Marmaris is this longitudinal seaside road, loaded with hotels, restaurants and pubs, where tourists strut or cycle. It has an incredibly sunny weather in the summer with seas as calm as oil. Nice shopping is to be mentioned. so if you're looking for just a relaxing week far from culture and city hussle, Marmaris could be your destination.
Cities near Marmaris
- 1Turkey3 reviews
lots of things to buy and good price. they do ask you to come and look in their shops alot very friendly. they have a market at 10am on a monday.
- 2Turkey3 reviews
had 5 holidays here best ever
- 3Turkey2 reviews
Perfectly nice resort, which is quite remote from neighbouring towns, leaving you feeling a little isolated.
- 4Turkey1 review
- 5Turkey1 review
A spectacular sheltered bay, Orhaniye is marked on sea charts as “Keçibükü” or Goat Bay, while locals call it “Kızkumu’”, meaning Maiden’s Sand as there is a spit of sand reaching into the bay that you can walk across, so it is possible to see people ‘walking on water’ across the bay. The local legend claims that “A local girl ...
- 6Turkey1 review
- 7Greece34 reviews
- 8Turkey47 reviews
Great place...perfect for sailing, very clean water, great food, guaranteed 30+ c temperatures.....
- 9Turkey17 reviews
City of Fethiye is located on the sites of the ancient city of Telmessos (The Land of Lights), the ruins of which can be seen in the city by the main quay. Telmessos was the most important city of Lycia, with a recorded history starting in the 5th century BC. The city became part of the Persian Empire after the ...
- 10Turkey5 reviews
Dalyan is a working agricultural town which has grown up in this silted-up former river delta. It rose to prominence as the resort closest to the world famous Iztuzu Beach. Most holidaymakers make the journey to/from the beach on the co-operative run boats which ply their trade through the reed beds which connect the sea to Koycegiz lake, some 10kms ...
- 11Turkey9 reviews
One of the best non-touristy beaches you can find in Turkey is in Aktur - Datca. Great for young people to camp, and families to stay for the summer in the neighbourhood houses. Also close to good surfing schools.
- 12Greece11 reviews
Faliraki is a popular beach on the island of Rhodes. It is about 25 km away from the town of Rhodes. You can't miss it if you visit the island. There are lots of buses to go as well as you can access it with a vehicle. There are lots of bars to entertain.
- 13Turkey5 reviews
- 14Turkey2 reviews
A lovely small, yet quite cosmopolitan town dominated by it's marinas and yachting facilities. There are no beaches in town, so you would need to catch the local taxi boat to the beach across the bay, or catch a local bus or drive, to one of the nearby beaches further along the coast.
- 15Greece2 reviews
Sunset from the beach of Theologos village on Rhodes island
- 16Greece2 reviews
- 17Greece3 reviews
Ialysos is a village very close to the town of Rhodes. It is a popular village near sea between the main town and the airport of the island. It is a nice place to drink your coffee if you pass by.
- 18Turkey3 reviews
love it and hav bn 4 time am still looking forward to going back just a gr8t place x
- 19Greece2 reviews
- 20Greece4 reviews
A quiet beach resort, away from the bustling crowds of Rhodes town or Faliraki. No extraordinary features, but extremely friendly, simple and relaxing.