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Marmaris Flat 50m to the Beach – Home 399937 Apartment

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 5 sleeps
  • 3 nights min stay

Marmaris Flat 50m to the Beach – Home 399937

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  • Apartment
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 5 sleeps
  • 3 nights min stay

Apartment / 2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom / sleeps 5

Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Child friendly
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed

Description from owner

Description

COSY FLAT IN MARMARIS AT A GREAT LOCATION

- 50 meters to the beach (Next to Malibu Beach Hotel)
- Restaurants, supermarkets, clubs, etc. in walking distance, yet not disturbing at all
- Local transportation (Dolmus Line) 3 minutes away from the flat
- Sleeps 3-4
- One single and one double bedroom, living room, open plan kitchen, two balconies
- Fully furnished with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge, cooker, air condition/heating, DVD player, hair dryer
- Low-rise building with a small communal garden
- Off street parking available
- Discount offered for longer stays


ABOUT THE AREA

Local Services & Businesses (within walking distance)
• massage therapist
• groceries
• hospital
• ATM/bank
• fitness centre

Sports & Adventure Activities (within walking distance)
• swimming
• fishing
• roller blading
• tennis
• cycling
• diving
• rafting
• quad safari
• jeep safari

COSY FLAT IN MARMARIS AT A GREAT LOCATION

- 50 meters to the beach (Next to Malibu Beach Hotel)
- Restaurants, supermarkets, clubs, etc. in walking distance, yet not disturbing at all
- Local transportation (Dolmus Line) 3 minutes away from the flat
- Sleeps 3-4
- One single and one double bedroom, living room, open plan kitchen, two balconies
- Fully furnished with washing machine, dishwasher, fridge, cooker, air condition/heating, DVD player, hair dryer
- Low-rise building with a small communal garden
- Off street parking available
- Discount offered for longer stays


ABOUT THE AREA

Local Services & Businesses (within walking distance)
• massage therapist
• groceries
• hospital
• ATM/bank
• fitness centre

Sports & Adventure Activities (within walking distance)
• swimming
• fishing
• roller blading
• tennis
• cycling
• diving
• rafting
• quad safari
• jeep safari
• water sports: Jet-ski, water-ski, wake board, Speed boat, parasailing, banana, ringo, flyfish, phantom, pedal boat, canoes etc.


Leisure Activities (most withing walking distance)
• scenic drives
• walking
• day trips to surronding towns and villages
• horse riding
• sight seeing
• boat trip


ABOUT THE FLAT

Flat is between Serenad Hotel and Malibu Beach Hotel and is at literally 2-3 minutes walking distance to the beach, as well to other amenities.

General:
• Air Conditioning (in the living room)
• Washing Machine
• Iron & Board
• Hair Dryer
• Living Room
• Towels Provided
• Linens Provided
• Toilet Paper Provided

Entertainment:
• Radio
• Television
• DVD Player
• Satellite / Cable
• CD Player

Kitchen:
• 4 Ring Stove
• Dishes & Utensils
• Dishwasher
• Grill
• Hob
• Freezer
• Refrigerator
• Toaster
• Oven
• Cooking Utensils

Bathroom:
• 1 Bathroom
• Bathroom is fully tiled and has a hand basin, toilet, and bath with shower, glass screen.
• 24 hrs hot water

Bedrooms:
• 2 Bedrooms, Sleeps 4
• Bedroom 1
1 Double Bed
Bedside tables with lamps
Wardrobe with hanging and drawer space
• Bedroom 2
1 Single Bed, plus good quality fold up sofa-bed
Wardrobe with hanging and drawer space


ABOUT MARMARIS

MARMARIS; beautiful coastline, friendly people, good fresh foods and delicious local wines, that could easily compete against many European vineyards. The summer is long and good weather is virtually guaranteed between May and as late as end October.

Set against a backdrop of pine clad hills, Marmaris is a resort that combines natural beauty with an astounding zest for life. Famed forits nightlife, the most extravagant on the entire South coast, this developedresort offers the best of both worlds; the nightlife is unending, andnumerous clubs and bars stretch along the coast from the elegant marinato the curve of Icmeler, the smaller resort close by. On the other hand, thesurrounding countryside offers the best in culture, due to the successionof scenic roads and sympathetic villages, which lead to ancient ruins andunspoilt beaches.Perfect for all age groups, Marmaris is one of the most popular resorts inTurkey. Once you visit it, you will understand why.

You can never be bored in Marmaris. Actually, two weeks vacation would not be enough to see and do everything Marmaris and its surronding towns and villages has to offer. You have to start making plans though according to your lifestyle. Of course you dont want to spend your whole vacation on the beach. You want to take some tours and laugh, enjoy and see more of Marmaris.

