The bustling town of Marmaris is a fishing village-turned-party town, a resort town smack dab in middle the gleaming Turkish Riviera. Even with the glitter and roar of the nightlife and the holiday crowds, there is still a lot of charm in this port city.
The town wraps around a crystal blue bay, which sits at the feet of rugged, tree-topped mountains. Yachts serenely bob in front of the colourful stacks of buildings winding their way down to the water. Your tour of Marmais will take you through the marina into the downtown core of the city, to the Marmaris Castle, which houses a museum with many local artifacts. The castle was invaded by Alexander the Great in 334BC, then rebuilt to battle again in the 16th century with Suleyman the Magnificent when he invaded Rhodes.
After your visit to the Castle and its museum, use the rest of the time on your tour of Marmais to explore the city on your own. Try some of the local delicacies at a café or restaurant, or stop by one of the city's charming boutiques to pick up a souvenir.
This Marmaris tour is for small groups only and is available year round. The tour leaves at 9am from the cruise ship terminal in Marmaris. Food and beverages are not included in the price of your ticket, but will be available for purchase during the tour.