Should I cancel my holiday to Marmaris because of coronavirus? – a question that is haunting you for a few weeks now. Did we guess right? You could be thinking or have already begun to discuss this matter.
We understand your concerns and have started to freely share information about our resort for the sake of your holiday. Earlier this week we have shared the information about the precautionary measure introduced by the Turkish authorities including some restrictions on entry for travellers with recent travel history in certain countries due to coronavirus outbreaks in those countries.
The current situation in Marmaris is normal, supermarkets have plenty of supplies, food and drink as before. Everywhere is busy with renovations and all the usual preparation for the season.
As measures of precaution Marmaris municipality postponed exhibitions, performances and public events.
Bars, restaurants, nightclubs, cinema and gyms are open in Marmaris.
Marmaris Municipality disinfects the Municipality building, children playgrounds and mosques to prevent the spread of the COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, in Marmaris.
To prevent coronavirus outbreak all schools and universities in Turkey will be closed beginning on Monday 16th of March. The education process will continue online and via TV channels. These unprecedented measures are taken by Turkey following the first case of coronavirus this week.
It is also decided that the football matches will be played without spectators.
UPDATED: If your holiday plans revolve around ferry timetables to or from Greek island of Rhodes, they have been cancelled until further notice.
We will keep you posted about the latest updates from Marmaris, Turkey.