Marmaris is a place from heaven with its long coastal line, number of its bays, natural port, closeness to ancient ruins, natural beauties, blue tour opportunities, modern yacht marinas and all sorts of water sports.
You may swim in Marmaris even in winter thanks to its Mediterranean Climate. The surrounding dense and high mountains full of pine forests, including rare Liquidamber Orientalis trees and plane trees, form a very strong green belt for Marmaris.
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Where can I get the bus from Marmaris?
Local mini-buses (called a dolmus in Turkish) operate throughout the resort and also to neighbouring resorts of Icmeler and Turunc. For travel further afield, buses leave and arrive at Marmaris bus station near the entrance to the resort.
What is the nightlife like in Marmaris?
The nightlife is entertaining and varied. Along the beachfront you will find fun pubs and Karaoke bars with dance shows put on by the staff and local acts. Drag shows are popular, the most famous being the ‘Talk of The Town’. For serious clubbers, head to Bar Street which is packed with revellers of all different nationalities every night of the week throughout high season. If you prefer to sit back, relax and watch the colourful parade of people, the many open air restaurants along the beachfront and the old harbour stay open till late.
The currency used in Marmaris is the Turkish Lira. You’ll find ATM machines and foreign exchange facilities around the resort,