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Binadan dışarı adım attığınızda, dükkanlar, mağazalar, marketler, büfe, restoran, kafe ve barlar karşınızda olacak. Denize ve günübirlik teknelerin kalktığı Kordon Caddesi, Halk Plajı, Marmaris Kalesi, Barlar Sokağı yakınında, şehrin tam merkezinde, mükemmel konumdadır. Yeni döşenmiş olup inverter klima, 102 cm smart tv, hazır mutfaklı olup; elektrikli seramik ocak, elektrikli fırın, çamaşır makinesi, termosifon, buzdolabı, fön makinesi, duşakabin ve 7/24 sıcak su bulunmaktadır.
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Hi! We are Emel and Oğuz. Our flat is in the heart of Marmaris center which has sea and forest views terrace, 1+1 duplex. It is fully equipped with everything you need for a short or long stay in Marmaris. All equipment is brand-new. Facilities; -50 Mbps limitless internet -Netflix -Youtube -2 air-conditions Walking distance to; -Marina -Bars street -Supermarkets, -Shops -Boat tours The nearest beach is 10 min by walking. We are looking forward to our guests :)
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All About Marmaris
The port town of Marmaris lies on the Turquoise Coast in southwest Turkey, an area known for its pleasant climate, pine-capped mountains, and warm blue-green seas. To the south, neat rows of sunbeds line soft strips of sand on the Uzunyali, Urban, and Siteler beaches, while north of the city, mountains of cypress and red pine forests look over the bay below.
The proximity of Marmaris to both the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas makes it a fantastic launching-off point for trips by boat, and cruise ships and yachts make frequent stops to the port. In the city’s Old Quarter, cobblestone paths wind past the cool, whitewashed walls of traditional homes and hidden cafes. And cats love to loiter near the ancient castle looking out over Marmaris Bay. Downtown, restaurants serve everything from kebabs and steak to manti — a thrice-sauced dish of lamb-stuffed dumplings — along with an anise-flavoured liqueur called raki, and cups of Turkish tea. And when night falls, it’s off to Bar Street: the neon heart of Marmaris nightlife.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Marmaris?
Summers in Marmaris are when the beaches — and Bar Street — are at their hottest. July and August are great months for swimming in the bay or exploring the Mediterranean Sea, and the waters are warm enough for extended sessions of snorkelling and deep-sea diving. September is cooler but still beautiful, with more than enough sun for ventures through the city or a late lunch by the sea. A full week of yacht races begins around late October. Winter arrives not long after, with much of the town shutting down for the off-season. Marmaris thaws out again in spring, and May sees the mountains full of fresh blooms and well-fed streams, making it a great time to hike and bike the Marmaris Mountains.
What are the top things to do in Marmaris?
Marmaris Castle and Museum
Marmaris’ famous Ottoman castle has stood guard over the city’s shores for more than 2,000 years. Now a museum, it hosts a collection of archaeological exhibits — but it’s the palm-dotted garden and sweeping views of the bay that take this historic site to the next level.
Turkish baths are a tradition dating back to the Ottoman era, and their popularity continues even today. The basic hammam experience involves putting on a towel and sweating it out in a communal steam room. But many baths now also offer more modern spa-like services, and massages are especially common.
Walking 600 metres into the sea would put most people well underwater, but at Kizkumu, an unusual sand bar lets visitors wade more than half a kilometre across Orhaniye Bay without ever wetting their shoulders. With deep gemlike waters on either side of the path, and the warm scent of pine perfuming the air, it’s an altogether otherworldly place.