While once a quiet fishing village, Marmaris managed to become one of the largest holiday resort of Aegean coast. Historical ruins, advanced tourism is the heart and soul of Marmaris. With many hotels, restaurants, night clubs, Marmaris offers holiday opportunities for every budget, and the population increases up to 200,000 in summer.
Despite being developed, extending about 10 km to the west of the Gulf, Marmaris is also famous for being green all year round, thanks to the pine trees surrounding the town. Many beaches, ancient cities and seaside villages around the bay are ideal for day trips. Marina, not because of Turkey's largest and most beautiful harbor, the busiest charter port along the turquoise shores.
Depending on the climate, the beaches, the town's facilities and transportation facilities are important positive elements that attract visitors. It is very easy to reach by bus from Dalaman airport, ferry services from Rhodes, and Datça and Fethiye highway. Its port has become attractive for many boats around the world thanks to the professionalism in yacht maintenance and services in Yalancı Boğaz. Marmaris has been a popular holiday resort for many years with its mild climate in winter and its impressive mountains surrounded by pine trees.
Friendly people, famous historical places, small harbors, untouched bays, wonderful dance of the sea and the sun.
You can navigate both ways between Marmaris, Göcek and Bodrum. Netsel Marina provides all kinds of alternatives for shopping while creating a modern and beautiful environment. the most beautiful bays is very close to the shores of Turkey in Marmaris. In summer, there is usually a pleasant wind for sailing and the wavelength is small.
Among the bays closest to Marmaris, Kumlubük, Kadırga, Çiftlik Port are the most suitable for the first or last overnight stay. You can stay on anchor in Kumlubuk or you can berth to a restaurant's buoy or a pier.
If you are planning a cruise towards Hisarönü Bay, you could berth in Serçe Harbor, Bozukkale, Söğüt, Bozburun, Dirsek Bükü, Kocabahçe, Selimiye or Orhaniye. If you have more than a week, you can extend your tour towards Datça and Knidos Port. In this region, you can berth to the paid piers (Mesudiye and Knidos) or the port in Palamutbükü. On the Datça side, perfect bays of all sizes outside the harbor invite you to an extraordinary nature, friendly people and more. Witness the the wonderful dance of the sea and the sun, and the famous Knidos ruins are waiting for you.
You can leave the ports of Marmaris, Bozburun, Datça or Göcek with customs and passports and visit our Greek neighbors. You can easily reach Rhodes, Chalki, Simi, Tilos, Nisiros and Kos Islands on your one-week tour from Marmaris.