Why Marmaris favorite holiday destination for British Tourists?
Marmaris hosts many cultural and historical beauties from the past to the present. Marmaris, the junction point of the Aegean and Mediterranean seas, is also in the foreground with its maritime trade.
For the last 30-40 years, Marmaris has been a popular holiday destination for British tourists. British tourists, who first came to the town for holiday purposes, settled here in time. For this reason, summer and winter, Marmaris has gained many new local and foreign guests.
Nightlife and tourism are among the priority sectors in the town. Among the reasons for its popularity; hotel accommodation, luxury yacht charter tourism, land tours, various holiday activities, cultural vitality and historical features.
One of the reasons for the intense interest is; affordable holiday prices. Accommodation and food and beverage prices are very affordable due to the many restaurants, aparts, hotels, pensions and villas in the town. In the tourism seasons before the pandemic, nightlife would last until 5-6 in the morning. This long nightlife is another reason why tourists consider Marmaris popular.
However, even during the pandemic, Marmaris attracted great attention. It became the center of attention not only for British tourists but also for local tourists. With the start of flights to Dalaman airport on July, around half million British tourists came to Marmaris. This number was much higher with local tourist.
Another feature that makes Marmaris so popular is; Traveling from hotels to Marmaris center is very short. At the same time, you can watch the magnificent bay view from the sea shore.
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