Cem Aparthotel

Sari Ana Mahallesi, Venedik Kanal Kenari Sokak No:12, Marmaris, 48700, Turkey
Enter dates for best prices
Compare best prices from top travel partners


Satisfaction Terrible
Very Good


Value Score No Data

Show Prices

Good For Couples
  • Families20
  • Couples57
  • Solo0
  • Business0

More about Marmaris


The flotilla at Byzantine coveThe flotilla at Byzantine cove

Ataturk streetAtaturk street

Icmeler BeachIcmeler Beach


Forum Posts

Fishing trips

by Bobnrach

Can anyone tell me if there are any fishing trips out of Marmaris. We will be on holiday from the 18th may for two weeks.

Re: Fishing trips

by nkt777

I don't think there are any organized trips, but I guess If you ask around in the marina, you can find many boats (with crew) you could rent for such purposes.

One problem is, Marmaris is a very closed bay, and big fish rarely come in. So you'll have to go some 10-20 miles into the open to get anything bigger than your hand.

Another problem might be that big fish usually don't come to this region until late summer, as far as I know. Again, ask about the season to the locals. I have caught some foot-long , and I have seen 3-5 feet long swordfish several times (one even came to the beach and scared people).


If you really want to fish, I suggest the Gokova Gulf (where monsters roam, as some people say). That is the place for bigger fish, I have seen fishermen bring all kinds of fish, even occasional sharks and stingray; also seen dolphins race with our boat.

30km north of Marmaris, Akyaka is a touristic/fishing village at the innermost point of this gulf. You can ask the fishermen there as well, I suppose.


Just dont keep too much hope, this is not the ocean, chances are, you won't see anything bigger than 50cm.

Re: Fishing trips

by Bobnrach

cheers nkt777.
Thanks for your input. I really appreciate it, but what I wanted to know is, is there any "boat trips" that incorporate fishing. Last year me and the wife, Rach, went to Gumbet and had 2 fantastic days out with a bloke called Ercan (pronounced Arjen?) and in May we are taking our grand-son Toby (who is six) and we would like to take him fishing. I know what we will catch (hopefully) and this will be a good introduction for a young lad. As for catching the "MONSTER" I have fished in the Indian ocean and caught 200lb+ shark, sailfish, big tuna and numerous species of fish around Africa and Europe. Any more info will be appreciated.

Re: Fishing trips

by nkt777

The best way is going there and talking to boat owners, I think. But if you'll stay only a few days, spending half of a day looking for a boat might not be the best idea. I really don't have a better suggestion, sorry.

Travel Tips for Marmaris

Diving Points

by traveloturc

Those who want to learn diving can apply to the diving training boats at the pier. Diving lessons are given by licensed divers on these tours. There are 52 diving points around Marmaris which is one of the important regions of Turkey from the point of diving tourism.
Some diving points worth seeing around Marmaris are as follows:
Sari Mehmet Promontory: The promontory and its bay which is between Turunç and Içmeler, is a beautiful diving point for diving lessons and experienced divers. It has a rocky structure of 5 to 21 m in depth.
Goat Island Lighthouse: It is the promontory where the lighthouse is located when sailing out to the open sea from Marmaris. The diving point starts from 8-10m, descending to 38m, pleasurable to the experienced diver.
Ince Burun Lighthouse is located at side of the Yildiz Island facing Marmaris Bay. Underwater sight is poor compared to open sea diving points. Ranging between 3m to 38m, this place has a real tropical sea view.
Hayitli Burun: Located opposite to the Goat Island Lighthouse at the exit of Marmaris. Named as a Reef by the divers, it is an easy point for boats to drop anchor.
Abdi Reis Bay: Located at the open sea side of Yildiz Island. It is a beautiful diving point named Aquarium by the divers due to the clearness of the water.
Yazih Kaya: A diving point of 3m to 30-32m in depth on the open sea side of Yildiz Island.
Baca Cave : Most famous cave in Marmaris, definitely attracting the attention of underwater photographers.
Aksu Bay: On the open sea side of Yildiz Island, the color changes to dark blue when diving deeper which excites divers. This diving point is good for training dives, experienced divers and for those who stay on the boat and don’t wish to dive but simply enjoy the magnificent scenery and relax.
Kütük Burnu: 0 to 52 m in depth, is very convenient for wall diving. A fascinating bottom may tempt divers to go beyond limits. Divers should be careful at this point.
Kadirga Bay : Located at the furthest point to Marmaris, at the rocks opposite Kadirga Lighthouse. It has a beautiful Reef 0 to 38-40m in depth.
Enjoy it !!!!

Dalyan cruise

by goga22091976

I have never felt better than that day when I went to river Dalyan and when we visited 'healthy spa'. At first sight is awful BUT when you enter into mud and after that the feeling is....I can't explain...It's just FANTASTIC!!!It is also very funny.Picture is talking for itself;o)

My Marmaris Homepage

by freddie18

"Welcome to Marmaris"

Marmaris is probably the most popular holiday resort in Turkey mainly because of its beautiful coastline not to mention fresh foods and delicious local wines.

Local people of Marmaris are generally friendly which add its good reputation. Summer season is long and good weather is guaranteed between May and late October.

Set against a backdrop of pine clad hills, Marmaris is a resort that combines natural beauty with an astounding zest for life. When you visit Marmaris, you will understand what I am saying.


Popular Hotels in Marmaris

Club Likya Apartments

1 Review

Senit Ahmet Benler Caddesi 31 Sokok 2, Marmaris

Show Prices

Cettia Apart Hotel - Marmaris

1 Review

Sehit Ahmet Benler Cad No 97, Marmaris

Hotel Aqua

Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars 1 Review

Sahil Sokak. No 15 Icmeler, Marmaris

Show Prices

Sunrise Hotel

Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars 1 Review

Kenan Evren Bulvari 21, Marmaris

View all Marmaris hotels

View all Marmaris hotels

Latest Marmaris hotel reviews

Blue Palace Apartments
145 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 29, 2014
Club Ako Apartments
231 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Ozturk Apartments
256 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 1, 2014
Sunsmile Apartments
276 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Pasa Beach Hotel
399 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Kibele Apartments
89 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 5, 2014
Finca Hotel Son Palou
325 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Long Beach Apartments
308 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Mar Soleil Apartments
52 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Oct 25, 2013
Dorian Hotel
464 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Magic Life Marmaris
1186 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 8, 2014
Sunrise Hotel
390 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 6, 2014
Royal Plaza Hotel
147 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jan 24, 2014
Aegean Princess
267 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jul 7, 2014
Seray Hotel
151 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Jun 30, 2014

 Cem Aparthotel

We've found that other people looking for this hotel also know it by these names:

Cem Aparthotel Marmaris
Cem Aparthotel Hotel Marmaris

Address: Sari Ana Mahallesi, Venedik Kanal Kenari Sokak No:12, Marmaris, 48700, Turkey