Explore Marmaris-Kusadasi-Greek Islands

yacht charter groupMarmaris is the pearl of the Aegean Sea in Turkey and this resort is by far the most environmentally clean. Marmaris – is a string of beaches, most beautiful lagoon, arrays of mountains covered by forests and plenty of opportunities for all kinds of recreation. The first city on the site of modern Marmaris was founded in ancient times, it was called Physkos. At the moment of the ancient city, leaving only a small portion located on a hilltop. It is the oldest district of the city and is called Ashartepe, for many years, archaeologists working here. Today everyone can climb to the top of the hill and see the priceless antiquities, as well as to admire the beautiful panorama of the city.The most important attraction of Marmaris is considered an ancient fortress, which was built during the reign of the Ottoman Empire. Powerful fortifications with high stone towers perfectly preserved to this day, today is home to the fortress of the two museums – historical and archaeological. Pay attention to the Old City of Marmaris it is coverin the fortres around! Cozy white houses with old design , stony roads and very thing streets drowning in frowers and tropical trees. Too many nice cafes and restaraunts you will find here . It is always calm and fresh here , even in most hot times of summer , thats why most of all rich people choising this territory for living – it is most expensive houses standig here! Old city with very different designed houses will impress you till deep of your heart!No less important is the attraction of bedesten – indoor market, whose age is more than five hundred years. Of the trading floor, he long ago turned into an important historical landmark, many travelers visit the market as a real museum. A striking architectural monument of the Ottoman Empire and is Caravanserai, it was built in the mid 16th century and was designed exclusively for the Ottoman soldiers. On this territory there are also a magestic chillout place saved from Ottoman Emire times. In oldest times only man could visit this territory to have a rest , to drink and listen art live music and to smoke a waterpipe with biggest choise of aroma. Now you can taste this kind of pleasure, imagine like a sultan yourself , take a sit on the old designed sofas with numerous colourful pillows , listen art-music. You can wear sultan costume and shoot several photos next to old fashioned fontain. Attraction of the later period is the Ibrahimi Mosque , its construction was completed in 1789. The mosque is near the old market and it is worth exploring the interior of this amazing religious monument. Among the other excursion objects are Aqueduct and Tashhan – inn . Both of them were erected in the first half of the 16th century.One of the most mysterious and mystical objects Marmaris is the tomb of visionary Saria , who lived in the 17th century and became famous for his prophecies . With this landmark connected a lot of interesting stories and legends , many women today visited the tomb to ask the seer about happyness and family.The big attraction for lovers of bicikle the long road created espetially for sport with green palms and lots of flowers from old city to Icmeler. The breathtaking wier expect on this road , dont forget to take camera !There are lots of company which is giving bicikle for rent . The city has everything: from the long range of shops and restaurants to the beautiful sights with a rich history. Thus, known throughout Turkey are ancient fortress and a relatively “young” marina. The town center is a market where you can purchase a variety of products – from jewelry to porcelain. Read More at http://www.turkyacht.com

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