Your Holiday In Marmaris
Marmaris is a coastal town, a port city and a tourist destination on the southwest Mediterranean coast of Turkey, in the Mugla Province. Marmaris is one of the Turkey's most popular holiday towns and largest resorts on the Aegean coast. With its surroundings, long coastline, outstanding landscape of pine-covered hills, isolated bays and inlets, wonderful beaches, ancient cities, marinas and every kind of attractions; Marmaris welcomes about 400,000 people during the tourism season.
Marmaris can be considered as the Mediterranean paradise. Marmaris is also a major centre for yacht tourism and blue voyage. Marmaris has easy and well-built connections to the nearby airport in Dalaman, and on the road to Mugla, Datca and Fethiye. Transportation in the town is very well organized.
Marmaris offers a great opportunity for the holiday makers with its restaurants, nightclubs and shopping centres. Marmaris is a beach holiday resort teeming with a wide range of hotels, so you'll most likely find a hotel which suits your budget. It's really no surprise Marmaris has grown in popularity with its sandy beaches, lively nightlife and great facilities for families, couples and groups alike. Holidays in Marmaris can be as active or relaxed as you like, the beaches provide several water sport activities as well as the close by aqua park which provide affordable entertainment for all ages.
A great day out at the Marmaris beaches, a fun day out at the Marmaris water parks, a lively night out at the Marmaris nightclubs, daily boat trip to Dalayan, 4x4 Off-Road Safari, participating to daily boat trips made to nearby coves, water sports, cycling, participating to Marmaris Village tour and eating out at the quality Marmaris restaurants
Icmeler is a beautiful beach resort only 8 kilometres from the large and vibrant resort of Marmaris and mostly considered together. This pine forested heaven is infused with all the atmosphere of both the Mediterranean and the Aegean Seas and is truly picturesque against the backdrop of magnificent mountains.
Marmaris is full of quality restaurants and cafes. Most Marmaris restaurants and cafes are located beside the seaside and the Marmaris Castle area. You are able to find every kind of food & beverage & world cuisine for your taste. There are live music and cafe-bar opportunities for the couples or groups after dinner as well.
The nightlife in Marmaris is vibrant and there are plenty of bars, discos and nightclubs to choose from. The many Marmaris nightclubs provide nights not far off those found in Ibiza. You may find every kind of music for your taste. Crazy and wild nights of Marmaris are centred on the Bar Street and Uzunyali Beach. There are also many quality small cafes & bars along the waterfront.
Shopping areas are well built and offer great brands and opportunities to their guests. Leather, jewellery, brand clothing, carpets, handicrafts, Turkish delight and souvenir shops
Marmaris Castle, located in the centre is worth seeing. There are a lot of historic places and ancient cities to see as well. Marmaris has always been an important coastal town and trade centre for centuries, due to its location on the intersection point of Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. History of Marmaris starts when the first settlement begun with the arrival of a tribe to the region in from 3400 BC. Although it is not certain when Marmaris was founded but in the 6th century BC the city was known as Physkos and it was part of the Caria.