(İzmir‘s Adnan Menderes Airport, south of the city on the way to Bodrum, has many more daily flights. If you plan to rent a car, İzmir’s airport is a viable alternative to Milas-Bodrum Airport. It’s a drive of about 3 hoursfrom İzmir‘s Adnan Menderes Airport to Bodrum. More…)
Bodrum’s otogar (bus terminal) in right in the center of town at the intersection of Cevat Şakir Caddesi, Nafız Özsoy Caddesi, and Turgut Reis Caddesi (map), next to Bodrum’s municipal market, and the terminal for minibuses to other Bodrum Peninsula towns.
Minibuses zoom around the Bodrum peninsula from one town to another. The hub of the system is the Bodrum otogar (see above).
When planning ferry voyages, be aware that adverse weather can cancel sailings. Don’t plan a tight itinerary that depends on certain departures. More…
Here’s a Google map of Bodrum and vicinity.
Distances & Travel Times
Adnan Menderes (İzmir) Airport: 265 km (165 miles) N, 3-1/2 hours
Antalya, inland route via Korkuteli: 421 km (262 miles) E, 7.5 hours
Bodrum Airport: 33 km (21 miles) NE, 40 minutes
Ephesus: 160 km (100 miles) N, 2-1/2 hours
Fethiye: 265 km (165 miles) E, 4 hours
Istanbul: 830 km (516 miles) N, 13 hours
İzmir: 250 km (155 miles) N, 4 hours
Kuşadası: 151 km (94 miles) N, 2-1/2 hours
Marmaris: 165 km (103 miles) E, 3 hours
Milas: 63 km (39 miles) NE, 1 hour
Milas-Bodrum Airport: 33 km (21 miles) NE, 40 minutes
Muğla: 110 km (68 miles) E, 2 hours
Pamukkale: 310 km (193 miles) NE, 5 hours
Selçuk (Ephesus): 160 km (100 miles) N, 2-1/2 hours
Turgutreis: 20 km (12.5 miles) NW, 30 minutes
Yalıkavak: 19 km (12 miles) NW, 30 minutes
—by Tom Brosnahan