Bodrum is also like a big market, I mean if you are interested in shopping (or to put it more correctly "marketting":D) this is the right place.
You can find lots of cute,cheezy, stylish things:) and don't be afraid of haggling:)
BUT!!! one of the most important warnings!
Keep your purse closer to your heart or to whatever:))))))) ...I mean that some of the local inhabitants are very good at pulling purses out of the pockets of careless tourists:)))))
good luck and have a nice time!
Handicrafts in Bodrum are very developed. The beads, leather clothes, cloth, silver jewelry, embroidery, decorations and many other items made in Bodrum are sold on the broad street between Ýskele Meydaný and Halikarnas Disco.Bodrum has bazaars open six days a week where everything, from needle to thread, from fruit to snacks, can be bought. These bazaars also sell scarves and curtains made of 100% hand-made Milas cloth and hand-painted batik clothing and other decorative items.
What to buy: Carpets are are the most known souvenirs you can bring home. Knotted carpet called Hali and the woven carpet called Kilim. Leather is also cheap in Turkey.
Ali Guven is the pioneer still have a workshop in Bodrum. But you can find many sandals in the bar street. Comfy.
What to buy: Sandals
What to pay: Around 30€ in Bodrum. In Turgutreis you can find around 15 - 20 Euros.