One of the most stunning tourist attractions in the world, the Bodrum Amphitheatre is perched on a hill overlooking the port and castle of Bodrum Turkey. During the reign of King Mausolus, it was constructed in the 4th century BC as a residence for monarchs and citizens. The amphitheatre has three main portions, including an orchestra pit, a theatre, and 13,000 stone seats.
Mausoleum of Halicarnassus
A monument honouring a Greek monarch who was the ruler of Caria can be found at Halicarnassus. He was renowned for his propensity for living a luxury lifestyle, and as a result, he constructed an exquisite mausoleum with designs, carvings, and statues. Alleyways at the mausoleum’s base lead to rooms brimming with riches and treasures.
Gumusluk Village, which is situated on the ruins of the ancient city of Myndos that washed into the sea as a result of earthquakes, is 25 miles from Bodrum Turkey. Photographers and divers who enjoy taking underwater photos increasingly travel to the inundated city. You can experience its lovely sunsets, savour delectable cuisine in a restaurant with a view of the water, and see mosques if you go.
One of Bodrum’s most well-known locations, Tavsan Island or Rabbit Island, attracts tourists all year round. The island’s golden dunes, clear ocean, and blue homes promote relaxation and mental calm. The island is reachable on foot from the city of Bodrum Turkey by a brief, level water route.