However, don’t be in a rush to leave Marmaris. If it’s too loud for your over here, then of course it’s time to lift the anchor, start the engines of the yacht and sail to the next quiet bay. If you fancy to pay a visit to this little friendly and hospitable town, then start from explore the old town located on the hill and crowned with five-centuries old castle built for the needs of Süleyman the Magnificent, wonder through the colorful maze of the old quarter, where you’ll find lovely narrow streets carefully decorated with blooming bougainvillea, palms, cypress trees and all kinds of greens. All this will remind of a Greek ambient.
Explore the covered bazaar of Marmaris where local merchants sell all kind of goods, starting from gastronomic Turkish delights to all kinds of jewelry pieces and Iznik pottery, which captivates travelers with its beauty.
If you feel like stopping in a small museum-café where you can find out about traditions of how locals used to live and at the same time to taste most delicious and unusual desserts with no sugar, visit Kapurcuk culture and gastronomy house. For the best kebab and döner kebab follow the steps of local people who go to Rota Barış Usta in Netsel Marina. The meat, salads and meze are simply amazing here. In general, if you want to dine ashore in Turkey, don’t go to places where you spot tourists. Look for the one where locals eat. This means you’ll enjoy food till the last bite.