Opposite the Greek Island of Kos, the Bodrum Peninsula is an area filled with amazing sights. In Bodrum Town, you'll find one of the seven ancient wonders of the world, the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus. You can also explore fascinating museums that house local artefacts and give context to the antique relics and ruins of the region. Blending high sophistication with a rich history, this town is a pleasure to stroll day and night, with lots of fun attractions, like the lively Bodrum Market clothing bazaar. Be sure to also visit Kara Ada, an island popular with sailing and yachting. The small fishing port of Gumusluk is home to some of the finest dining in the Bodrum Peninsula. You'll find a wide sandy bay lined with restaurants that overlook the sea, and offer great views of Rabbit Island and the ancient ruins of Myndos. Then there is the town of Yalikavak, where whitewashed buildings and narrow cobbled streets decorate the pretty harbour. With its fine sandy beach and exclusive marina, Turgutreis offers more of the magic found at Yalikavak. Yachts bob in the sheltered bay, and picturesque islands nestle just out to sea. Come evening, the sky transforms the landscape with spectacular sunsets. Lastly, check out Akyarlar, whose soft sands, and gentle waves beckon families and honeymooning couples.