A few years ago, Marmaris, like most coastal towns in Turkey, was an unpopular Turkish village. From time to time, passenger ships traveling along the Mediterranean were visited. It took only a few years to become a thriving resort. Marmaris holidays will help you feel your life!
Marmaris is located in the southwest of Turkey, where the Aegean meets the Mediterranean Sea. This is a great natural harbor. Sea-side mountains and wonderful bays complement the city. Forests are the top local value: urban occupations cover an area of 86,000 hectares, and the area covers 65,000 hectares of forests.
In the center of the old town, there is a castle on a hill with ancient, narrow streets radiating from the castle. These buildings are a typical example of Mugla architecture. The old Marmaris quarters will take away the noisy markets and old charms.
One of the most significant Mediterranean Yachting Centers in Marmaris is perfect for sea trips and knowledge to the shore. The place is close to the Greek island of Rhodes so it offers a wonderful opportunity to visit two countries on a trip.
The sun is perfect for relaxing on one of the wonderful beaches. The beaches include catamarans, sailing, water skiing and sailing. If you are looking for loneliness, there is another beach in Icmeler. And if that's not enough, wake early in the morning and take a boat on the sandy beaches of Cleopatra Island or at Turtle Beach.
Marmaris holidays are great for diving enthusiasts. There are also several diving centers, all of which offer well-organized underwater excursions and excursions as well as lessons for beginners. As for the evenings, cozy bars and restaurants, you can enjoy delicious meals from all over the world. Night clubs and entertainment centers are open to sunset so you will not be bored. The famous Marmaris Bar Street is always full of lively atmosphere. Several bars offer dance halls. The entrance is often free, so you only pay for drinks. Marina harbor with many cafes and seafood restaurants. Kids also love two small water parks (though adults feel a little bit bored).
Every day Marmaris's port meets luxury cruises with tourists who are ready to get acquainted with local and nearby attractions. One of them is the ancient city of Ephesus, the second largest Roman site (the first in Rome). The other attraction is the Pamukkale resort, the "cotton castle", often referred to as the world's eighth miracle.
Particular attention is paid to shopping in Marmaris. Numerous stores sell the skin in the heart of the city, natural sponges, carpets, sandals, dresses and traditional embroidery. Most hotels are usually suburban. As they stand along the coast, they are benevolent for those who have come here for sunbathing. There are several club hotels with larger areas. Most of them are 3 and 4 stars.
Marmaris is a real Turkish bead. The resort is open all year round for visitors from all over the world. Visitors are attracted to the cosmopolitan and relaxed atmosphere. You can be one of these!