Yacht Charter Marmaris Special Offers & Last Minute
Like some other famous resorts on the French Riviera, yacht charter Marmaris became the protagonist in a wonderful story which saw it evolve from a small fishing hamlet to a popular tourist resort on the Turkish coast bordering the Mediterranean.
The only difference is that while some of the other resorts took decades and even centuries to develop, Marmaris managed to do it in just a couple of years. The touristic boom started here in the 80s and it was quickly followed by a expansion boom which took Marmaris to what it has become today.
Located in the southwestern part of Turkey, a part of the Turkish coast which is full of small peninsulas and islands, thus giving it a great sailing potential. The closest airport is located 100 km due east of the city, in Dalaman, which means the transfer is up to the tourist. The easiest and cheapest way is to take a bus which has about an hour and a half trip and can also be booked online before you arrive.
The only road to town and on the peninsula is the D400 so you can't miss it or get lost if your crew is driving here. The D400 is also the road you need to follow when coming in from the Dalaman airport in case you rented a car after landing there.
Because the town of yacht charter Marmaris is very old, being founded sometime around the 6th century BC, it has a long history, but sadly not much of that survives to this day. The one sightseeing attraction is the castle, a reason for pride for all the locals which has recently undergone extensive renovation and has been turned into a museum.
The eating out experience is dived into several categories according to your budget, time and willingness to experiment. From food stalls in the street to fancy hotel restaurants and everything in between, yacht charter Marmaris offers something of the Eastern cuisine for every hungry sailor. Of course, for those that can't part with the western dishes, there are food courts in the malls that serve most international menus.
All the fun you can have in yacht charter Marmaris during the day extends at night too. It's safe to say no one grows bored after sunset here. You start off your night with a drink at any of the numerous bars on the waterfront where you can watch the sun set. Then, just take your buddies and head out to Bar Street in the old town, where you'll find clubs and bars, from the smallest to the biggest outdoor venues that host huge parties every weekend.