Nightlife in Marmaris
The entertainment on offer here ranges from road-side and beach front restaurants, bars, pubs, beach clubs, nightclubs and discos, they are on busy terraces or in far corners by the sea. Whatever your taste in music you will be sure to find something you like.
Dining in MarmarisDine in the early evening whilst watching the sun set or go into town and choose from a plethora of good places to eat.
For some real Turkish nightlife go to a meyhane (Turkish tavern) and drink the traditional Raki (aniseed flavour alcohol), Salgam (turnip juice), Ayran ( a very popular yoghurt drink) and Sahlep or Salep (milk drink made with orchids).
Bars and Nightclubs
Bar StreetOnce the sun does go down, Marmaris becomes a crazy hive of activity and the best of the clubs and disco entertainment is to be found on Bar Street which is by the Marmaris Marina and just a 500m walking distance from the centre and where the nightlife goes on till 5am in the morning.
UzunyaliThe next best place is in the Uzunyali neighbourhood of Long Beach and on the beach front which is directly opposite Bar Street and also just a 500m walk from the town centre. Here you will find as many restaurants, pubs, karaoke bars and discos and the music here stops at midnight.
Traditional Turkish NightsTurkish Night in Marmaris is a very popular tourist attraction where visitors get to experience Turkish culture and traditions with a programme of live Turkish music followed by beautiful Turkish belly dancers.
Shows at the HotelsSpecial night shows are often arranged by the hotels, clubs, apart-hotels and even pansions for their guests to enjoy and if you have the energy in Marmaris you can party until dawn.
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Turkish Food Recipes
Chickpeas with Minced Beef - Red Meat Courses
Gullac - Other Desserts
Oven Cooked Mucver - Vegetable Courses
Pilaf with Almonds - Rice & Pasta Dishes
Keskek or Pounded Meat-Wheat Dish - Red Meat Courses
Saksuka - Fried Aubergine with Yogurt and Tomato Sauce - Vegetable Mezes