Situated on a beautiful peninsula, Bodrum, home of the famous Greek historian Herodotus, is these days better known as a popular holiday resort. Enchanting villages of houses painted in white and trimmed with purple bougainvillea together with miles of sandy beaches and ideal locations for water sports. Bodrum casts a magic spell. It exerts a lasting fascination on everyone who visits, irrespective of age, nationality or sex. Bodrum is also one of the favourite starting point for amazing luxury Blue cruise along this part of Turkish coast, called also Turchese Coast for the colour of the waters. Bodrum retains its charm despite the crowds and development. Two meters under the narrow streets of Bodrum lies 5000 years of history. A few monuments attest to this history: the castle, the Myndus Gate, the Roman theatre and the Mausoleum. Bodrum town is a famous resort place, both among Turkish and foreign travellers. The population jumps from 50,000 people during winter to more than half a million during summer time. This part of the Mediterranean coast is an endless line of picturesque coves, turquoise waters and ancient ruins make this suborn adventure one you will remember for a lifetime The season extends from April to November. By mid-May the sea has warmed up with the days long and sunny. June is perhaps the most perfect month with balmy evenings and delightfully warm seas. July and August are not unbearably hot, as the prevailing winds are cool and refreshing, the nights comfortable.
September is always popular with temperatures similar to the June. In October the sea is still delightfully warm. The heart of Bodrum beats loudest in the narrow streets clustered around the bay where shops, restaurants, bars and discos via for attention. Strolling along the most popular of the streets, Cumhuriyet Caddesi (the locals call it Barstreet), the visitor becomes immersed in a blend of native and cosmopolitan culture that is Bodrum today. Here small boutiques offer latest hits, hand-made sandals are crafted; fezzes and harem slippers are sold side by side with baseball caps and T-shirts bearing universally recognized logos and humorous or bawdy captions. Cafes and restaurants serve a wide variety of cosmopolitan 'international' fare as well as tasty Turkish kebabs; Chinese, Mexican, Indian or Thai specialities and also the delights of traditional Ottoman cuisine; visitors 'go native' by replacing beer or wine by the deceptively light national Turkish drink: raki. When night descends Bodrum lights up with laser shows to the rhythms of the same hits that are current in London, Berlin or New York, but if you listen you can still hear strumming of the Turkish oud and the folk melodies of Anatolia. Bodrum today is truly a Symphony, or better still, a Living Ode to Joy. Bodrum casts a magic spell. It exerts a lasting fascination on everyone who visits, irrespective of age, nationality or sex. Bodrum retains its charm despite the crowds and development. Women feel more beautiful, men feel more intriguing. This is Bodrums spell. But Bodrum is not only for sailing holidays or private charters. Bodrum is the ideal place for prestigious corporate sailing events, industry regattas, team building programs. With our experience as sailing event specialist our event management team will offer a fully comprehensive, highly professional and tailor-made service. It Turkey our operator are ideally situated to host your events. The charm of the Mediterranean seaside will surely make an unforgettable impression for your guests and will guarantee the best ever company holiday experience. Our local skippers can take you to the best sailing and swimming spots around the beautiful Coast. Every year more and more companies recognize that sailing events are beneficial to business. Corporate sailing is a unique possibility to host your business partners in an exclusive way and thus strengthen your business partnerships. Your investment in corporate activities will be returned in business success.