Once a quiet fishing village, Marmaris, not only in Turkey, not in all the Aegean coast, managed to become the largest resort, has developed itself.

With its historical ruins, modern, advanced tourism is the spirit and heart of Marmaris. With many hotels, restaurants, night clubs and holiday resorts in Marmaris, the population increases to 200,000 in summer.

Although developed, west of the Gulf, extending about 10 km, Marmaris is also famous for being green all year round with pine trees surrounding the town. Many coastal, ancient cities and coastal villages around the bay are ideal for day trips. Marina, Turkey because it is the largest and newest port is the busiest charter port along the turquoise shores.

History

It is thought that the first settlement in Marmaris was 3400 BC, when its leader was known as Kar, when the area reached the region. After that, the region called the Aegean Sea and the Karla around the Mediterranean region, many civilizations wanted to seize a region.

Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent in 1522 with an army of 200000 people. He besieged Rhodes, the center of the knights of John, who then strengthened the city’s defenses by strengthening the weak fortress. Lord Nelson and his navy, who would perform the Battle of Aboukir with Napelon’s coat of arms, stayed in Marmaris harbor.

Marmaris has been dominated by many different civilizations for many years, including Egyptian Assyrian, Ionian, Doric, Iranian, Syrian, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman architectural and historical ruins.

Climate

The summers are extremely hot and dry, the temperature can reach up to 35 degrees Celsius, the winters are moist and rainy, the temperature can drop to 5 degrees Celsius at night, the region is in an area where the Mediterranean climate is typical.