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In Bodrum we recommend the following car rental offers

from 22 $ per day
Basic package

Good offers for a small budget

e.g. Renault Symbol
8 Days from 18.09 - 26.09.2024
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from 26 $ per day
Plus Package

Offers with top price-performance ratio

e.g. Renault Symbol
8 Days from 18.09 - 26.09.2024
Example vehicle
from 34 $ per day
All-round carefree package

This way nothing can go wrong - carefree and all inclusive!

e.g. Renault Clio
8 Days from 18.09 - 26.09.2024
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Bodrum by Rental Car

Most of you probably already know how great Turkey is. And well, Bodrum is probably the best place in the country. The city might even be called the place of our dreams. The city was formerly known as Halicarnassus and was a Turkish port town in the Aegean Region. Back in the ancient times, the city was called Halicarnassus of Caria. In the 16th century, the city saw a great deal of developments from an architectural point of view. The Suleiman Empire did a great deal to improve the sights in the city. But, after the Ottoman Empire took over, Bodrum became even better. The diversity of the two empires is clearly visible in Bodrum even today. You can just look at a building and determine the empire in which it was made. The city wasn’t that populated back in the 2000s, but since then, the city has seen a great number of investments from foreigners that purchased second homes in Bodrum. Back then, the population was looming around 30,000, but today, it is said to be several times that figure.

Bodrum is indeed a very decent place to spend your vacation in. The white-kissed houses, the jazz parties, the discos, the yachts and pretty much everything you could ask for in a popular tourist location. 

Where can I rent a Car in Bodrum?

After you’ve landed at the Milas AirportBodrum Airport, it can be quite difficult to traverse through the city on public transportation. That’s why we recommend getting a rental service from near the airport. There are rental car services located right next to the airport. You can find three or four rental companies within 100 meters of the airport. Our rental companies aren’t only close, but they are also extremely helpful. You can find pretty much any car you’re looking for. From sedans to four-wheelers, we have it all. All you need to do is point your finger to the car you want and that will be your ride for the day. To ensure you get your desired car upon arrival we recommend booking it easy, online in advance after comparing prices on our website. That way you will find the cheapest deals. We also offer a free cancellation up to 24 hours before pick up. 

Driving Laws in Bodrum

If you’re going to rent a car in Bodrum, you need to be over 21 years of age and hold a license at least for a year. Traffic always travels on the right and you need to be extra careful while driving in rural areas. Seat belts are mandatory and not wearing them might result in penalties. The speed limits of various areas of Bodrum are mentioned below:

Type of Road Speed in Miles per Hour
City 31 mph
Open Road 56 mph
Highways 55 mph

Drinking and Driving

Several years ago, the rules for drinking and driving weren’t as strict as they are today. You were allowed 0.5 mg per ml alcohol in your blood. But, due to drunken tourists causing accidents, Turkey has banned drinking and driving. You aren’t allowed to have any alcohol before stepping behind a steering wheel. If you plan to drive home after a party, it is recommended that either you don’t consume any alcohol or you should ask someone else to drive. Bodrum takes drinking very seriously and a violation of this rule will probably land you in a not so pleasant Turkish jail.

Places to Visit in Bodrum

As we mentioned at the start of this page, Bodrum has a rich history due to the Suleiman and Ottoman Empire. There are hundreds of architectural feats in Turkey and Bodrum was fortunate enough to get a decent number of them. The sights Bodrum has to offer are a spectacle for everyone to see. So, without any further delay, let’s get into the best places you have to visit in Bodrum…

Places Distance from the Airport Travelling Time
Zeki Muren Arts Museum 35 km 33 min
Castle of St. Peter 35.9 km 35 min
Aqua Pro Dive Center 41 km 44 min
Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archeology 35.9 km 35 min
Bardakci Cove 35 km 32 min
Bodrum Amphitheatre 36 km 32 min
Camel Beach 49.1 km 52 min

Festivals to Visit

Bodrum sure knows how to keep tourists occupied. Bodrum is a fresh air of modern festivities. The festivities are ones that everyone can enjoy. There isn’t anything that the Turkish are behind in. Their festivals are more of the same and will probably be one of the best events you’ve ever attended. Here are only some of their names: 

  • Victory Festival
  • Bicycle Festival
  • Bodrum Cup Wooden Yacht Regatta
  • Candy Festivals

Emergency Number

If you’re ever going to some other country, the first thing you should know about it are the emergency numbers. You’d be a fool to walk into a new country without having any knowledge of who to call if something goes wrong. To ensure that the people hiring our rental services know emergency numbers for the authorities, we’ll list all the important numbers you should know.

Services Numbers
Fire 110
Ambulance 112
Tourism 170
Police 155

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