Between the end of July and the beginning of September, Turkey is extra busy with the height of summer bringing thousands to the coastal regions. July and August days are long and hot and the nights are warm. June, the beginning of July and all of September offer a better combination, with warm days and cool evenings. The water in September can be especially warm in places. The months of May and October offer excellent sailing conditions and the opportunity to go trekking or fishing.
Charter flights to Bodrum Milas Airports leave very frequently from major airports in the World between April / May and October / November and less so between mid November and April. Also there are many airlines that have direct flights to Istanbul, Izmir and Antalya and domestic airlines have regular flights to and from Bodrum.The flight from Istanbul to Bodrum Airport takes about an hour. Coming from Greek Islands ; There are ferries between operated by ferry companies. Bodrum Ferryboat Association has daily trips between Kos and Bodrum throughout the summer. In winter, ferries run three times a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The ferryboat leaves Bodrum at 09:00 and returns from Kos at 16:30. The Bodrum-Kos trip takes about 1 hours. The same association also runs a hydrofoil during the summer months everyday except Sunday. For those visitors coming to Bodrum by road, the distances from the surrounding towns and cities are as follows: Bodrum Airport : 40 km Dalaman Airport : 200 km İzmir Airport : 225 km Marmaris : 165 km Göcek : 200 km Fethiye : 230 km Antalya : 430 km