Pretty disappointed with beach - packed, scum around shoreline, nipping fish (drew blood on my ankle!). I understand the Turkish concept of 'renting' beach space by using bar/café loungers in return for buying refreshments there, but then I expect the loungers to be clean, not broken and to have decent shade umbrellas.
Seemed nicer & cleaner near centre of town but by then, I was over the Marmaris experience. Shops & cafes were fine, the usual resort town fair - reasonably clean & priced; covered market was fun but don't need to go through the whole thing as most shops repetitive (definitely caters for the English working class tourist market clothes & food/alcohol wise). Never seen so many tattoo parlours in one town!
Overall, it was fine - nothing terrible, just nothing outstanding of note either. Seen it now, no need for a 2nd visit. Far nicer up the coast at the local Turk resorts.
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