Turgut Village Marmaris
Turgut village is 9km from Bayir on the southwest of Marmaris; it has been steadily growing in popularity with tourists, and is a stop off point for the jeep safaris.
There is a small waterfall in Selale (which means waterfall in Turkish) that is midway between Bayir and Turgut and is located in a wide valley full of pine forests, plants and flowers. Click for Things to do in TurgutThe village is also known for growing peanuts, making honey (apiculture), agriculture, fishing and stockbreeding.
Turgut AttractionsThe beach here is also very popular and there are many restaurants offering excellent fresh fish and local produce, and for those wanting some culture there is Turgut Castle which is part of the ancient city of Bybassos.
There is a small waterfall in Selale (which means waterfall in Turkish) that is midway between Bayir and Turgut and is located in a wide valley full of pine forests, plants and flowers. Click for Things to do in Turgut
Turgut CarpetsThe village is known for producing carpets and these and many other examples from all over Turkey can be found in the shops here, where you can see how the carpets are weaved, how the wool they use is spun and how they make the dyes using natural plants.
How to get to TurgutThe village is 9km from Bayir and you can take the dolmus minibus from the centre of Marmaris .
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