Marmaris , Mugla ,Turkey
is a port city on the southwestern coast of Turkey at the intersection of the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas of Muğla. Marmaris, one of the most important tourist centers of Turkey in terms of tourism, is the largest resort town of the Aegean Sea. The meeting place is the Aegean sea and the Mediterranean Sea.
What does Marmaris look like?
Due to its rich history and magnificent nature, throughout its history the Marmaris peninsula has been the settlement of numerous civilizations and has been home to numerous ports and cities. Natural beauty, long coastline, pine-clad hills with magnificent views of the Virgin bays, unique beaches, ancient cities, marinas, and events of all kinds, Marmaris, welcomes hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.
A part of the center of Marmaris surrounded by the Marmaris castle, the Marmaris pier and the Marmaris Marina is called the “Historical City Center”. It is located on the hilly land where Marmaris Castle is located, belonging to the Ottoman Empire 16. there are historical buildings dating back to the XVIII century.
Many of these historic buildings and structures have been renovated and still serve as restaurants, bars and shops. There are very few structures that are used as houses. It is impressive to walk through the decaying streets of the historic city center among wooden houses.
Marmaris Castle and Archaeological Museum and Marmaris Grand Bazaar are some of the most impressive places in the region.
Residential buildings in Marmaris are usually located along the coastline. As the most preferred residential area in Marmaris, the central district of Marmaris, which includes Uzunyalarlar Beach, Siteler and Grushutalan, is located first of all.
The most preferred resting place for those who want to stay more quietly after the center of Marmaris and away from the crowds of Marmaris is drinking. Then the citrus fruits will come.
The immediate environment
In addition, there are many resorts in magnificent bays in the Marmaris region, which is about 50 kilometers away. Hisaronu, Orhaniye, Selimiye, Bozburun and Akyaka are located in the middle bays of these resorts, while Kumluca, Çiftlik, Söğüt and Turgut are located in small bays. If this is not your first visit to Marmaris, and you are looking for a more diverse and peaceful holiday, you can also try these resorts.
Marmaris is also a paradise for lovers of camping and glamping. Marmaris and its surroundings also have campgrounds, forest camps, beach camps, bungalows and luxury camps (glamping) and decollete campgrounds among the magnificent bays and greenery.