The Turkish Aegean Coast region

MARMARIS; beautiful coastline, friendly people, good fresh foods and delicious local wines, that could easily compete against many European vineyards. The summer is long and good weather is virtually guaranteed between May and as late as end October.

Set against a backdrop of pine clad hills, Marmaris is a resort that combines natural beauty with an astounding zest for life. Famed forits nightlife, the most extravagant on the entire South coast, this developedresort offers the best of both worlds; the nightlife is unending, andnumerous clubs and bars stretch along the coast from the elegant marinato the curve of Icmeler, the smaller resort close by. On the other hand, thesurrounding countryside offers the best in culture, due to the successionof scenic roads and sympathetic villages, which lead to ancient ruins andunspoilt beaches.Perfect for all age groups, Marmaris is one of the most popular resorts inTurkey. Once you visit it, you will understand why.

You can never be bored in Marmaris. Actually, two weeks vacation would not be enough to see and do everything Marmaris and its surronding towns and villages has to offer. You have to start making plans though according to your lifestyle. Of course you dont want to spend your whole vacation on the beach. You want to take some tours and laugh, enjoy and see more of Marmaris.

Here are some options:

TOP 5 in THE REGION
You may have day trips to the following destinations from Marmaris, which you would certainly enjoy a lot.
Low-cost transportation options are available throughout the whole year.

APHRODISIAS is the City of Aphrodite, Goddess of Love, and one of the Aegean region's most interesting archeological sites. Nestled in the broad, fertile Meander River valley, this city has been here for millennia. At its heart is an acropolis on a hill formed of the detritus of settlements dating back at least to the Early Bronze Age (as old as 2800 BC).

PAMUKKALE, 19 km (12 miles) north of Denizli (map), is Turkey's foremost mineral-bath spa because of its natural beauty: hot calcium-laden waters spring from the earth and cascade over a cliff. As they cool they form dramatic travertines of hard, brilliantly white calcium that form pools. Pamukkale has been a spa since the Romans built the spa city of Hierapolis around a sacred warm-water spring. The Sacred Pool is still there, littered with marble columns from the Roman Temple of Apollo. You can swim in it for a fee.

EPHESUS is the best-preserved Roman city in the Mediterranean region, and Turkey's top sight after Istanbul. If you want to visit a place where you can really get a feel for what life was like 2000 years ago during the glory-days of Greece and Rome, Ephesus (also spelled Efes, Ephesos or Ephessos) is the place. In terms of ruins, it's better than Rome itself.

SIRINCE is a beautiful hill town only 8 km (5 miles) east of Selçuk, near Ephesus, in the Aegean hinterland south of Izmir (map). It's famous for its olive oil, fruit wines, other natural products, and its charming, restful boutique hotels. A dozen small restaurants cater to day-trippers, hotel guests, and locals alike. Though tourism has arrived, ?irince is still a village. Here are the sounds of ?irince: birds chirp, donkeys bray, goats baa, mourning doves coo, dogs bark, roosters crow, children play. A tractor passes.

FETHIYE, 135 km southeast of Marmaris, hosts an important marina at the head of a beautiful bay strewn with islands. A hill crowned by the ruins of the crusader fortress built by the Knights of Rhodes overlooks the little port. Above the town, (called Telmessos in antiquity), numerous Lycian rock tombs, reproducing the facades of ancient buildings, were cut into the cliff face. The road to Fethiye winds up and down hills through a heavily forested region that offers occasional glimpses of the sea and an islet or two basking in total seclusion. The Gulf of Göcek and its friendly marina is one of the Mediterranean's best sailing spots. Hisaronu, at the skirts of the Mount Babadag-Oludeniz, is a world-wide popular paragliding center. The 14 kilometre road that leads you to Ölüdeniz from Fethiye is surrounded by pine trees. At the end of the winding road all of sudden a wonderful blue comes before you. This is Belcek?z Cove. Once you walk over the long beach you see the incomparable Ölüdeniz lying before you. Ölüdeniz is as if it appears to be enchanting and lies still with no movement in its clear waters. There is nothing of the bottom of the lagoon but white sand. The reflection of the water and the sand bottom give it a turquoise colour. On the surface are the reflections of the green pines and this enriches the impression of the turquoise colour.

(Information on this page is compiled from www.turkeytravelplanner.com and www.marmaris.org)

Marmaris


TOP 10 in MARMARIS
You may have day trips to the following destinations from Marmaris, which you would certainly enjoy a lot.
Low-cost transportation options are available throughout the whole year.

The Marketplaces
Although every part of Marmaris is a marketplace or a bazaar, for those who seek a village market the weekly bazaar is on every Friday in the area where the old bus station was. In ?çmeler, the weekly market is on Wednesdays and in Beldibi on Sundays.
In these markets you get the famous pine honey of Marmaris, handmade rug and carpets, all types of spices and healing herbs, souvenirs and gifts. Everyday in ?çmeler there is also the open street market, with stalls offering everything from works of art to shoes and clothing.

