Important Local Numbers

Fire                                                                    110 Emergency                                        […]

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Helpful Tips

Be aware that traffic may come at you from the opposite direction to that in the UK. Also, traffic in area is not required to stop at pedestrian crossings. It is generally agreed that it is best to change your sterling to lira in Marmaris. Take about £50 worth of lira with you to tide […]

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Lost or Stolen Credit Cards

If your credit cards go missing for one reason or another, use one of the below numbers to speak to your back directly. Remember that these lines may cost you Money to call, but they operate 24 hours a day. American Express  – 0044273696933 Bank of Scotland – 00441314541605 Lloyds Bank – 00441702278270 Natwest – […]

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Marmaris Castle

  The most important building in the centre is the castle. The Castle was first constructed by Ionians. The preserved today was built by Ottomans in 1522. During the First World War I it was damaged by cannonball fire opened from French war ship. A museum in the Castle was restored between 1980-1990. The entrance […]

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Shopping in Marmaris

  The fans of everything (what is famous in the Orient) will see the true value of wealth and variety of the Turkish bazaar and gift shops. The rest sated with excursions will allow to get traditional and unusual souvenirs by fair price in specialized centers. As a rule, its owners select more quality goods […]

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Pharmacies, Banks, Post Offices

Pharmacy The local drugstores are called ”Eczane” in Turkish and often have a sign with a red cross on a white background. There is many pharmacies in city center and along main strip. Their usual openin times are from 9:00am to 6:30pm Monday to Friday, and there is rota system for out-of-hours chemists, which is […]

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Divine Drinks of Turkey

RAKI – This super-strong aperitif plays a big part in Turkish dining, and goes particularly well with seafood thanks to its fragnant, almost fennel-like taste. It’s often enjoyed diluted with two parts waters (which turns of clear liquid milky White) and lots of ice.   Turkish Coffee – Served in a small cup called fincan, […]

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Food

The Dishes are rich and healthy. The fish, calamari and shrimps are fresh daily. Tomatoes, lettuces and parsley freshly picked. It must to have Turkish coffee after sea food, meat dishes and deserts. For Eastern, Italian, and French cuisine is also offered as well as Turkish. Most restaurants offer variety of cuisines. Fish is served […]

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Archaic age settlements

Physkos There are signs of settlement in the area from BC 3400. Remains of this important port town of the Archaic Caria region come into sight at Asar Hill, north of Marmaris City centre. Loryma (Bozukkale) Established in the Bozuk Bay, which is located at the southwest edge of the Bozburun Peninsula the most impressive […]

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Villages of Marmaris

Turgut Turgut is a village with status of a protected historical and natural area, and so it has been able to keep its unspoiled character. It is famous for its waterfall – not just any old waterfall, this one falls from a height of 6 or 7 metres. Around the falls is a breeding area […]

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Welcome to Marmaris

Marmaris is on the south-western side of Turkey where meet the Mediterranean and the Aegean Sea. 76 percent of territory is covered by forests and small hills that stretch along the coast. You’ll find beatiful beaches, waterfalls, mountains, grand bazaars, night life, daily excursions and historical places.

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Towns nearby Marmaris

IÇMELER İçmeler, developing as a the fact that İçmeler, which is situated on the skirts of pine patterned mountains, is only 8 kilometres away from Marmaris is one of its advantages. You can easily arrive at Marmaris with public service vehicles that serve at frequent intervals around the clock or with taxis anytime you want. […]

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