Club Cettia

Close to the centre of Marmaris, Club Cettia has a good selection of bars and restaurants. On-site are two outdoor swimming pools and two children’s pools with waterslides. There’s also an indoor pool with a Jacuzzi. You can also make the most of its kids’ club, children’s playground, fitness centre, Turkish bath, sauna and beauty salon. The beach is only 1.5km away and has sun loungers and parasols to hire. And Dalaman Airport is roughly 90km from Marmaris resort. Club Cettia is a comfortable hotel, perfect for couples and families. A road separates the hotel from the self-catering apartments, but if you’re self-catering, you can still use the hotel’s facilities.

Overview of Marmaris

Marmaris serves up untouched coves, buzzing nightlife, waterparks, glamorous bazaars, waterfalls and plenty of pine-covered mountain ranges to discover. And its breath-taking shoreline has really wow views. Head to modern cabarets by night and tuck into the famed Turkish delight. Sail the pristine water in a yacht or lounge on the dark volcanic sands of the town’s beaches. Whatever you do, your holidays to Turkey promise to be a fun-packed escape in the sunshine.

Things to do in Marmaris

During the day, relax in the harbour where some of the finest restaurants and bars are. And the best thing? Much of the food and drink is locally sourced, so you’ll be experiencing a real taste of traditional Turkey. As well as its glorious beaches, Marmaris has a fair bit of heritage and history to discover. Take a step back in time on a day trip to the ancient sites of Hisarönü and Ephesus – well worth a trip if you want to find out more about Turkey’s history. By night, Marmaris comes to life. Bar Street is a club and bar mecca, staying open until the early hours. You’ll also find some themed nights in the resort’s restaurants – think belly dancing and local folk music. Whether you want to chill on the beach, party the night away or dive into the local culture and cuisine, you’re sure to have the time of your life in Marmaris.


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.