ARMUTALAN
This is a new holiday resort that is developing right near to Marmaris, where new hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues are being built. You come across Armutalan unexpectedly after you arrive at the Camiavlu Waterfall, in the region of the hamlet of Camiavlu and just parallel to the forest road. There is a good trail for walking and bicycle riding

ICMELER
Içmeler presents you with rich options for eating, drinking and entertainment. There are very frequent and regular transport links between Marmaris and ?çmeler. The park inside the hamlet is almost like a botanic garden. The area behind the park, which is called Sanat Soka?? (Art Street), has a wide range of displays of the local traditional handcrafts and paintings from Marmaris-based artists. The stream that divides the hamlet through its centre has been organised to add atmosphere to the beautiful hamlet. It is a colourful and lively part of ?cmeler, with the two banks of the stream filled with stalls where souvenirs, gifts and handcrafts are sold.

TURUNC
Turunc is located on the Eastern coast of the ancient “Loryma Peninsula” today called “Bozburun Peninsula”. The village, which forms part a beautiful and charming bay is situated on the Aegean coast. The bustling town of Marmaris is only a 40 minutes bus or boat ride away. In contrast to this overcrowded tourist town, the visitor can enjoy a quiet undisturbed stroll along the seaside, the main road or the inland side of our pretty village. He will be surprised at the variety of natural beauty that the panoramic view offers around the pinecovered mountains, the secluded coastline with many small and pretty islands and the Aegean Sea glimmering with the early sunrays of dawn. The bay of Turunc is one of the most beautiful along the Aegean coast.

DATCA
Datça is where the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean. One side of the 70 kilometre long Datça Peninsula, which stretches to the west from Marmaris, is lapped by the waters of the Aegean and on the other by those of the Mediterranean. Those who go to the very end point of this peninsula, where the ancient city of Knidos is sited, can see that the inner port of the city is in the Mediterranean and the outer port in the Aegean. The Datça Peninsula is a large one, beginning at the narrowest point of the peninsula where the port of Bencik is and stretching all the way to Knidos. At its narrowest point, the side facing the Gulf of Hisarönü where Bencik is and the side facing the Bördübet, it appears from looking at a map as if it could split from the mainland at anytime. The distance between the two sides is as little as 800 metres. There were even plans in the past to cut a channel across the peninsula, thus turning Datça into an island. According to the historian Herodotus, the locals of ancient Knidos thought of digging up the narrow strip of land in the Bal?ka??ran region and turning the area into an island after the Persians invaded Ionia. They tried very hard according to history but the peninsula resisted being separated from the mainland. Those who worked to break the stones and dig through the soil began to suffer from injuries to their eyes, forcing them to give up their efforts.

BOZBURUN
Bozburun is well known to yachts owners and operators. In respect to tourism it is one of the most virgin parts of the region. There are no large facilities but there are good small places. It is on one of the coves of the Sömbeki Gulf. The region, in comparison to other parts of Marmaris, is extraordinarily barren. It has a post office, some small hotels, pensions and good fish restaurants. It is said that the best gulets are built here. Every year at the end of October there is the Gulet Festival and gulet races. In the vicinity there are many calm coves that you can get to by boat. Nearby to Bozburun on Asar Hill are the remains of the ancient city of Larymna that are not of great interest. It takes about 45 minutes to get to the top of the hill. There are fragments of the city walls, pieces and ruins of tombs scattered around. Bozburun looks beautiful from this hilltop.

SELIMIYE
Selimiye is situated 45 kilometers (28 miles) from Marmaris via the Hisarönü road, and is one of the most beautiful coves of Hisarönü Bay. It is an important village in terms of landscape and ancient ruins. When almond-trees are in blossom, the view is truly a sight for sore eyes. The full moon that rises over the western side of the bay is the most stunning in the vicinity. The undulating road leading to Bozburun offers lovely panoramic views of the bay. Selimiye boasts perhabs the freshest and the most delicious fish. There are a few hotels, motels, pensions and restaurants in Selimiye. It's shoreline has beaches in some places and is rocky in others. Everyone may swim anywhere, anytimethey like. Selimiye is a fishing-village that nature-loving tourists who come to Marmaris quitely discover on their own; and has lovely scenery, a modest lifestyle and amicable people. The population on the village is around 1.100.

