Luxurious Villas in Muğla With Spectacular Design
The 1st phase of Mansions, designed in harmony with nature, is located within 14.167 square meters.
23 of our 5+1 mansions have been designed in accordance with the existing positions of the trees in order not to harm the natural perfection of the land.
In Demirbükü Bay, which brings together the untouched blue of the sea and the green of the forest in Bodrum, exclusive restaurants and cafes of world cuisine will serve, as well as our beach and pier services along the coastline.
All products used in our project are environmentally friendly products that do not contain lead and petroleum
* Suitable for Citizenship
* Ready to Move
Located on 14,000 m2 area
5+1 Bedroom Options
Indoor Swimming Pool
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Parent Dressing Room
|Rooms||Min m2||Max. m2||Min. Price||Max. Price|
|5+1||440 m2||520 m2||3.000.000 $||3.000.000 $|
10 Minutes to Sea side
25 Minutes to Highway
45 Minutes to Bodrum International Airport
The name Bodrum comes from the knights of St Petrium, one of the founders of the Castle. At that time, this name, pronounced as BODRUM by the Turks living here, became definite as Bodrum with the establishment of the Republic.Luxurious Villas in Muğla With Spectacular Design
Bodrum, which had a population of approximately 5000 in the first years of the Republic, was known as a small port town that made its living by fishing, sponge diving and agriculture before tourism. Since 1965, with the development of tourism, population growth and construction started to make Bodrum a rapidly developing tourism center. (Luxurious Villas in Muğla With Spectacular Design) Today, bodɾum is a tourism center in the most special and beautiful geography of the world, attracting attention with its cultural and historical richness and increasing its attraction with these features.
How old is the history of the Bodrum peninsula? More than 5,000 years! Archaeologists examining the Cheese Flower Cave in Gündoğan in 1991 found painted ceramic pots and jars from the Chalcolithic (Copper-Stone) age (5,000 – 3,000 BC) and a stone axe.
Luxurious Villas in Muğla With Spectacular Design ,. This discovery is important in that it is an example of a Chalcolithic cave settlement, which is rarely seen in Western Anatolia. The Bronze Age (3,000-1,200 BC) was an active period when copper-tin alloy tools and bronze weapons were made in Anatolia. Late Bronze Age Mycenaean tombs dating to 1,400-1,200 BC have also been found on the peninsula.
During the migrations after the Trojan Wars around 1000 BC, the Dorians from Greece and the Aegean Islands established a settlement on the small island in the gulf, which they called Halicarnassus. The Dorians lived together with the Carian and Leleg tribes who lived in the interior and preserved their identity until 400 BC. Luxurious Villas in Muğla With Spectacular Design
At the end of the struggles between the Lydians and the ‘superpowers’ of the time, the Athenians and Persians, the Carians came under Persian rule and began to be ruled by satraps (governors) appointed from among the local people.
(Luxurious Villas in Muğla With Spectacular Design) The first satrap of Mylasa (now Milas), known as Hyssaldomos, was succeeded by his son Hekatomnos in 392 BC. Mausolos, son of Hekatomnos, who came to power in 377 BC, moved the center of the region to Halicarnassus and started a comprehensive reconstruction program in Hellenistic style.
Under this program, the peninsula population except Myndos (present-day Gumusluk) and Eastern Syangela was forcibly resettled in Halicarnassus. Mausolos had a palace built, the ruins of which were discovered during the archaeological excavations of Bodrum Castle. Today, parts of the city walls of Mausolos can be seen in Göktepe around the ancient theater.
The most impressive part of the city is the restored Myndos Gate, which is one of the two gates to the city. Luxurious Villas in Muğla With Spectacular Design
Another prominent historical structure of Bodrum is the Ancient Theater with a capacity of 10,000 people. Although it was changed during the Roman Empire, it is one of the oldest theaters in Anatolia and can host 3,500 people even today, when it hosts Bodrum summer concerts. Luxurious Villas in Muğla With Spectacular Design