Cruise Port Atlas | Marmaris, Turkey Map | Location

Marmaris, Turkey Port | Map | Locations

Cruise lines that visit Marmaris: Azamara Club Cruises, Oceania, Regent Seven Seas, Seabourn, Silversea, Holland America

Key Attractions: Marmaris Castle, Dolphinarium, Aquadream Water Park, Atlantis Water Park, Grand Bazaar, Icmeler Beach, Marmaris Beaches, Turunc Beach, Kumlubuk Beach, Cleopatra (Sedir) Island, Dalyan, Dalyan River, Caunos, Lycian Tombs, Datca Peninsula, Blue Cruise

Marmaris is centrally located on the Turkish Riviera and attracts many Europeans with its well-developed beach and resort industry plus its beautiful mountains perfect for outdoor adventures. There are a few historic attractions in and near Marmaris, beginning with the castle, which now serves as a museum. The most famous historic sites in the area are the Lycian Tombs cut into rock cliffs along the Dalyan River and the Persian-Greek-Roman ruins at Kaunos. However, the main appeal of Marmaris is the protected bay, sandy shores, and water activities available there. Marmaris is internationally known for its clubs. Many guests will want to take the "Blue Cruise," a local boat tour that provides views of the Marmaris Bay and the Datca Peninsula. Diving, snorkeling, fishing and other water sports are widely available as well. The resorts around nearby Icmeler are more tony. Cleopatra (Sedir) Island is named for the legendary trysts between Cleopatra and Marc Antony which may have occurred on the island. The sand is very famous for its golden color, rare in the Mediterranean.

Local Currency: Turkish Lira (YTL)

Primary Language: Turkish

Secondary Languages: English is commonly spoken by tourist industry workers

Visa requirements: Cruisers who fly into or out of Turkey must obtain a visa, but the process is very simple. Those who visit Turkey as a port, but do not fly into or out of the country do not need a visa.

Photo of Gulet Tour boats by Edal

Geography and Population

Located deep in a scenic bay on the southwestern corner of Turkey, Marmaris is a shore ferry ride from the Greek island of Rhodes. The local population is just over 30,000, but the summer population includes as many as 1/3 of a million visitors.

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How Far?

All legal taxes have meters, but you should negotiate the fare before entering the taxi.  If using the meter make sure that it is set for the daytime rate (unless it is after midnight) and make sure it is set to zero when you enter the car.  Traveling from the airport or to more distant locations try sharing a taxi.  A tip of about 15% is standard.

From To Distance Average Time Fare
Marmaris Cruise Terminal Dalaman Airport 97 KM 1 hour 40 minutes Taxi - 155 YTL
Marmaris Cruise Terminal Marmaris Castle, Marmaris Bazaar 2.4 KM 8 minutes  
Marmaris Cruise Terminal Marmaris Beach 2.5 KM 8 minutes  
Marmaris Cruise Terminal Icmeler 10 KM 25 minutes  
Marmaris Cruise Terminal Orhaniye 28 KM 35 minutes  
Marmaris Cruise Terminal Datca 70 KM 1 hour 25 minutes  
Marmaris Cruise Terminal Dalyan / Carou 46 KM 1 hour 15 minutes  
Marmaris Cruise Terminal Cleopatra's Island 22 KM 31 minutes (plus ferry)  
Marmaris Cruise Terminal Turunc Beach 22 KM 45 minutes  
Marmaris Cruise Terminal Kumlubuk Beach 30 KM 50 minutes  

Local Services - Addresses


Hospital, Ahu Hetman Hastanesi, Cildir Mh., 48700 Marmaris/Mugla, phone - +90 252 417 7777, 3.7 KM, 10 minutes

Nearby Banks and ATMs

Ziraat Bank, Marmaris, Kordon Cad. 42, Mugla, 2.2 KM, 7 minutes
Akbank, Kemeralt Mh., 48700 Marmaris/Mugla Province, 1.8 KM, 6 minutes

Post Office

PTT, Marmaris, Ataturk Cad. 1, Mugla, 2 KM, 6 minutes

Port and Berths

Terminal Address - Mustafa Munir Elgin Blv, 48700 Camdibi/Mugla

Photo Caunos City Wall adn Iztuzu Beach by Kjf webmaster