Boat Tour at Bodrum
One, not to miss out, thing is to make a boat tour in Bodrum.. This is not an easy task, first of all you must not be pissed off the night before :) which is really hard in Bodrum :))
Bodrum has excellent bays and these bays are creating a land of marvellous landscapes, and you can best enjoy this by a boat tour.. There are several routes which you can take at Bodrum Marina, On the town Center..
Bodrum is also the start point of many Blue voyage tours.. it has three courses, which took 7 days where you can enjoy the blue harmony on the aegean coastes.. And also it has Daily boat trips organised every day in Bodrum Harbour between 10.00 and 12.00 to the surrounding bays and beaches.
During his life Herodotos (484–425)bce, ‘Herodotus’ is the Latin version) saw much of the world that was known to the Greeks at that time. He was born in Halikarnassos present-day Bodrum in Turkey, lived temporarily on Samos, visited Athens, Delphi, and Sparta, travelled to Egypt, Babylon, and the northern shores of the Black Sea, and eventually settled in Thourioi, in Southern Italy, where he died. He was inquisitive about the wars that the Greeks waged with barbaroi (‘non-Greeks’), particularly about the backgrounds and causes of the current conflict in those years: the collision of east (Persians) and west (Greeks). Herodotos set himself up as a researcher and wrote from his own observations, interviews with informants, tales, and written sources. An extensive account that came to be known as Historiai (‘Inquiries’). It covers the recent past and the customs of Greeks, Persians, Egyptians, and Scythians. Because Herodotos was among the first to try to report the past scientifically, he's often regarded as ‘Father of history’.
Young Peoples Night Spot!
The Shamrock bar in Gumbet is an excellent place for a quick drink but on a busy night it is also a great place to spend the whole night. The music is loud and trendy (however it is the same mix of tracks EVERY night so if you are after variety you may need to limit your visits!). The decor is limited and pays lip service to being an "Irish" bar (it really isn't no matter how many shamrocks or leprachauns you put on the wall!) but the drinks are cheap and the service is quick. The bar is air conditioned for those really hot nights. International football matches are shown too. Quite a mixed crowd come here and we saw many different ages of people (worryingly some were very young so late at night but it is Turkey and it is holiday I suppose) so you are sure to fit in. Music selections are the usual holiday fodder of dance music, popular disco and Irish rebel songs (to liven things up a little!).
Quite a good night out :-) There is no dress code at the Shamrock Bar
cook and then eat by yourselves
its not a restraunt of course..
just a boat that you can take a daily boat trip by it..But its captain Hasan & Ahmet, invites you a night party, if you bring your food..drinks are from them :))))))).. ask for these 2 captains... menemen made by eggs
Bitez is only 20 minutes to the center by minibus and is famous for wind-surfers. One can enjoy the beautiful beach and eat delicious Turkish food at the restaurants.
While going there you can visit the ancient wind-mills!