Passengers travelling with ferry Marmaris arrive at a port town and tourist resort on the Mediterranean coast, located in Muğla Province, southwest Turkey. The former fishing village has become one of the most popular destinations in Turkey due to its exceptional location between two intersecting sets of mountains by the sea. 300,000 to 400,000 people choose to live in Marmaris during the tourist season. Sailing and diving are only two activities that are very popular with tourists in the town; hundreds of cruising boaters prefer the location, because Dalaman Airport is conveniently nearby.
Ferry to and from Marmaris
Tourists coming with ferry to Marmaris are likely to have set off in one of the nearby Greek islands like Rhodes. On their first day in Marmaris most people go for a walk on the beach front. On the endless beach front, from Icmeler to Yacht Marina they will find tons of cafes, restaurants and bars to hang out. Before leaving with ferries from Marmaris, visitors should try a Jeep Safari, go on a boat trip, visit Ephesus or experience a traditional Turkish night with belly dancers, folk dance, and delicious Turkish cuisine in a relaxed and groovy atmosphere.
How to get to Marmaris
Ferry routes Marmaris include daily sailings in the summer to Rhodes. The catamaran only takes 50 minutes to the Greek island and passengers will have 5 hours to spend there. If the feel like staying in the area, tourists might want to visit Cleopatra Island with its small island beach made of silky smooth white sand. It took millions of years to form this beach whose sand is made up of tiny sand-like empty seashells. This sand makes this island so special and it feels like walking on the cloud. Through Marmaris ferry timetable, visitors can plan and organize their trip to the Turkish Riviera and experience the unique feeling of being in heaven.