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Children: age 2-11, Infants: age 0-1
Language:
Turkish
Currency:
New Turkish Lira
Time Zone:
GMT +2 hours (GMT +3 in summer)
Flight Time:
4 hours 30
Airport Code:
BJV
Holiday Type:
Beach / Summer Sun / Winter Sun

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Located on Turkey’s southwestern Aegean coastline, compare holidays to Bodrum and prepare to visit this wonderful destination that exudes elegance and charm. In addition to exquisite conditions for a restful holiday, Bodrum is steeped in rich history, with holidays to Bodrum from Manchester offering its visitors plenty to discover.

Cheap Bodrum Holidays

Bodrum Region
Club Paloma Apart
3 star rating
Friday, July 7, 2017
7 nights Self-catering
from£319
Bodrum Region
Dedeman Club Bodrum
4 star rating
Friday, July 7, 2017
7 nights Self-catering
from£357
Bodrum Region
Bodrum Bay Resort
5 star rating
Friday, July 7, 2017
7 nights All inclusive
from£501

Five Star Bodrum Holidays

Bodrum Region
Bodrum Bay Resort
5 star rating
Friday, July 7, 2017
7 nights All inclusive
from£501
the Bodrum Peninsula. A renowned celebrity haunt and popular among yachties, holidays to Bodrum from Manchester offer a great deal of contrast. The area’s rich heritage stretches back to ancient times, with Bodrum built on the site of the ancient city of Halicarnassus. The Mausoleum of Mausolus was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, built in the middle of the 4th century BC. Unfortunately the incredible monument was destroyed by earthquakes in the Middle Ages, with only some foundations and remnants of sculptures left to view nowadays. Bodrum’s amphitheatre is an ancient structure that does remain and is one of the area’s best preserved sites; it can be found on the road to Gumbet. The most prominent landmark in town is the Castle of St Peter, constructed in the 15th century by the Knights Hospitaller. In addition to offering stunning views both of itself and the surrounding area, the castle also plays host to the Museum of Underwater Archaeology. Bodrum grew from being a simple fishing village to its status as a popular modern holiday destination, and it thrives in this new role. Construction has kept the aim in mind of preserving the town’s lovely Aegean character, although there are certainly lots of modern amenities to please the demanding visitor. The west side of town caters mainly for the well-heeled boat folk that pitch up, with an array of shops and eateries to suit. The east side offers a long and thin beach, next to which lie a plethora of bars, restaurants and clubs. Whichever part of town takes your fancy, our selection of holidays to Bodrum from Manchester Airport will not disappoint.