Due to its geographical location Marmaris is an important port and coastal city where the Mediterranean and the Aegean Sea meets.
It lies to the west of the Datca peninsula, south of the Mediterranean Sea. The presence of well-preserved coves and harbors made this region an important link between Asia, Europe and Africa.
Neighboring island of Rhodes is 45 minutes away from Marmaris, ferrys are available from the port area. As well as sea sand and sun holiday lovers,
Marmaris is good choice for cultural holiday lovers too. Urbanization is primarily developed around the castle. Today, extended borders to the Beldibi , Armutalan and İcmeler , around this castle the area where the pier and the marina are located is called the Historic City Center.
This area has been restored in time. Now cafes, restaurants, bars or shops are serving.
Marmaris Marina has the biggest yacht harbor in the South Aegean and has a capacity of 720 yachts.
There are also many opportunites for shore excursions to nearby historic and natural sites, both overland and by traditional, locally-built wooden boats. Modern yacht marina within a few minutes walking distance to the colorful downtown and bar streets.