Lined with resorts ranging from affordable stays to more luxurious hideaway, Bodrum has a reputation for being the St Tropez of Turkey, attracting hedonists and fashionistas. But there are still quiet corners reflecting the region’s more authentic way of life.
New 36-villa property Bodrum Loft has been designed like an Aegean village and is situated on a peninsula with easy Access to a peaceful beach. Facilities include a spa, gym and gourmet restaurants, with an option for in villa dining.
Sensitively carved into the rocks, the resort has been constructed with sustainability in mind.
Endemic trees such as sandalwood, olive and laurel have been preserved in the landscaped gardens, and green roofs collect rainwater to be recycled through a water filtration system and used in irrigation.