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Turkish Airlines will increase the frequency of direct flights to tourist centers of the country by 18%. About it on Monday February 24 writes the information newspaper Hürriyet. According to the report, the airline will operate 98 flights from 26 cities to popular Turkish tourist destinations every week. The most popular of them – Antalya, Izmir, […]

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The registration of participants wishing to take part in the 8th Annual International Optimist Regatta (BIOR) in Bodrum has over. The regatta, which will held on the peninsula from March 3 to 7, brings together 567 athletes from 20 countries. This year Turkey, Croatia, Sweden, Australia, Ukraine, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Slovenia applied for participation. And […]

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With Museum Pass Turkey (Museum Pass Türkiye) you can visit more than 300 museums and archaeological sites that belong to Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism for fifteen days and enjoy your trip through time.

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Public holidays in Turkey however mean that government buildings, banks and many official offices will closed. Anyway if you planning to visit Turkey for business or wish to complete any Turkey property purchase, better to avoid the following dates. Some dates, especially Ramazan and Kurban Bayram subject to change. The Turkish government also often extends […]

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Bodrum Pharmacies
15 February

In every district of Bodrum (Yalıkavak, Turgutreis, Gümbet and etc.) you can find at list 3-4 pharmacies. Check detailed information about Bodrum night pharmacies and their location below (E-banner).

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Küdür Peninsula at Bodrum (Yalıkavak) announced as “protected preserve area”. 4 reserve areas in Van, Antalya and Muğla registered and announced as “protected vulnerable areas”. Bodrum Mayor Ahmet Aras at the parliamentary meeting on 7 November 2019 stated that the Küdür Peninsula will declared as a “sensitive region”

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Walking route by the footsteps of Ancient Lelegs. In Pedasa lived the Lelegs during the Bronze and Iron Ages. Lelegs considered as a separate nation of the Ancient Carya, they moved here after the Trojan War. The flowering civilization of which fell for the period from 11th to 6th centuries BC.

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The third annual Almond Blossom Festival (Badem Çiçeği Festivalı) will held on the Datça Peninsula. This announced on Tuesday February 4 by the information publication Hürriyet. According to the report, this year the festival will held from February 7 to 9. The program includes cultural and sport events, concerts and fairs, where visitors can buy […]

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For the sea lovers: weekly Maritime talks in Bodrum Luckily for boat enthusiasts, sea lovers and history buffs, series of talks will takes part every Wednesday evening starting at 18:00 at the Bodrum Maritime Museum. Referred as “Maritime Meetings,” or in Turkish “Denizcilik Buluşmaları,” these a series of talks. On topics ranging from the history […]

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Turkey’s biggest airline, Turkish Airlines, announced the opening of new routes this year. New flight routes cover the popular cities of Germany, Netherlands, France and Switzerland. In addition, SunExpress has expanded its route network.

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The cruise ships, which are also known as “floating hotels” brought about 46 thousand tourists to Muğla last year. Tourists came to the fore with their proximity to historical places and islands as well as their natural beauties. Marmaris Cruise Port Operations Manager Bora Bayazit: “The sector continues to grow. Cruise tourism returns to the old […]

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The largest UK air carrier, British Airways, announced the opening of six new routes for the 2020 summer season. Among the summer flights are two Turkish cities: Bodrum and Dalaman. Direct flights to Bodrum and Dalaman will operated from London Heathrow International  Airport every Sunday from March 23 to October 24. In addition, flights to Antalya […]

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