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Icmeler Introduction

Icmeler is eight kilometres from Marmaris on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast. It is a beautiful area surrounded by pine covered hills and washed by sparklingly clear water. It is a relaxed resort with sandy beaches and excellent facilities for water sports. There are many pleasant bars and restaurants where you can enjoy mellow evenings.

Why Go To Icmeler

If you are looking for a relaxing break with hot sunshine in picturesque surroundings you need look no further than Icmeler. It is a purpose built resort with excellent modern accommodation that attracts many European visitors every year. It is much quieter than its neighbour Marmaris with many fine restaurants but only a couple of night clubs.

Icmeler is popular with families with small children and those who just want to relax in the sun. There is a wealth of sporting activities to satisfy the most energetic of holiday makers. Couples of all ages can enjoy the charming village atmosphere, the pleasant gardens and the fine restaurants.

When To Go To Icmeler

The holiday season lasts from early spring until late autumn when the temperature range is from the twenties to the high thirties. Although the summer period is the most popular, spring and autumn are good times to visit historical sites when the days are cooler.

Icmeler - The Place

Icmeler, in south east Turkey where the Aegean meets the Mediterranean, is a well-planned modern resort offering sun filled days in a relaxed village atmosphere. Surrounded by verdant hills and startlingly blue water dotted with luxury yachts, it is an idyllic scene.

Regular maintenance keeps the resort clean with the sand and shingle beach being raked daily. There are many water sporting opportunities including water skiing, banana boating, parasailing, snorkelling and scuba diving. If you want a change from the beach you can take a stroll in one of the many pleasant gardens.

Boat trips leave from Icmeler to explore the coastline with its many coves or visit nearby islands, or villages with historical sites. Favourite trips include ‘Cleopatra’s Isle and the waterfalls of Pamukkale with their therapeutic waters and also the magnificent archaeological site at Ephesus.

Having a magnificent beach, an Icmeler holiday is primarily a sun, sea and sand destination enjoyed by many thousands of British tourists every year.

Icmeler Nightlife

Icmeler has many bars and restaurants but the nightlife is low-key. It is a peaceful resort unlike its noisy neighbour Marmaris. There are a couple of night clubs but those who are looking for all night entertainment must take the short trip to the next town.

Icmeler Shopping

Icmeler has a small shopping centre providing holiday essentials as well as many gift and souvenir shops. The Wednesday market has many stalls where you can search for bargains. For a greater choice of shops take a short trip Marmaris which has an indoor market as well as a large number of stores. Remember to barter for your goods and you will be better satisfied with your bargains. Some of the best items to buy are leather goods, carpets and silver and gold jewellery.

Icmeler Eating

Icmeler has an excellent range of restaurants catering for most tastes. The Majestic serves a variety of Chinese, Indian and Italian food, while the Kingsland Chinese restaurant also serves a typical English roast each Sunday.

There are a large number of restaurants serving traditional Turkish fare which is very tasty and includes stuffed peppers and vine leaves, clay-pot casseroles, kebabs and of course feta cheese, olive and tomato salads. Rice dishes are also popular.