GULF OF GOKOVA - AKYAKA
While going to this region you should travel during the day from Sakar Geçidi, which is 15 kilometres along the Mu?la-Marmaris road and then the winding road descends towards the valley for seven kilometres. The magnificent view presented by the valley and the Gulf of Gökova is really breathtaking. There are places on the road where one can park and take time to view the scenery. This is the place to pull your vehicle to the side of the road and enter into timeless imagination sessions. The gulf often has a haze over it, which presents a very suitable backdrop for the imagination. You can see this same scenery from the NET entertainment venue on the winding road down by taking a lunch or a rest break. This winding road diverts into Akyaka later. You can head towards Akyaka by turning right on the road amongst the pine trees. If you pass this intersection you can turn left at the Marmaris-Mu?la intersection. (Not towards Marmaris) At end of this road turn left and observe the pristine waters of the Azmak Stream. The special architecture of Akyaka will catch your eyes straight away. On your right the most beautiful of these wooden houses are lined up for your viewing pleasure. It is difficult not to envy the owners and want to live in one.

GOCEK
Set at the north-west end of the Gulf of Fethiye, Gocek is blessed with magnificent scenery. Backed by majestic mountains and substantial pine forests it looks out over the Twelve Islands, which provide shelter for Gocek's almost circular bay that has made the village such a perfect, natural harbor. Lured by such perfection, the yachting community has long made Gocek a favorite, and it is also a popular stop for gullet cruises. Perhaps this explains Gocek's impressive range of facilities for a place that remains so blissfully unspoiled: there are only a handful of small hotels and pensions, yet all along the wide, landscaped promenade that fringes the quayside, there are plenty of eateries, from simple cafes to excellent restaurants specializing in delicious fresh fish. In the back streets and around the old village square by the mosque, there is a surprising array of interesting craft shops. From the harbor you can take boat trips around the Twelve Islands and a boat is also the natural choice of transport to reach Gocek's beaches, the nearest of which lies just a little further around the bay. Göcek is at the furthest north end of Fethiye bay, and is in a location very close to both the islands and to the coves each more beautiful than the other. You can meet all of your requirements here before starting out for a blue voyage and very easily come back within few days to replenish your supplies.

DALYAN
The tiny town of Dalyan in the province of Mugla on the South-Western Mediterranean is set in the centre of a broad delta whose natural beauty is completely unspoilt. This is one of the surviving corners of paradise, an area of outstanding natural beauty and historic interest. The Dalyan Channel, through which water circulates between the Mediterranean and Köycegiz Lake slowly meanders, forming a network of small lakes and waterways through reed beds rising to between 3 and 5 metres in height. (The journey through this natural labyrinth is romantic and mysterious) With its mixture of fresh and salt water, these wetlands have become home to vast numbers of fish and other water life, as well as the birds of many species which feed on them. Dividing the sea from the delta is the Iztuzu sandbar stretching for 5km east from the mouth of the channel. With its fine crystal sand, shallow turquoise sea and abundant sunshine, Iztuzu beach is the ideal seaside spot, perfect for swimming for 7 months of the year. It is this beach to which the endangered Mediterranean turtle Caretta Caretta has returned year after year to lay its eggs since time immemorial.
The Sultanye Thermal Baths: The Sultaniye Thermal Baths are to the Southwest of Köycegiz lake. The water here at 40 Celsius is second to none. The water at these baths was first used in Caunon times, then by the Byzantines, who rebuilt the accommodations. The ruins of the buildings from the period are submerged beneath the waters of the lake. It is not unusual to see the Turkish elderly make pilgrimages to the baths due to the water's curative properties in case of neuralgia, rheumatism and skin disorders of the liver, spleen and bowels. The Mud Baths: "Beauty Mud" which not only cleanses and tones the skin but is said to remedy rheumatism and has anti-ageing properties. After allowing the mud to dry, it can be removed in a natural clear water sulphur pool, at temperatures of around 40 Celsius. This leaves you refreshed and relaxed. Caunos: The ancient city of Caunos stands midway along the channel facing Dalyan. Settlement here is believed to date from 3000 BC by Caunos, the son of Miletos and it later grew into a major port on the border between Lycia and Caria. Sprawling over a broad sloping site overlooking the sea and the delta, the principal monuments to be seen in Caunos are the Acropolis surrounded by city walls, a theatre, four temples, an agora, stoa, nymphain, baths, palestra, churches and a cistern. The imposing Lycian rock tombs with their facades curved into the form of temples were the last resting place of the kings of Caunos. The city had two harbours, one for military use and the other for merchants. Inscriptions discovered on the nymphain have been found to cite customs regulations and have thrown valuable light on the economic life of the city.


(Information on this page is compiled from www.gomarmaris.com)

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: King Bed
    Bedroom 2: 2 Single Beds
    Beds in other rooms: Sofa Bed
  • 1 Family bathroom

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Air conditioning
  • Shared garden
  • Swing set
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Dishwasher
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Video player
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
Yes, smoking allowed
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About the owner

Serpil D
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated::
06 Dec 2016
Overall rating:

Languages spoken: English, German, Italian, Russian


This Apartment has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 5. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 20 Apr 2013. Located in Marmaris, it has 10 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate is £171.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 06 Dec 2016.

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