Isil Club is situated 8 kms from Bodrum - an idyllic destination where striking scenery and gorgeous weather make it a haven for holidaymakers.
On a trip to Bodrum the main sightseeing attractions are Bodrum Kalesi (Bodrum Castle) built by the Knights between 1402-1437 and The Ancient Amphitheatre which is 2000 years old. Bodrum harbour itself is a fabulous stop for lunch, where you can watch the world go by and boats come and go.Nearby attractions include:Mausoleum
- This is Bodrum's oldest antiquity and was built by Artemisia II in honour of her husband King Mausolos. The monumental tomb became one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. After the Mausoleum was destroyed by an earthquake in the 12th century, an exhibition about what the Mausoleum probably looked like, together with a large model, provide a vivid lesson on the history of the area which was then called Halicarnassos.Amphitheatre
- The theatre is another witness to the great past of Bodrum. Situated in the hillside overlooking Bodrum this theatre whose capacity is around 13.000 was built during the Carian reign in the Hellenistic age (330 - 30 BC.). The theatre consists of three different sections: a place for the audience, a place for an orchestra and the stage. It became an open-air museum after the excavations in 1973.St. Peters Castle
- The most prominent feature of Bodrum is the castle of St. Peter. The castle's origins date back to the knights of St. John but now it is one of the finest museums in this region where you get wonderful views of the town and sea, are several mighty towers, a chapel, dungeon and Turkish bath, all set in gardens and linked by steep steps and passageways.Ephesus
- This site is about 160 km North of Bodrum can be reached in approximately two and a half hours by bus. A city once renowned throughout the Classical world as a major trading port, a metropolis of some 250,000 inhabitants and a religious and cultural centre. It was also the home of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.