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Marmaris Holiday Guide

Marmaris Holiday Guide

Population of Marmaris

Marmaris is located on the Lycian Coast of Turkey in the province of Muğla. A total of 94,247 live there, of which 49,805 men and 44,442 women.

The population growth in Marmaris has grown by 30% in the last 20 years.

Marmaris location

The bay in which Marmaris is located is also very attractive for tourists who want to cruise around with their yachts and sailing boats. Every year, the extensive marinas are full of sailing boats and other yachts that want to enjoy the flora and fauna for a longer period of time. For those who want to enjoy the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea in one holiday, Marmaris as a base would not be a bad idea.

History about Marmaris

The first inhabitants in this area would be around 3500 BC. have lived. The city was then called Physkos. This area has been inhabited by different peoples such as the Egyptians, Greeks, Persians, Romans, Byzantines and the Ottomans. Currently Marmaris is so touristy that the history of the beautiful city is kept back roads.

Marmaris, attractive seaside resort

Marmaris attracts a lot of tourists from all over the world every year. Large resorts are hired by travel agents who stunt with amazing prices. All inclusive resorts where you can fully enjoy ultra inclusive packages. The ultimate sun holiday for young and old. Corendon and TUIfly are very active in promoting Marmaris with price bangers and this has a great impact on local residents. Over the past 10 to 15 years, the income source of Marmaris and the surrounding area has been entirely based on the tourism sector.

The largest groups of tourists are the English, Dutch, Belgians, Russians and Scandinavians. You can party until late at night in Marmaris. If you choose the Barstreet, you will encounter many Dutch, Turks and Scandinavians in contrast to the Long Beach where you will encounter many English and Russians. Still feel like a disco, then go to one of the open air discotheques in the Barstreet.

Attractions Marmaris

If you want to relax or enjoy shopping in the streets, Marmaris has nice, busy streets. You soon notice that you are getting close to the bazaar. The Grand Bazar brings a lot of pleasant bustle. The bazaar is near the center and partly covered. This is also necessary in the summer months with high temperatures that can reach 35 degrees.

The bazaar looks authentic and you have many vendors inviting passers-by aloud and shouting to attract attention. A salesman can sometimes come across as pushy, but there is no harm.

Due to the continuous tourist flow, the sellers have learned Dutch phrases. The shops look quite modern. The products are generally replicas. Keep in mind that you pay too much at all times. Bargaining is not that bad.

Diving in the South Aegean coast. The water here is so clear that you can see meters into the depth. A boat will take you to the destination. Numerous excursions are organized, where you are brought to the location with a large group. In most cases, more information can be obtained from the travel organization where you booked the holiday.

In the center of Marmaris, you will find many pitches. Both in the afternoons and evenings. Tip; Don't just get to the top spot, look around and it's pretty normal to negotiate, regardless of whether the price is already listed. The employees who are at the pitches are proppers and negotiating with props is quite normal in Turkey.

The climate / weather in Marmaris

Marmaris has temperatures well above 30 degrees in the summer months. The period between June and the end of September is very hot. Snik is even hot! The average temperatures in these months fluctuate from 26 to 35 degrees.

The number of hours of sunshine can sometimes go up to 14 hours. If you enjoy exploring outdoor areas, we recommend that you use sunscreen regularly. If you want to discover Marmaris history in cooler months, you could book the holiday around October. You have the best chance of rain from October to April.

During the winter months, you will not experience a summer feeling in Marmaris. You will also see a lot less tourists. Heavy rainfall and heavy windstorms turn the resort into a gray gray area. In the spring period the flowers bloom and the sea is calmer.


Airport transfer prices differs from company to company. As Number One Transfer family, we offer you solutions with affordable prices. Here are the popular transfer routes and their prices:

Antalya Airport Marmaris Transfer: £ 138

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