The town centre of Marmaris is where the castle, port and marina are located. Marmaris Castle is an ancient castle, now a museum, that overlooks the whole area around the harbour and gives you a taste of the old town's character.
In the Marmaris region, you’ll see many pine trees forests. They are much loved by the local people for creating great vistas, giving shade and for their part in the production of the famous local honey!
Marmaris is the home of Turkish sweetgum, one of the best-known endemic species of Aegean Turkey. It is also known as Liquidambar orientalis. It’s a deciduous tree in the genus Liquidambar, native to the Marmaris and Köyceğiz districts.
Marmaris is also a major centre for blue cruise and gulet holidays, as well as luxury yacht charters. It has a wonderful combination of isolated coves and bays, secluded beaches, turquoise waters, and a wide choice of places to moor in.
Bayır Village is located 24 km to the southwest of Marmaris. The village is often included on the popular Jeep Safari Tours.
10 vibes for Marmaris
Marmaris promises you an endlessness. Here, you can 10 things to do and probably you can’t choose which is prominent!
Two days may not be enough to discover Marmaris. So, we offer you some activities to explore this heaven on earth in 48 hours!