BJV - BODRUM AIRPORT > ICMELER (ANY HOTEL)

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Airport

Transfer Point

Passengers

1 Persons
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Baby/Child Seat

 

1.VEHICLE SELECTION2.ORDER INFORMATION3.ORDER RESULT
Ford Focus
Ford Focus/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 3 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 3 Luggages
Duration:
52.00
Mercedes Vito
Mercedes Vito/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 6 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 6 Luggages
Duration:
58.00
Mercedes Vito XL
Mercedes Vito XL/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 7 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 7 Luggages
Duration:
60.00
Mercedes Sprinter
Mercedes Sprinter/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 10 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 10 Luggages
Duration:
70.00
Mercedes Sprinter
Mercedes Sprinter/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 13 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 13 Luggages
Duration:
75.00
Mercedes Sprinter
Mercedes Sprinter/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 16 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 15 Luggages
Duration:
80.00

Icmeler (Any Hotel) - BJV - Bodrum Airport Transfer

Bodrum (Turkish pronunciation :) is a region and a port city. It is located near the Gulf of Gökova on the southern coast of the Bodrum Peninsula. The city was called Caria Halicarnassus in the ancient world. Built in the 15th century, Bodrum Castle overlooks the harbor and the marina. The fort contains an underwater archeology museum and is home to various cultural festivals throughout the year. The city has a population of 36,317 in 2012. It takes 50 minutes by boat to arrive at least three operators in the center of Bodrum.
In classical antiquity, Bodrum was known as Halicarnassus (ancient Greek: Ἁλι :αρνασσ Hal, Turkish: Halicarnassus), a large city in ancient Caria. The modern name of Bodrum comes from the medieval name Petronium in the castle of St. Peter Hospitaller (see history).
Bodrum has a warm Mediterranean climate (in the Köppen climate classification Csa). The winter average was around 15 ° C (59 ° F) and 34 ° C (93 ° F) during the summer months. Summers are warm and mostly sunny, winters are warm and humid.
Mausolus ruled here that he ruled from now on from nominally 377 to 353 BC, nominally on behalf of the Persians, and independently from the practical point of view. When he died in 353 BC, both his sister and his widow, Artemisia II in Caria, used the ancient Greek architects to construct Satyros and Pythis, four sculptors Bryaxis, Scopas, Leochares and Timotheus, as well as to build a monument. . grave for him. The word "tomb" derives from the structure of this tomb. It was a temple-like structure decorated with reliefs and statues on a large floor. Today only the foundations and a few sculptures remain.

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