Also Known as Carsi Market, this bazaar is the largest in Marmaris and the centrepiece of the city. You'll find all kinds of boutique stores and a wide variety of goods, from jewellers to tea shops, and stalls selling leather wares and handwoven Turkish rugs. It's a lively place where haggling over items is a large part of the fun.
Nothing epitomises the Turquoise Coast quite like Oludeniz and its Blue Lagoon. Take a slow walk across a sweeping crescent of sands where the most striking and colourful waters lap the shores. With dark blue, emerald and turquoise layers, this natural lagoon is incredibly photogenic, and a wonderful place to relax and snorkel.
The Dalaman region offers some of the best diving in the Mediterranean. The waters are home to colourful reefs, and marine life like turtles, rays, and barracudas. Even better, you'll find eerie shipwrecks, limestone caves and the remains of ancient civilisations. Dive Aladdin's Cavern at Fethiye and experience this magical underwater treasure trove, decorated with anemones and coral.
Accessed by boat from the breathtaking sands of Belcegiz Beach, Butterfly Valley is one of the most picturesque places in Turkey. Home to around 100 species of butterfly, like the Jersey Tiger, this area of natural beauty features a vibrant green canyon nestled between a rugged mountains and a picturesque beach. Hike in the mountains, and swim in the bay.
Explore the Kaunos ruins, which were once part of an important seaport that dates back to the 10th century BC. Take a boat across a river and wander the remains of this city with its large amphitheatre, decorative columns and ancient temples. The most impressive sight of all are the ornate tombs cut directly into the cliffs.