The thriving tourism brand of the recent years, Marmaris is a district of Turkey's Muğla province with a population of 35,000 people. Situated along the Aegean coast, Marmaris enjoys a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild, wet winters. Snowfall is rare.
Marmaris is considered to be a part of ancient Caria, and settlement here began in the years B.C. In addition to the historical highlights such as the Lycian Rock Tombs, and Marmaris Castle, there are many holiday favorites such as the Turtle Beach. Marmaris is important for yachters with its marina. Tourists visiting the region also enjoy taking mud baths. It is possible to find many good examples of Turkish and world cuisine.
You can reach Marmaris by air from the Dalaman Airport or by sea with yachts or boats. As a touristic region it is easily accessible, especially from the neighboring districts of Bodrum and Fethiye.