While leaving Mugla amids fruit gardens and hills covered with solid green and heath, the road starts to ascent up along the climbing lane. At the top you will be fascinated at the sight of extended restless and blue waters of Gokova bay. A drive along the twisting road streching down to sea level affords you a magniflcient view of the bay, fringed by pine forests and fragrant oleander shrubs that cascade down to the shore. Then comes an avenue of eucalyptus trees providing welcome shade from the .sun. Then you'll be alone with Marmaris to enjoy endless entertaintmc: nts of the plea.sant nights and twittering sunny days.

How to get there?

The most known route is Izmir-Aydin-(Cine- and Yatagan. When you start the drive from Izmir the distance is 257km. Another alternative is to use the road between Denizli and Mugla which is 109km. And Mugla is only 56 km from Marmaris. Marmaris can also be reached in 2 hours by car from Dalaman international airport which is abaut 88km from the town.

What to do?

The busy days in this small coastal village offer plenty of entertainment shopping and eating opportunities and scenery of equal beauty. At the quay you may have a quiet drink or just stroll around the water front where there are all restaurants and bars you could desire. Or if you want to see around Marmaris we suggest you to take a boat trip to Sedir island, a popular destination Iying close of Marmaris.

You may take boat excursions to many sites blending sand, sea and history to get acquainted with the beauty of Marmaris bay and outlying areas. Adaagazi, Adakoy, Bucak, Ciftlik, Cubucak, Hisaronu bay, Kumlubuku, Ordugah, Pamucak and Turunc are only a few of these charming sites we suggest you to see.

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