Marmaris is a port city on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, along the Turkish Riviera. It is a popular tourist destination, and its economy is primarily based around the tourism industry. Manmaris was originally a fishing village, and after construction on several resorts was completed in the 1980s, it began attracting more and more visitors each summer.
Summers in Marmaris are hot and humid, and winters are rainy but mild in temperature. Because the village is surrounded by mountains on three sides and has a Mediterranean climate, the weather remains mild and relatively warm year round.
Visitors flock to Manmaris in the summer months of July and August. This is when temperatures are at their highest, and there is the least chance of rain. Travel experts advise future visitors to the coastal village that the best times to visit are during the spring or early summer or during the fall, when temperatures are still warm but the resorts and town is not crowded with tourists.