You can't miss it when you're looking at sea on the beach of Bodrum. It's one of the best preserved castles from medieval times.
The castle was built by the knights of St John in 1406. They used the stones of the ancient mausoleum to built the castle.
Seeing the Underwater Museum and Bodrum Castle
Going to the Salý Bazaar
Joining one of the daily tours
Taking "The Blue Journey" even if you have to make it short
Viewing Bodrum from the Ancient Theater
Stopping by Bodrum Bars
Dining on the excellent fish at Gümüþlük
Eating Bodrum style 'water pastry'
Eating the spicy 'Ot kavurmasý' and stuffed pumpkin flowers
Purchasing the Bodrum beads and batik cloth
The castle contains many artifacts and an excellent reproduction of one of the sailing vessels used (in the maritime museum).
Incredible views of the city can be seen from most anywhere on the castle wall.
This is photo of one of the battlements at Bodrum castle and it looks really quite scary at night, it looks more like draculas castle hehehehehe
This is a night time photo of the castle of St Peter taken from one of the many restaurants along this area, it is beautifully lit up at night times
The Castle's origins go back to the Knights of St. John, a group of expatriates who drew their ranks from Europe. The Castle officially became a museum in 1961
Hot water... Steam...
Relaxing foam massage...
You are on clouds after the experience:)
Seperate for men and women.. Clean and higenic..
The old castle of Bodrum is a real landmark in the city. Its nice to visit and you see some of the history of the area. Don't expect too much but nice on a free afternoon.
The Underwater Archeolgical Museum of Bodrum you will find inside the Bodrum Castle. This is one of the biggest and important museums of its kind in the world.
If you enter Bodrum by land or by sea you cannot miss to see the Castle of St. Peter. This castle is one of the world's best preserved monuments from medieval times.