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Cheap Flights to Bodrum

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More than a million people each year flock to the beaches of Bodrum, making the most of its upmarket hotels, fashionable restaurants and relaxed atmosphere. With its enigmatic castle overlooking the town’s charming back streets, even in high season, you can always find a quiet spot to chill out.

When to Book Flights to Bodrum

Most tourists visit Bodrum in summer, when the town really comes into its own. With festivals and events taking place – and that much-needed, guaranteed sunshine – as you might expect, flights and accommodation can be more expensive at this time.

To find the best choice of cheap flights to Bodrum, try visiting just outside of peak season, either in early-summer or late-spring.

Avoid the major school holidays and you’ll be more likely to get a good deal on flights to Bodrum.

September through to November is also a good time, as it is also slightly cooler then than in the hottest part of the summer and airfares are also less high.

How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Bodrum

If you want to find the best choice of cheap flights to Bodrum from UK airports, then try and book as far in advance as possible. This is especially true if you are visiting in the school holiday period.

However, there are some other ways you can find great deals. It’s all about knowing how to search smart with Expedia.

Make use of the ‘Nearby airports’ option to expand your choice of departure and return points. You will be able to see if better deals are available from other convenient airports.

You can also click the ‘Show flexible dates’ option to see what else is available around your chosen travel dates. It may be possible to find cheaper flights on certain days of the week.

UK Departures to Bodrum

There are numerous flights to Bodrum from several UK destinations, including:

Main Airports in Bodrum

Milas-Bodrum Airport is located around 22 miles northeast of Bodrum, and 10 miles south of the town of Milas.

With a new terminal completed in 2000, it is a modern airport with flights to and from all over Europe, especially in the busy summer season. The airport handles around 3.2 million people a year, well under its capacity, so it feels comfortable and easy to use. Food and drink costs in the airport are also very high so it’s a good idea to bring your own refreshments.

There are very good Havas coach services connecting the airport and the town, usually timed to match departures and arrivals. The journey takes around 45 minutes.

You can also take a taxi, but these can be pricey so it’s best to try and haggle for a good price.

Which Airlines fly to Bodrum?

Cheap flights to Bodrum are available from a number of different carriers.

These include:

How to Get Around in Bodrum

If you’re just making the journey from your hotel to the beach and back, then walking is the easiest and most convenient option.

However, if you’re exploring more of the town, or taking longer journeys, then a dolmus (a shared taxi following a fixed route) is a good idea. This is generally the cheapest way of getting around in Turkey.

There are also plenty of private cabs but these can cost significantly more – and you should agree a fare before heading off.

What are the Must-Sees in Bodrum?

The most prominent and spectacular landmark is without doubt the Castle of St Peter that looms over the town. It’s a museum these days, and one that specialises in underwater archaeology. The castle itself is one of the best-preserved examples of medieval architecture in the world.

Another top historical attraction is the Bodrum Amphitheatre, completed in the Roman era but started during the reign of King Mausolus.

You’ll also find lots of windmills along the coast, many of which were in use grinding flour until the mid 1970s.

Tips for Travelling in Bodrum

British citizens will need a visa to visit Turkey (unless visiting on a cruise) and these can be obtained online before you travel for a cost of around £15. You can apply up to three months in advance of your stay and they generally last up to 90 days.

Haggling is an accepted part of the culture in Turkey, so always try and negotiate a price, even for taxis. You might find that you can get a good deal if you stick to your guns or are prepared to walk away.

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