Bodrum’sCrusaders Castle, also known as Bodrum Castle-resting between the two bays that surround the city. This outstandingstructure was constructed by the Knights of St. John during the 11thCentury to defend the Southeastern Aegean. The fortress has beautiful gardensand houses the world-renowned Underwater Sea Museum.

The 4th Century B.C. Tombof King Mausoleum in Halicarnassus, which is one of the Seven Wonders ofthe Ancient World.

Mumcular Village in Bodrum for a unique village experience. Mumcular is a traditional Turkishvillage and the center for some eleven agricultural villages of the fertileplains in the Aegean. The village is famous for its olives, sheep, grains,freshly grown vegetables and the hand-made carpets that are mostly transportedto Bodrum, Milas and Istanbul to be exported.