Marmaris was also a small fishing village a few decades ago. However, Marmaris today has seen a big transformation after becoming a popular resort town in the area. Almost everything in Marmaris has been transformed to meet the expectations of the tourists visiting here. Our Marmaris Village Tour provides you an excellent opportunity to experience the serene and untouched life of countryside around the busy resort town.
An Escape from the Busy and Hectic Lifestyle
Marmaris Village Tour is an escape from the busy and hectic lifestyle you might have been leading since many years. The main idea behind the tour is to let you roam about the countryside, meet the local villagers, interact with them and learn more about their society, culture, and lifestyle from a close quarter. Far from the holiday town’s busy schedule, the big hotels, restaurants, bars, beaches and night parties, the village life just 20-30 Km around Marmaris is a different world altogether!
Come Into a Different World
The natural and serene setting around the Marmaris countryside is very much different from the busy and hectic urban life. Life may be seemingly slow here and but it’s very pleasing. Become a part of this interesting village life for a day and you’ll love this experience for the rest of your life. The countryside with pine forests, waterfalls, remote villages, farmlands, local beaches and interesting legends welcome you into a different world.
Visit Interesting Places with Marmaris Village Tour
Driving through the beautiful countryside around Marmaris, we reach the Kizkumu Beach (Jesus Beach) and stop there for some time. Later on, we move ahead to Bayir village, meet the locals, interact with them and taste the lovely honey produced there. On the way to Turgut village, we stop at a cool and pleasing waterfall, have a luscious BBQ lunch and relax there for a while. At Turgut, we visit the local mosque, the wishing tree, and the carpet school before heading back to Marmaris in the evening.The organized village tour from Marmaris is an excellent opportunity to witness village life in Turkey from a close quarter.