Popular transfer points for Marmaris
Our vehicles for Marmaris transfer reservation
Private Minivan 10pxMercedes Sprinter Minivan 10 10
Private Midibus 25pxMercedes Sprinter, Isuzu or Turquoise 25 25
Privat Minivan 4pxStandard Mercedes Minivan 4 4
Mercedes E ClassMercedes Benz E Class 3 3
Premium Minivan 6pxVIP Design Mercedes Vito Viano 6 6
Private Bus 44pxMercedes Tourismo, Temsa or Safir 44 44
Private Minivan 13pxMercedes Sprinter Minivan 13 13
Private Minivan 6pxStandart Mercedes Minivan 6 6
Private Minivan 15pxMercedes Sprinter Minivan 15 15
Premium Minibus 9pxVIP Design Mercedes Sprinter 9 9
Private Taxi 2pxFord Focus Renault Megane - Clio 2 2
When it comes to things to do in Marmaris, the options are endless and you’ll find wide range of attractions here. Marmaris is just one of those places that can boast about anything, fine beaches, watersports, water parks, boat trips, blue cruising, excellent sailing, adventure and outdoor sports, cycling, hiking, sailing, mountain biking, horse riding, climbing, top class restaurants, sumptuous local wines and Mediterranean sunshine.
Marmaris is not only significant in terms of touristic reasons but due to its location, it was a center that was valued a lot throughout history. This means that you will be able to see the traces of lots of historical events and civilization memories in Marmaris. One of the most loved features of Marmaris is its climate, as it allows you to swim in the sea comfortably for about 7 months a year.
Here is what we recommend to see in Marmaris in the first place:
City embankment. It's great to walk, run, ride a bike or rollerblades on it. All the way you will be accompanied by a wonderful view of the sea, mountains and large cruise liners of the seaport. The waterfront is home to the finest restaurants, clubs and bars.
Sea harbor or netsel marina. It can accommodate up to 750 ships at a time. From here you can go on a group Mediterranean cruise or rent a private yacht. The mysterious castle of Marmaris and the archaeological museum on its territory.
A fountain that sings and dances. The extravaganza of color music in water jets captivates the eyes in the evening.
Bar Street is the funnest street in the resort. All entertainment venues are located here, each of which has its own program for the evening.
The amphitheater, which has not only been preserved in excellent condition to this day, but still functions as a venue for symphony concerts.
The Grand Bazaar is a closed area market where absolutely everything is sold. It includes 4 thousand shops, as well as cafes, ateliers and workshops.
Nimara Cave is a large grotto on a paradise island in the vicinity of the resort, you need to walk to it, 400 m along a path that passes by the rocks. According to legend, the Greek nymph Leto lived in this grotto.
Sedir Island, which adorns the Gokova Bay. Here you can relax on Cleopatra beach.
Icmeler Beach is a bay surrounded by forest slopes and picturesque citrus orchards. It is distinguished by very clear water, clean air, and excellent visibility at sea.
How to get to Marmaris?
There is nothing better after a long flight than seeing someone holding up a sign with your name on it. As they take your bag and whisk you off to your nice airconditioned car you truly feel like you are finally on holidays!
Our partners specialise in privatetransferAntalya. We have both cars and minivans and can take you to your hotel or to anywehere in Antalya and from Antalya airport to Marmaris .
They have new vehicles, speak perfect English and charge a flat fee that you can book online.
You may want to hire your own car, particularly if you are heading off on a road trip in Marmaris.
The Car Rental booths are easy to find as you exit customs as are their parking bays which are across the road from the main terminal at the far end.