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Bodrum Airport, also known as Milas-Bodrum Airport is located just over 20 miles northeast of Bodrum. Since the airport completed on a brand new international terminal, the old terminal is now only used for domestic flights and is accessed via a walk across a field. Bodrum Airport has one runway.

Your booking confirmation will give you details of when and where to collect your hire car. The airport arrivals area is a great place for car rental Bodrum, the arrivals desks are easy to find and the pick up should be quick and effecient. Your Bodrum car rental will often have a road map and list of tourist destinations to help you make the most of your rental car.

About Bodrum Airport

The airport hosts around 2.5 million passengers each year and during the summer months sees a high increase in passengers arriving from other parts of Europe to enjoy their summer holiday. The most popular destinations to and from Bodrum are Amsterdam, Bristol, Brussels, Luton and Rotterdam.

Tourist Info

The popular holiday destination of Bodrum, situated on the southern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula, offers tourists a great beach side holiday. The summer months are hot and sunny and the winters stay relatively warm. The Bodrum Peninsular consists of small towns and villages by the edge of the coast.

The 15th century Bodrum Castle overlooks the marina and also houses the Museum of Underwater Archeology which is the home to some of the most fascinating underwater artefacts from the sunken shipwreck Uluburun, the castle also plays host to many festivals throughout the year. The marina was built during the Ottoman Empire days for the sultan Mehmed I. Bodrum became a favourite location for sponge divers up until the mid 20th century, today it is a very popular sailing destination.

One of the main attractions to the east side of Bodrum is its beach, added and artificially enhanced by the authorities. The area around the beach offers visitors numerous restaurants, bars and large nightclubs for the more frenetic visitors. A well known feature on the landscape of the area around Bodrum are the 18th century white windmills, constructed of stone and lined with wooden planks and found in various locations across the Bodrum Peninsular, were still being used until the 1970’s for grinding flour.

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