Turkish Turquoise Coast

On February 3, 2014, in BLOG, by lyaylali

Turkish Turquoise Coast & Blue Voyage The Turkish Mediterranean drifts from Antalya to Bodrum. Scenic roads splash inward from the coast to reveal interesting villages and magical ruins. The sea here serves as a Riviera of antiquity and inspires travelers … Continue reading

 

Marmaris Video

On April 3, 2013, in Videos, by Marmaris
 

A Taste of Marmaris – Video

On October 5, 2012, in Videos, by Marmaris
 

Marmaris Video

On January 11, 2012, in Videos, by Marmaris

Crazy Marmaris Nights at Bar Street is very common in summer

 

Top 10 Reasons to visit Turkey and Marmaris

On September 29, 2011, in Top Main Menu, by Marmaris

Top 10 Reasons to visit Turkey 1. Experience splendid sailing on turquoise waters. 2. Feel the warm hospitality of the Turkish people. 3. Swim in the baths of Cleopatra at Haman Cove. 4. See first hand ancient artifacts from Roman, … Continue reading

 

Support Marmaris

On February 12, 2011, in FAQ, by Marmaris

If you want to sponsor marmaris.org please email us. Click here! To Contact US Thanks

 

The Best of Turkish – Basic

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

The most common words, sentences and phrases for everybody who would like to visit Turkey, start to learn the language or just to get to know its basics a little bit.

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Turkish Love Phrases

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

Common love phrases in Turkish.If you want to express your feelings to someone Turkish you can use these Common Turkish love phrases. Turkish English aşkım my love canım my life bi tanem my only one hayatım my life sevgilim my … Continue reading

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Speak Turkish

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

IT’S GOOD TO SPEAK TURKISH One of the best ways to reward the inevitable hospitality of your hosts is to speak a few words of Turkish to them. They are very proud of their nationality and they will see your attempts to … Continue reading

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More Turkish Phrases

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

English Turkish Pronunciation Hello Merhaba mer–ha–ba Welcome Hoş geldiniz hōsh gel–dee–neez in reply to Welcome Hoş bulduk hōsh bull–dook Thank you Teşekkür ederim, sağol te–she–koor e–de–rim, saa–ōl You are welcome Bir şey değil beer shay deel How are you? Nasılsınız? … Continue reading

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Turkish Shopping Phrases – Video

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

Turkish Shopping Phrases Video Loading may be slow sometimes and You may need to press PLAY button twice.

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The Best of Turkish – Quick Tour

On November 19, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

This is the quick version of the Best of Turkish, without the slow pronunciation part, for people who would like to watch it more frequently.

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How much is a pint of beer In Marmaris?

On September 23, 2010, in FAQ, by Marmaris

Depends on what you drink, although from your other posts I suspect you already know that. For anybody else who’s interested. Two people can get well and truly paralytic on one fishbowl at between 35 and 50 YTL (£14 – … Continue reading

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What is the Currency in Marmaris?

On September 23, 2010, in FAQ, by Marmaris

Currency is the YTL (New Turkish Lira) worth roughly 40p (variable) but as far as what to take, take whatever you want, Turks will take virtually anything, although US Dollars Sterling and Euros are the most popular non-local currencies. PLEASE … Continue reading

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Yacht Charter and Sailing

On September 14, 2010, in Blue Cruise, by Marmaris

How would you like to be the King and Queen of your own Charter Yacht for a week or two around the Turkish Turquoise Coastline and The Greek Isles? You design the level of energy, relaxation and itinerary. With the … Continue reading

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Sailing Into the Exotic on a Blue Cruise in Turkey

On September 14, 2010, in Blue Cruise, by Marmaris

DRIFTING in and out of sleep, I hear a song. Very loud, though slightly muffled, a man’s monotone singsong chant is at one moment a rude wake-up call, at the next a soothing lullaby. In the waking moments, I begin … Continue reading

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Common Turkish Phrases

On July 10, 2010, in Turkish Phrases, by Marmaris

The Turkish alphabet has 8 vowels (A E I Ý O Ö U Ü ) and 21 consonants. The letters Q,W and X do not exist in Turkish. Most letters are pronounced pretty much as you would expect, but some are not. Once the phonetic value of all letters is known, then it is rather easy to pronounce any word one sees or to spell any word one hears. Continue reading

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What brings you back to Marmaris?

On July 9, 2010, in Top Main Menu, by Marmaris

For those who like bars and dancing to all hours, shows, Karaoke, or simply drinking Marmaris has it.If you like culture ancient monuments and history, some of it’s available in Marmaris, or you can take a trip to Rhodes (I know it’s not Turkey! but it is only 45 mins away!) or Ephesus. Continue reading

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Marmaris is one of the best Destination for holiday from England

On July 9, 2010, in Top Main Menu, by Marmaris

According to recent research by Holiday Watchdog, the most popular destination for 2006 is Turkey and the resort of Marmaris. What was once a quiet fishing village has now become the latest trend for UK holiday makers, offering excellent accommodation, a variety of restaurants and shops as well as boasting some of the leading beaches nearby. Continue reading

 

Marmaris is a great place to live

On July 8, 2010, in Top Main Menu, by Marmaris

Marmaris and Icmeler has attracted many foreigners not only for short term visits as tourists, but also as residents. The number of people from around the world who work and live around Marmaris are increasing steadily every year. The easy … Continue reading

 

Marmaris

On July 6, 2010, in Top Main Menu, by Marmaris

Marmaris is based in the Aegean region of Turkey and its modern marina is surrounded by hills and mountains complemented by its beautiful turquoise waters and sandy beaches. The area has something to offer everyone and attracts families, couples and even water sport enthusiasts, particularly sailors! Continue reading

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