Angora

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Sirinyer Mahallesi 6 Sokak, No:6 Armutalan, Marmaris, Mugla, 48700, Turkey
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kusadasi - marmaris

by artemisa24

hello! i want to go to Marmaris from Kusadasi. are there any buses? thank you

Re: kusadasi - marmaris

by qaminari

Yes, but not directly, you have to change at Mugla or Aydin. For example on Kamil Koç website, in the box at top right, select Kalkis (departure) Kusadasi, Varis (arrival) Aydin or Mugla, and then departure Aydin/Mugla, arrival Marmaris: http://www.kamilkoc.com.tr/.

Travel Tips for Marmaris

Finding an Ancient Treasure

by hquittner

On the last day of our 7-day gulet cruise returning to Marmaris, I was standing on the after deck watching the captain steer for home. Suddenly we both saw an orange object bobbing in the sea ahead. “A buoy?”, I asked. “No way” he answered. He steered clear and stopped the motor and called the crew to drop a rubber life boat with an outboard motor. He went after the object and it slithered into the boat and it was lifted aboard by the three crew members. It was an Ancient Greek Amphora! “What a prize”. I exclaimed. “No”. he replied, “only trouble”. As we started up, he radioed the Port Control and notified them of his location and other details. A short while later they called back with a telephone number which he called on his cell phone ( a gadget which all three of the crew used nightly to call their mothers and their girlfriends). He told me the call was to the museum. When we arrived at the dock, he was greeted by the museum curator, the Port Officer, a Military Policeman and a worker with a pushcart. Several copies of official papers were passed around, signed and distributed for everyone's files. The museum curator followed his cart toward the museum and the others left. Nothing was aid and no hands were shaken, “What will you get for this”, I asked. “I may receive six passes to hand out for the museum, but my season is over”, he replied, “and you will not be here by then”.I am certain that this was not an "included" experience on our Blue Voyage.

5* food & service

by NSutton1103 about Spoon

Waiters dressed in black and white formal suits greet you with smiles and no pressure. The owner/manager is quite willing to explain his menu and no hidden charges policy. They place your napkin on your lap and prompty ask for your drink order. Candlelight surrounds you with a view of the marina to top it all off. Your meal is served with warm Turkish bread and 3 meze dishes to start. We ordered the fried calamari and it was so tender and fresh, you could taste the sea water! My husband ordered the filet steak which was served with Veg, potato of choice and lovely carved fruits.
I ordered the flamming Turkish beef caserole with onions,mushrroms, peppers in a lovely spiced sauce. With 2 drinks each we spent what was equivalent to £35

Blue Cruise

by MrOscar

The clear blue waters of the sunny mediterranean are beckoning you to a dream holiday in a turkish yacht?Turkish gulets were originaly built for use by fishermen and sponge divers. Today they are luxuriosly designed especialy for chartered holidays. Their large, unclutered decks are ideal for sunbathing and dining. These gracious and elegant motor sailers, built of wood in traditional sytle,range from 18 to 26 meters in lenght and can accommodate 8 to 20 persons in spacious twin-berthed or double-berthed cabins. Quarters for the crew of three are completely seperate with private facilities and entrance at the fore.

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Address: Sirinyer Mahallesi 6 Sokak, No:6 Armutalan, Marmaris, Mugla, 48700, Turkey