Marmaris is a major centre for traditional gullet cruises as well as luxury yacht charters. Gullets are wooden sailing vessels traditionally built along the western coast of Türkiye that have evolved into comfortable luxurious yachts. Averaging a length of 70 to 80 feet, they feature a broad beam and two masts. The wide stern is ideal for dining, whereas an awning provides protection from the sun. The spacious foredeck has plenty of room for moving around and sunbathing. These classic boats will offer you unparalleled comfort.
It has a wonderful combination of isolated coves and bays, secluded beaches, turquoise waters, and a wide choice of places to moor in. It is widely considered as the jewel in the crown of the Mediterranean and the Aegean.
Amongst the things to admire are the beautiful pine-covered hills plunging into the sea, turquoise waters, natural fine golden sandy beaches, natural parks and idyllic coves.
The most popular bays of Marmaris include; Sedir Island, Cennet Island, Serçe Bay, Bozukkale Bay, Bozburun, Kocabahçe Bay, Çiftlik Bay, Kız Kumu Bay, Turunç Bay, Selimiye Bay, Bördübet Bay, Bencik Bay, Orhaniye, Dirsek Bükü Bay, and Kadırga Bay.
Daily Boat Trips
Daily boat trips from Marmaris are another famous attraction for sea lovers and are one of the most popular things to do here. There are various itineraries on offer from the Marmaris harbour which include Long Beach and İçmeler Beach for visits to bays, coves and islands such as the famous Paradise Island, various caves, aquarium and Green Sea Bays, Kumlubük and Turunç Beaches.
Take a dip in the turquoise waters, and feel the golden sands under your feet in secluded bays and beaches.
Some of the bays offer unparalleled experiences swimming in pristine turquoise waters, walking on beaches of golden sand and enjoying the fresh air!