Milas-Bodrum Airport Guide (BJV)
Milas-Bodrum Aiport is 30 kilometres northeast of Bodrum, on Turkey’s southwest coast.
The airport’s domestic and international terminals are 600 metres apart (or a kilometre if you’re driving).
A shuttle bus travels between the airport and Bodrum city centre, as well as a few other destinations. Taxis are plentiful and you can find a list of fares on a board in the terminal. A taxi to central Bodrum is around TL40.
The airport has a cafe, a few shops and a currency exchange.
You can fly direct to Milas-Bodrum Airport from Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, London, Manchester and Newcastle. During the winter these flights tail off, but you can fly to Istanbul, where there are daily flights to Milas-Bodrum.
The hilly and picturesque Bodrum Peninsula has been popular with British tourists for a number of years. Its coastline boasts a number of beautiful beaches and the warm climate and sandy shores are perfect for families.
While those who enjoy a noisy party are well-catered for in lively Bodrum town and Gumbet, anyone seeking to get away from it all is also well positioned. Visit the fishing village, Gumusluk, for a quiet seafood dinner, or ancient Yalikavak, with its windmills and tranquillity.