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Posted 20 May 2023

7nts Turkey for 2 Adults - Grand Villa Sol Apart - 23rd May - Edinburgh Flights + Transfers + 23kg Luggage - (£195pp) £389 Total @ easyJet

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Great last min bargain this, departing Edinburgh. Rated 4* on Tripadvisor, seems to be recently refurbished and latest reviews are good.

  • Enjoy the on-site facilities including a swimming pool, poolside bar, restaurant and entertainment such as bingo and water games
  • Self-catering and air-conditioned rooms each with their own private balcony
  • 1.5 km from nearest beach

Relax in Marmaris by the beach
Situated just over a mile from the beach in the renowned holiday area of Marmaris, this hotel is ideal for those who want to enjoy a relaxing holiday near the sea with plenty to do on-site. Shopping and entertainment venues are within close proximity and the lively centre can be found around 2.5 km from the hotel. The nearest stop for the Dolmus bus is just 1500 metres away.

Rooms are air-conditioned and have a private balcony. Self-catering, they are fitted with a kitchenette and come with a kettle and electric hob. They also have an en-suite bathroom with a hairdryer.

On-site facilities ensure you have a relaxing stay here. The glistening pool promises refreshment and you can take a break at the poolside bar when it’s needed. Dining options include a snack bar and restaurant. Entertainment such as bingo, water games and shows are also provided for your enjoyment. Stay here to be near the beach and have all you need on-site.

Find out more about Marmaris
Marmaris is a time-honoured holiday destination for sandy toes and ice cream, but there is more to the Mediterranean resort than meets the eye. Its beaches, harbourside restaurants and drinking palaces on Bar Street are well worth your time, but don’t overlook the charming Old Town, with its hilly lanes of whitewashed houses and crumbling stone walls climbing above the yacht-lined marina.

Cats doze in shady doorways and little restaurants serve traditional Turkish dishes. Marmaris holidays should also take in the 16th-century hilltop castle. Ottoman sultan Suleyman the Magnificent built the fort as a base for his five-month siege of the Knights Hospitaller on nearby Rhodes. Holidays to Marmaris also offer a schedule of strolling the ‘kordon’ promenade, swimming, diving and boat trips, perhaps in a traditional wooden ‘gulet’. Marmaris is a deservedly popular resort, with the odd corner to escape the crowds and to glimpse authentic Turkish life.

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  1. Bargainhunt's avatar
    Regarding self catering , what do folks do take staple ingredients from UK or buy over there??
    gemmalouise4's avatar
    Eating out is still cheap in Turkey compared to UK, so can make the most of that.

    I’ve not been to this particular area but supermarkets especially the like of Carrefour are very well stocked and often with UK brands .
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