The Bodrum Old Town is a picturesque sea-facing part of Bodrum filled with narrow streets with beautiful mosaics. The brick-laid streets are lined with shops and houses. Initially a fishing village, the old town is now a Santorini-like area with white-painted houses covered in flowers and greenery. The town is lined with shops for traditional Turkish handicrafts, lampshades, antiques, clothes, jewellery, and much more. There are several sea-facing cafes, restaurants, and bars throughout the town.
The Kizilhisarli Mustafa Pasha Mosque is located in Iskele Square in the old town. The historical mosque is a popular site and was built in 1492. The Bodrum Castle and Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology are in close vicinity.
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