Muğla's tourist destinations in Marmaris in a very dominant point of the same name is another location of the castle. Marmaris Castle, which attracts attention with its views, promises an impressive ambience during the evening as well as during the day.
The date of construction of the castle is not clear, but it is thought that it dates back to Ionian rule in the region, hence it was built around 1000 BC. It is recorded that it was renewed in the time of Alexander the Great and maintained its importance throughout the centuries that followed. It is also known that it was renewed under the conquest plans for Rhodes Island during the time of the Ottoman Empire.
It is among the information that it was a target for French cannons in World War II. The castle, which was not used for tourism in Marmaris until the 1970s, has been a museum and sightseeing area since 1991 after extensive restoration.
Marmaris Castle has a total of 18 rooms. Ethnographic, artistic and archaeological exhibition areas are available in its indoor locations. The castle area, including a fountain, is one of the most important cultural structures that offers a variety of photographic riches, especially its landscape.