Marmaris town guide for lifestyle, entertainment and attractions
Marmaris old town and marina
Marmaris town Summary
Marmaris combines a stunning natural beauty with a bustling cosmopolitan nightlife, offering the best of both worlds. Its nightlife is said to be the best on the south coast, with numerous clubs and bars stretching out from the marina.
However, the surrounding countryside's scenic roads and villages offer a cultural and historical experience that's second to none. You can explore unspoilt beaches and forgotten ruins.
Marmaris is hot in the summer, with temperatures soaring to up to forty-two degrees. Between May and October it almost never rains. Winter is mild, warm enough to wear a T-shirt. Rain and storms are quickly swept away, and the nights are chilly but never unbearable. You can even swim in midwinter.
Lord Nelson once readied his fleet here in preparation to battle the French. You probably won't see any sights as exciting as that during your visit, but you might be impressed with the marina's state-of-the-art facilities which attract sailors from all around the world.
Some might find Marmaris too busy for their liking. If that's the case, you might like to try nearby Icmeler or Datca to the west.
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