destination there are always places where you can find solitude. There are quiet beaches and coves on the Bodrum Peninsula accessed by both land and sea. Boats are available for day trips as well as for a few days on the sea. Those who want to visit another country can take the regular ferry across to the Greek Island of Kos. A chance for more duty free?!
Bodrum now has a well-developed nightlife with plenty of bars, restaurants and clubs. The atmosphere remains informal and relaxed wherever you decide to go.
The season in Bodrum really begins in late March and continue all the way to early November, coinciding with direct flights from the many regions of Europe. There is no reason not to come through the weeks of winter though that involves a domestic flight from Istanbul. Whenever you travel you can be certain that we will be there as you land to provide suitable comfortable transport for you and the whole of your group.