Take the maze of shady streets with their 1001 shops or enjoy a tea sitting at the harbor under the imposing fortress of Halicarnassus while admiring the numerous majestic sailboats.
In less than an hour, leave Greece behind for a day and discover Bodrum, the “Saint-Tropez of the Aegean Sea”. Once you have arrived at the harbor, you are entirely free and thus deciding how you want to spend the day. The possibilities are numerous: You can join a free panoramic tour and learn more about the city and its history Bodrum is of course famous for its markets and you can “shop ‘til you drop” in the bazaar, making sure to use all your bargain skills
If you are more after culture, you should definitely visit the remarkable Museum of Underwater Archeology. It is located in the majestic Castle of the Knights of St John that welcomes you as you enter the harbor. The Museum presents in a creative and exciting way the underwater discoveries of ancient shipwrecks in the Aegean Sea. The collections are phenomenal and the museum being nestled in the Castle and overlooking the sea, it offers many enchanting views.
There are many possibilities to treat your body to a healing steam bath or a soothing massage in a traditional hamam.
- Duty free allowances from Turkey in to Greece are 1 ltr of spirits and 1 pack cigarettes (about 25 cigarettes there is possibility to change).
- Greek customs are very strict regarding duty free allowances
- All guests have to bring their passports / ID with them in order to travel.
- The boat arrives to the old port of Bodrum.
- Boat trips are operated weather permitting
- All your personal belongings must be taken from the bus/boat
Bus from/to Hotel in Kos, Boat ticket from/to Bodrum, City tour in Bodrum (Optional – free of charge), German or French Tour Leader, Licensed Guide in Bodrum and All taxes.
Gratuities for driver & Guide or Tour Leader, Meals or beverages, Entrance fees to any archaeological site, Personal Expenses, Port Taxes 5,00€( per adult, child and infant as per 2017), Any service not mentioned.
for German every: Thursday & Sunday
for French every: Friday
Excursion is valid for accommodations in the following areas: