Located on southern coast of Bodrum Peninsula, Bodrum is unofficial center of Turkish yachting industry. It’s easily approachable from the nearest airport Milas–Bodrum. Whole area of Bodrum is filled with many antique sights, such as theatre of Halicarnassus, Mausoleum of Mausolus (one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World) and Castle of Saint Peter, also known as Petronium. Also known as hometown of Herodotus (father of history), Bodrum is incredibly charming and full of life town. From the sleepy town of fishermen and sponge divers in other half of 20th century it converted into the modern destination known for its bar, bazaars, shopping spots and nightlife. Directly in front of Bodrum there is Black Island, place famous for its hot springs and mineral baths and also place where Cleopatra allegedly made her getaway from the Romans and stood here for three years. Also known as Saint Tropez of Turkey, Bodrum is modern destination with pretty glamorous spirit.