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    in Marmaris

    1- Start your Day with a typical Turkish Breakfast

    Turkish breakfast is a great way to start your day. Çay (Turkish Tea served in tulip shaped glasses) is accompanied by local cheeses, jams, honey, tomatoes and olives with local breads. Sometimes there will be eggs, cold meats, savoury pastries and seasonal fruit too.  

    There’s plenty of variety, so the picky eaters among us can choose what they like and what they don't. It's organic-friendly and vegetarian-friendly.

    2- Relax in A Hidden Bay, away from noise of the town

    On the peninsula where Marmaris is located you’ll find many unspoilt and hidden bays to escape from the bustle and noise of town life. Lie down on golden sands, listen to the waves of the turquoise sea, and conserve some energy for the night!

    3- Enjoy the Night at the Marmaris Bar’s Street

    After a day swimming and sight-seeing, you’re ready to party and dance at the Bar Street.

    In the high season the place is heaving, and each venue starts to fill up around 23:00, with the party continuing until daylight.

    4- Watch the Sunrise

    A great start to your second full day here would be to watch the beautiful sunrise over the islands, sea and pine covered hills.

    Marmaris offers some excellent vistas when the day is starting. You’ve just got to wake up early to enjoy the purple and pink rays of sun!

    5- Raise Your Adrenaline Levels

    You’ve different options to boost the adrenaline in Marmaris!

    Cycling is the one of the best options for it. Marmaris offers us 9 road bike and 11 mountain bike routes.

    You can also go on a Jeep Safari Tour, these are run professionally and safely by reputable agencies. Or you could try experiencing the Marmaris National Park on horseback!

    6- Try Traditional or Modern Turkish Cuisine for Dinner

    Turkish cuisine is inherently healthy and highly seasonal, with most dishes being created from the abundance of fresh produce available.

    The flavours and spices that go into Turkish Cuisine are not only delicious, they have antioxidant properties, working to lower cholesterol, eliminate toxins and boost immunity.

    In Marmaris and its environs, you’ll find many restaurants to suit any budget both in the town and in the resorts and village along the shoreline. The perfect way to end your second day!