The Bodrum Amphitheatre, one of the most beautiful tourist destinations on earth, is built on a hill overlooking Bodrum, Turkey’s port and castle. It was built in the fourth century BC, during the reign of King Mausolus, to serve as a home for the king and the populace. With an orchestra pit, a theatre, and 13,000 stone seats, the amphitheatre is divided into three main sections.
Mausoleum of Halicarnassus
At Halicarnassus, there is a monument honouring a Greek monarch who ruled Caria. He built a spectacular tomb with decorations, sculptures, and statues because he was known for his inclination to live a luxurious lifestyle. At the base of the mausoleum, passageways lead to rooms stuffed to the gills with wealth and valuables.
Turkey’s Bodrum is 25 miles away from Gumusluk Village, which is located on the remains of the ancient city of Myndos that were swept into the sea by earthquakes. Divers and photographers who enjoy taking underwater pictures visit the waterlogged city more frequently. If you go, you can enjoy its beautiful sunsets, savour wonderful food in a restaurant with a view of the water, and visit mosques.
Tavsan Island, often known as Rabbit Island, is one of Bodrum’s most popular destinations. Relaxation and mental tranquilly are encouraged by the island’s golden dunes, crystal-clear seas, and blue cottages. From the Turkish city of Bodrum, a short, level sea passage leads to the island.