The hilly streets around Marmaris Castle, atmospheric lanes that feel far removed from the yacht-filled marina, contain the city's last remaining traditional buildings.
Marmaris' hilltop castle (1522) was Süleyman the Magnificent's rallying point for 200,000 troops, used to recapture Rhodes from the Knights Hospitaller. The castle hosts small Marmaris Museum, which exhibits amphora…
The mostly covered bazaar sells everything from haircuts to hats for concealing them.
This Zen-style garden, complete with a pagoda and soothing water, commemorates Marmaris' Chinese twin city, Jinan in Shandong province. There's also a restaurant here.
This mosque (1789) with an unusual dome is in the heart of the Old Town.
Focal point at the southern end of the main drag, Ulusal Egemenlik Bulvarı.
Marmaris' main square.