Marmara Sea Holiday Rentals - a much needed getaway by the "marble sea"
The sea has two distinct island groups: the Kizil Islands and Marmara islands. The northern coastline of the Marmara Sea has become a major tourist attraction in the last ten years, popular with visitors from all over the world. Marmara Sea villas, hotels, and chalets line the coast between the western outskirts of Istanbul and TekirDag.
Treat yourself to Marmara Sea Villa Rentals for an exotic week in the sun
The sea takes its name from ancient marble quarries on Marmara Island and was formed as a result of crystal movements that occurred approximately two million years ago. On the shores of the sea there are many holiday resorts, Marmara Sea apartments and pristine golden beaches, including the Marmara and Avsa Islands, Mudanya, Gemlik, Sarkoy, and Erdek. The region is visited by millions of tourists every year looking for relaxation, culture and fun in the sun. The Marmara Sea is one of the country's many maritime highways. The south coast of the sea includes the Gulf of Erdek and the Gulf of Gemlik and the salinity of the sea averages about 22 parts per thousand. The ancient Roman province of Thrace, or Trakya, is located on its western shores and is also home to some of the most beautiful mosques in Turkey.
Satisfy your cravings for a historical holiday with Villas in Marmara Sea
Some of the main tourist attractions in the Marmara Region are Thrace, the Dardanelles, Gallipoli and Troy. Thrace is the corridor between Asia and Europe and Iznik, or Nicaea as it was known during the times of the Byzantine Empire, is a farming town surrounded by medieval walls. Another popular tourist destination in Marmara Sea holidays is the town of Bursa. The city is located in northwestern Turkey, is the capital city of Bursa Province and can easily be reached as a day trip destination from Istanbul. Bursa is home to the mausoleums of early the Ottoman sultans, as well as to numerous museums, ski resorts, beaches, and bazaars. Ulu Cami, the Great Mosque, is an iconic landmark of early Ottoman architecture. History bouffs can satisfy their intellectual cravings for learning by visiting the "Bursa Archeology Museum, Islamic Works Museum, or Erzurum Turkish and Islamic Artifacts Museum.
Some more areas you may find fascinating for learning about history are:
- Visit the historic quarter of Malaga with its streets, palaces, fortresses and churches and the Pablo Picasso Museum, displaying 155 works by the great Spanish artist, born in Malaga in 1881 - Malaga Villa Rentals
- Come and visit one of the finest displays of antique monuments and Romanesque buildings in Croatia, with Butkovici Holiday Villas
- Take some time off from your hectic skiing schedule to enjoy visiting the historic churches and chapels, like Odeillo Church and the Ermitage Chapel, dotted around the region, with Font-Romeu Holiday Cottages
- Rent Murica Apartments to marvel at the historic bridges crossing the beautiful River Segura
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations by the Marmara Sea are apartment rentals and bed & breakfast rentals. We search from more than 2,899 accommodations by the Marmara Sea to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
With Casamundo, you will find vacation rentals starting from €22 by the Marmara Sea. On average, accommodations by the Marmara Sea will have a size of 44 m² (Bed & Breakfast rentals) and 71 m² (Apartment rentals).
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals by the Marmara Sea?
If you are traveling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rentals are the most pet-friendly accommodations by the Marmara Sea. On average a pet-friendly rental costs €295 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
Yes, we definitely have accommodations for groups by the Marmara Sea. On average, the apartment rentals has space for 4 guests.