Marmaris Grand Bazaar
If you come to the small resort town of Marmaris and want to buy gifts for yourself and your loved ones from this beautiful place, it is impossible not to fall on your way to the Old Bazaar, which is built as the architectural design of Istanbul's Grand Bazaar.
Why should I go? It will be an excellent experience to have a pleasant time for a few hours in the Old Bazaar. However, we have to say that there are a lot of ingration products in the market and the prices are quite high. However, if you try, you can come across stores that sell specialty products.
Miss! You can make tastings by entering the crowd formed in front of the shops selling authentic and regional products. While you're here, don't come back without citrus jam and the famous Marmaris honey!
Location: Hill, 38. Sk, 48700 Marmaris/Mugla
B.C. There is a belief that it was built by the Ionians in 1044 and later restored by Alexander the Great. In 1522, it was restored and expanded before the Rhodes expeditions during the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent. However, during the First World War, the castle, which was hit by the cannon fired by the French navy, was seriously damaged. For this reason, it was restored again in the 1990s.
If you ask why should I go? It includes 2 archeology galleries and an ethnography museum. The rest of the castle is used as an art museum and warehouse. In the archeology department; There are sherds from the Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods, as well as pottery and glassware, coins and ornaments found in excavations in Knidos, Hisarönü and Burgaz.
In the ethnography section; Weaving works, rugs, furniture, copper kitchen utensils, weapons and ornaments belonging to the Ottoman period are exhibited.
Marmaris Castle is located in the city center and is the most popular place to visit.
Location: Tepe, 30. Sokak No: 54, 48700 Marmaris/Mugla
Working hours: 08:30-19:00
Entry fees: 8₺