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Rabbit Island, Bodrum City

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Once a resort, Rabbit Island attracted a prominent Hellenistic king, who would bring his loved one to feed wild rabbits and watch the days go by. Numerous archaeological treasures have been uncovered here, including an ancient theatre from around 400 BCE, a sacred burial site, and a 13th-century tower. Walk to the island through the shallow waters or get there by cruise boat to explore nature. Although only a few creatures remain on the island, you'll be able to see the excavations and swim in the clear waters, all while taking in stunning views of the bay. Before you head to Bodrum City, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Bodrum City vacation route planner, to make sure you see all that Bodrum City has to offer, including Rabbit Island.
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  • No non-sightseeing-places when there are so many beautiful places, everyone in his popular island unnecessarily. Go does not add anything to you. Instead, Bays and small settlements are much better navigate
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  • Not be go Gümüşlüğe just went down. Especially if you are the number one place to eat fish Gumusluk. Of course, rabbit island does not appear. The ramparts of the city submerged in the waters of the maximum through your lower back is to go to the island great walk through. Whilst this is digging around, but I used to. Red eyed white Rabbits. Tana ...
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  • You can easily skip to the island by walking along the sea of fish clean tas are comfortable with gore. single negative side a little expensive nearby cafés and restaurants
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