If your looking for nightlife then head for bar street and you will find english bars, irish bars, turkish bars, cocktail bars, and clubs all in one street but one club called dasies really stands out from the rest. Dasies is a great fun night out there is also a centre stage where you can dance on.
Dress Code: wear anything you want to.
This picture was taken in the marina area of marmaris. Its a fantastic place with loads of restaurants and bar street is just around the corner. Some of the yachts that are in the marina are massive and cost millions. I wonder if my rowing boat would look out of place there Ha Ha Ha.
A word of warning about Bar Street in Marmaris.
There have been a large number of violent attacks on British Nationals in Bar Street in Marmaris Turkey.
Groups of up to 30 Turkish men have attacked and badly beaten British Nationals who needed hospitalization. No Turkish arrests were made and the police simply turned a blind eye to the attacks.
This information is suppressed by the police.
It has also been reported that women have been sexually harassed and assaulted by Turkish men.
DON’T GO TO BAR STREET WHATEVER YOU DO, AVOID IT.
There are bars and night clubs to appeal to all tastes located in the city center, around the quay (which is located between the marina and the old town square), in the old shopping area and in the ‘bar street’ area. Heading towards the Bar Street, the lively party atmosphere will make you lose track of time and take you into the early hours of the morning.
The longest street in Marmaris, Güzelyalý Street, is quite busy and an entertaining place for summer night walks. Restaurants, little stands on which handicrafts are displayed, discos and bars all along the street will attract your attention. The path alongside the coast between the city center and Içmeler is abundant with restaurants, discos and bars which come to life early in the evenings. Wooden piers stretching into the sea serve as a sundeck by day and turn into food and entertainment areas by night. These are referred to as “beach bars
Dress Code: doesnt exist
My son and his friend recently returned from Marmaris. They visited bar street on their second night and upon leaving a club, were attacked by a mob. My son remembers being kicked repeatedly on body and head. How he managed to avoid hospital I don't know. It was a completely unprovoked attack, mindless violence. Money and phone were not taken. WOULD STRONGLY ADVISE PEOPLE TO AVOID THIS AREA, ITS JUST NOT WORTH IT!
Bar Street is amazing. Its MEGA LIVELY and ideal if you're looking for a drunken/party holiday! Its back to back nightclubs and bars that are full, buzzin, and sell alcohol- what more could you want?! Bar Street is busy and is full of British Citizens ASWELL as Turkish Citizens, there isn't a great police presence in bar street, however it does go on for miles and miles. It can be dangerous, and 'sleezy'- as I am a girl who goes with friends I know how important it is to to be careful- its a MUST! But as long as you keep your guard up ya'll should be fine! BAR STREET IS THEE PLACE TO BE, the clubs dont open til' 11ish-12ish meaning they're open ALL night! It's bouncin from top to bottom, load music and lots of alcohol! Hope this helps! ITS AWESOMMMMMME.
Dress Code: ANTHING AND EVERYHTING GOES, SOME EVEN GO FOR NOTHING! LOL
there r two bar streets in marmaris... 1st is bar street at center and the other one is "uzunyali" bar street at beach side... both are full of fun and fare prices!!!!
Dress Code: mostly english people around and girls nearly naked, boys with white t-shirts... dutch and russians about same... mostly jeans!!