Milas Bodrum Airport (BXN)
Orientation and Maps
With a population of almost 35,000 inhabitants, the city of Bodrum is located on the south-western side of Turkey, in the Mugla Province and next to the Aegean Sea. Once known for its fishing industry, Bodrum is now one of Turkey's most popular holiday resorts and offers a spectacular stretch of shoreline, a large marina area and many exceptional nightspots. Bodrum is also a particularly historic city and its castle dates back to the beginning of the 15th century.
On the north-eastern outskirts of the city, Milas Bodrum International Airport (BXN) is a prominent gateway to this part of Turkey and is also close to the city of Milas.
Milas Bodrum International Airport (BXN) Maps: Important City Districts
Bodrum's beaches are without doubt one of the main highlights of the city, although the numerous olive groves, pine woodlands and fishing harbours all add a certain charm and unforgettable character to the region. Bodrum Castle lies at the heart of the city and is also known as the Castle of St. Peter. The castle is now home to the popular Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology and has become a major tourist attraction.
Yachting around the coastline is unmissable and Turkey's Aegean shores are especially scenic. Many interesting villages can be reached by boat and are close to Bodrum, featuring small harbour areas.