Marmaris for endless possibilities.
The charming town of Marmaris was a small fishing village squeezed in a bay between two mountain ranges on the southern coast of Turkey. In the last few decades, it has evolved into a popular touristic resort of the Mediterranean, with numerous hotels, restaurants, bars and shops, as well as a bustling marina that attracts large numbers of yachts and sailing boats throughout the year.
Attractions of Marmaris
The main attractions of Marmaris that you should not miss out on, especially if you are visiting for only a day are the medieval Castle on the hilltop, the Old Town surrounding it with the only traditional houses and buildings left in Marmaris, the Museum with significant archaeological finds from Knidos, Datça and various shipwrecks and the Bazaar, a typical eastern marketplace.
Things to do in Marmaris
When in Marmaris, you should definitely try the local cuisine. Here, typical eastern flavors meet international cuisine in an interesting blend that leaves no one unsatisfied. Also, the Bazaar is a great place for shopping, where you will find anything from fiery spices to traditional artwork or delightful sweets and treats for a bargain! Strolling around the Old Town and the Marmaris promenade is an experience that will only leave you wonderful memories of Marmaris.