town of Marmaris is located at the meeting place of the Aegean and
Mediterranean seas, on the world's largest natural harbour, surrounded
by pine-clad hills.
Situated in southwest Turkey, in the province of Mugla, Marmaris is
one of Turkey's biggest tourist resorts. To the north lies the Gulf
of Gokova, to the south the Mediterranean. On the west is Datca peninsula
and to the east Koycegiz lake; all year round Marmaris is surrounded
by blue and green. The hills running in to the sea and the beautiful
bays make Marmaris very special.