Club Aida Apartments

Kids… the pool has its own slide! And the main pool is pretty epic too. The al fresco dining terrace is a lovely place to enjoy a spot of breakfast, and possibly the best part of being at the Club Aida Apartments is the location – it’s a short skip to the local shops, restaurants and bars, and not far to the beautiful beachfront. Oh, and there’s a British-style pub here as well, which is a nice touch. Evening entertainment includes Turkish dancers and comedians, and there’s a kids’ mini-disco for little ones who love to dance.

Overview of Marmaris

Pure stretches of soft sand, stunning historical architecture, and a buzzing nightlife scene – there’s a lot to love about Marmaris, a popular spot for holidays to Turkey. And Club Aida Apartments is in an ideal spot to enjoy it all. Marmaris Castle, on the edge of the water, is well worth a visit, while the gorgeous marina has plenty of entertainment, especially at night. As the water is so clean and clear, it’s great for a spot of snorkelling and diving, and you’ll find two water parks here too – just the job for kids and big kids alike.

Things to do in Marmaris

Marmaris Beach is the place to be while you’re staying at the Club Aida Apartments. Aside from all the sun-basking, there are the epic water sports, including jet-skiing, diving and parasailing. The Atlantis and Aquadream water parks are perfect for a family day out, but if like a spot of history, there’s plenty of culture to take in. As well as Marmaris Castle you’ll also find the Nimara Cave on Heaven Island, which is dedicated to the goddess of Letho. If shopping’s your thing, try the Old Town markets – a bustling scene perfect for bagging unique souvenirs or even branded sportswear. Steeped in history and boasting an enviable waterside location, Marmaris is an idyllic place to spend your holiday. Options include vibrant nightlife, family fun, lazing on the beach, or exploring Turkey’s rich history. All this and more is on offer in this beautiful part of the world.

Resort Summary

The unblemished stretches of sand which make up the coastline have been accredited with Blue Flag status, while the crowning jewel of Marmaris Castle sits above the shoreline in imposing splendour. In fact, it was from here that the famous admiral Horatio Nelson organised an assault on the French at the tail-end of the 18th century, meaning there is plenty for history buffs to explore as well.

Marmaris’ strategic location on the Turkish coast makes it the ideal hub for taking a cruise or catching a ferry to locations further afield. The picturesque marina – particularly dazzling at night-time – is near some of the clearest waters you’ll ever set eyes on, making for some spectacular scuba diving and snorkelling opportunities.