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How Many Days to Spend in Bodrum

Bodrum has been dubbed “the new St. Tropez” due to its luxurious resorts and beach clubs, but it’s also an incredible destination for an immersive journey. Our travel experts know this area intimately, so they can suggest the ideal accommodation, boat charters and guides tailored specifically for you.

Spring is a popular time to visit as it’s not quite summer yet but still warm enough for outdoor activities. Not only that, but you can take in the scenery without the crowds and hotel prices tend to be cheaper too!

June is an ideal month to visit if you’re looking for a break from the summer heat. With generally less rainfall than other months, June makes for ideal conditions for water sports like surfing and kite surfing.

Autumn can be a bit of a hit-or-miss period of the year, with early October seeing nice weather but then turning cold and rainy in November and December. If you’re searching for a quiet holiday, now may be the time to avoid the crowded beaches; however, be aware that evenings can get quite cold and windy.

One of the best activities to do in Bodrum is taking a day trip to Gumbet Beach. It’s easily accessible from Bodrum city centre and there are plenty of restaurants and bars along the beach for you to choose from. For something unique, why not try an exciting Jeep Safari? Not only will this provide you with wonderful views of rural Turkey’s countryside, but also give you an opportunity to sample some local delicacies!