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The vibrant resort of Marmaris is located on the shores of the Mediterranean, right in the heart of the Turkish Riviera. Known for its busy beaches, lively nightlife and historic sights, Marmaris makes an energetic base for a Turkish escape.
July and August are peak season in Marmaris. During the summer months, the resort’s population swells dramatically and cheap flights to Marmaris can be hard to find.
If you’re on the hunt for bargain flights to Marmaris, think about planning your trip for the spring or autumn months. April, May, September and early October are generally warm and sunny and cheap deals are a lot easier to track down.
Find the cheapest days to fly to Marmaris by clicking the ‘Show flexible dates’ link on the Expedia results page. As airfares can vary throughout the week, this can be a great way to track down a bargain ticket.
If your dates aren’t flexible, you can try to find a cheaper deal by searching for flights from alternative airports. Click the ‘Nearby airports’ link on the results page to see if there are any other convenient departure points.
Dalaman Airport is the closest arrival point for passengers travelling to Marmaris. Located around 90 minutes from the resort, it offers a good choice of flights to destinations across Europe. Seasonal services increase the number of direct destinations available during the summer months. Shuttles, buses and taxis connect the airport with Marmaris and the surrounding area.
Passengers flying to Marmaris can choose from a number of airlines including:
The cheapest way to get around Marmaris is using the dolmus minibuses. These 11-seater vehicles travel along the resort’s main roads and link Marmaris with destinations in the local area. Taxis are also available in the resort or, if you’re feeling energetic, much of the centre of Marmaris is compact enough to explore on foot.
No trip to Marmaris would be complete without a stroll around the resort’s marina. Admire the enormous yachts moored up in the harbour, stop in at a local restaurant for a bite to eat or just enjoy a little people watching as you walk the promenade.
The main historic sight in the resort is Marmaris Castle. Dating from the 16th century, the castle is home to a museum where you can learn more about Marmaris and its fascinating past.
British Passport holders can get a visa on arrival in Turkey. You can also apply for an e-visa before you travel. Turkey is three hours ahead of the UK.