Bodrum is a seemingly unknown region with a big reputation. Popular among writers and artists who feed their creativity on the unspoiled nature of the peninsula and elite travelers who enjoy Bodrum’s luxurious lifestyle, it is also a great destination for active and leisure tourists. The little delightful towns spread out over the peninsula display customary white and blue houses, traditional and chic restaurants, historical heritage from the times of Leleges in the VII century B.C. and the 70+ blue-flagged bays. Here you can combine a simple rural life with a fancy twist by visiting a local market in the morning and sip aperitifs while watching yachts from a café by the marina.