Marmaris guide for lifestyle, entertainment and attractions
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Where is Marmaris?
The Marmaris Peninsula, in southwest Turkey's Mugla Province, divides the Mediterranean and the Aegean seas.
Why buy property in Marmaris?
Tourism is the peninsula's main source of income, and its natural beauty attracts tourists from all around the world. During the peak season, the population swells to around 400,000 people.
The climate is typically Mediterranean, with hot summers and mild winters. The weather conditions bring sailors and windsurfers from all over the world, and there are two large and several smaller marinas on the peninsula.
What is there to do in Marmaris?
The closest cities to Marmaris are Dalaman, ninety kilometres to the east; Fethiye, eighty kilometres to the west; Datca, seventy kilometres to the southwest, and Bodrum, 130 kilometres to the northwest.
The closest airport is Dalaman, and airport shuttles can be arranged from all over the peninsula.
Overall impression of Marmaris:
From the old quarter of Marmaris town, with its busy bazaars and restaurants, to Icmeler's beaches where visitors of all ages enjoy water sports, there is something for everyone to enjoy on Marmaris Peninsula.
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