Flights to Marmaris – Hit the turquoise coast
Most people choose flights to Marmaris becaue it is right on the gorgeous Turquoise Coast. You can guess why it’s called that – the seas there are a breathtaking colour, straight out of a holiday brochure’s glossy pages but totally for real. What creates this spectacular colour? Marmaris sits where the Aegean Sea meets the Med. Something about that magic mix makes the water more turquoise than a turquoise thing from a very turquoise place. Flights to Marmaris give you all this and good value as well. The resort’s well known and loved for low cost holidays and there’s accommodation to suit even the weeniest budget. You’ll fly into Dalaman International Airport, whose terminal has charmingly just won an award for being one of the fifteen ‘most beautiful’ terminals in the world.
Marmaris Flights – Ninety minute transfer from Dalaman
There are no direct flights to Marmaris and the transfer time between Dalaman and the resort is about ninety minutes. As a result there’s a roaring trade in specialist independent transfers. If you’re booking a package holiday to Marmaris your transfers will probably be included. If not, book a cab in advance and agree a price up front. Flights to Marmaris drop you in a convenient location for exploring Greece, Rhodes being only half an hour away by ferry. And cruise ships drop off at the resort too, making it extremely busy at peak season. There are loads of traditional and pretty villages to explore inland too so, if you fancy a break from the sun, there’s more to do than passively appreciate the wonderful sun, sea and sand.
Flights to Marmaris – Water Parks, turtles and bowling
Kids love the Atlantic Water Park at Marmaris, a massive place packed with mad slides, crazy rides and… bowling. Dry land bowling, nothing to do with water at all. Bizarre. But perfect, we suppose, for bowlplex-starved Brits with restless children. Flights to Marmaris let you explore the beautiful two mile long Iztuzu beach sandbar in Dalyan, a haven for protected loggerhead turtles. While you’re there, take a look at the ancient ruined harbour town of Kaunos complete with mud baths. Food? When in Marmaris do Mezes, the Turkish version of Tapas. Lots of delicious little mouthfulls of different local foods. Yum.
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