Marmaris welcoming tourists back
Marmaris Turkey has moved from Covid-19 lockdown measures and travel restrictions toward welcoming tourists back. On July 4th the first international charter flight with holiday makers landed in Dalaman airport. Marmaris has been successful in containing its coronavirus outbreak with a minimum number of cases and 0 deaths. Marmaris’ economy is dependent on tourism and visitor numbers have been rising in recent years. However, the pandemic has collapsed the economy of resorts including Marmaris. No tourist means no money for Marmaris. Marmaris hotels began to reopen in mid-June, our earlier articles mention hotels openings by date for June and July. They have already put measures in place to protect travelers and residents, such as ensuring hotel staff and guest wear masks, maintain social distance, measure body temperatures at entrances, regularly disinfecting sunbeds and keeping tables at restaurants and cafés at least 1.5 meters apart. Marmaris bars and pubs remain closed. UK flag carriers will restart flights to Dalaman on July 18. Everyone is waiting for you more than ever before! These photos were taken this morning on the way to office, good to see the holiday makers back on Marmaris Long beach Uzunyali!