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Marmaris Holidays

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A big-time tourist favourite, Marmaris has some of the most beautiful beaches on the Mediterranean coast.

Lively nightlife

Marmaris is famous for its nightlife: whether you’re into karaoke bars, high-end clubs or Turkish nights, you can party to your heart’s content here. Head to the beachfront or Bar Street for a fantastic night out.

Great for day trips

Visit neighbouring Dalyan with its ancient ruins, and marvel at the snow-white limestone and hot springs at Pamukkale. One of the great things about Marmaris is that you can get out and explore Turkey’s history and natural beauty, and make it back to your hotel on the same day.

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Dolmus minibuses are a great, cheap way of getting around. You can easily hop on one to İçmeler beach, or nearby towns and villages.

Best beaches

For thrilling watersports, fabulous views of the mountains and food and drink close by, head to Marmaris beach. If you’re looking for something quieter, İçmeler beach, a 15-minute drive away, boasts clear waters and soft sand. Take a boat trip to Gökova Bay and enjoy its deep blue and turquoise hues.

Top sights

You can see stunning remote beaches, waterfalls, mountains and countryside on a Jeep safari. Or take a day trip to the ancient city of Ephesus and marvel at the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. If you’re planning a trip to Pamukkale, bathing in the natural thermal springs is a must.

Out and about

There are four waterparks to choose from – the biggest is Atlantis, with its Black Hole and Kamikaze slides, wave pool and Kids Land for little ones. You can try scuba diving, parasailing and jet skiing at Marmaris and İçmeler beaches. And there’s plenty to keep you entertained on land, like horse riding and quad safaris.

Eating and drinking

Marmaris harbour and Netsel Marina in Marmaris Cove are the places to go for freshly prepared seafood and authentic Turkish cooking. Plus, you get gorgeous views of the boats and sea. If you’re the mood for something more international, there’s Eastern European, Indian and Mexican food too.


Head to the Grand Bazaar where you can pick up Turkish delight, turquoise evil eye pendants and apple tea. Turunç Market is the place to try fresh fruit and veg, cheese and nuts. Marmaris is well-known for its honey, so make sure you buy some from the market for the folks back home.


Small bars line the beachfront, but if you’re looking to do some serious partying, head to Bar Street which has over 100 clubs and bars. The cabaret and dinner show Talk of the Town is also popular with Brits. If you’re looking for something a little different, try Kervansaray’s Turkish night where you’ll have a traditional dinner and enjoy some belly dancing and Turkish music.

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Where is it?

In the southwest corner of Turkey, Marmaris lies along the beautiful Turkish Riviera. It’s within easy reach of fellow resort İçmeler by bus.

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