Marmaris is a vibrant tourist town that contrasts strikingly with the surprisingly undeveloped Carian coast to which it provides access. Leave behind the hustle and bustle of the bars, beaches and markets of Marmaris, setting sail on the idyllic Carian coast. Here you will find quiet places for swimming, authentic restaurants on the promenade, a wonderful sailing breeze and, as always, many attractions.
The vibrant tourist town of Marmaris contrasts sharply with the rest of the serene and beautiful Carian coast with its empty bays and traditional villages.
The summer season is the longest of all our sailing areas , with good weather and warm temperatures from late April to early November.
You will find small villages, restaurants on the waterfront, idyllic bays, serene bathing spots, and many listed historical and cultural sites to explore.
From Marmaris, you will direct a rented yacht along the Bozburun Peninsula, pass between the mainland and the Greek island of Symi, going out into the beautiful bays of Esilova and Hisrona. These bays have a much more serene and peaceful location , mainly due to the long distance from the airport. There are numerous anchorage and small villages, complemented by a pair of slightly larger settlements in Datca and Selimiye. Visit tranquil bathing spots, authentic seafront restaurants, wonderful sailing breezes and, as always, many historical sights.
Be sure to visit Sersa Limani, Bozuk Buku, Paradise sailors, Selimiye, Datca and some of the beautiful anchorage (many without names) on the Datca Peninsula.
As a special pleasure, the Greek Symi island is divine and worth a visit . We recommend visiting Panormitis on the southwest coast.
The summer season is long, hot and dry. During May and October, the average temperature is expected to be 20 ° C, while in August the average temperature is 30 ° C. Since the temperature can reach a maximum of about 40 ° C (!), We often advise that children should not be taken to Turkey during the peak season.
The prevailing South Carian coast winds mostly come from northwest to west . However, the Turkish coastline will significantly affect the strength and direction of the wind. In the mornings, expect the winds to be weaker on land, but as the day progresses, the winds will become sea breezes, slowly gaining strength from noon to early evening.
However, the prevailing winds from noon and further in the Rhodes Strait will be from west to south-west and can cause reasonable waves from 0.5 to 1.12 m, while with the Meltimi wind you can expect waves of up to 2 meters. For Hisaronu Corfesi (bay), the breezes in the middle of the day and at the beginning of the evening tend to blow from the southwest right up the bay from Datca, again, they can cause a slight increase from 0.5 up to 1 m, and sometimes a little higher. The sea area between Symi Island and Yeshilova Korfesi can be light and variable for most of the time.