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Marmaris Ephesus & Pamukkale 2 Days Trip


oin our Marmaris Ephesus & Pammukale 2 Days Trip

2 Days Ephesus & Pamukkale Trip is a great option for who don’t want to spend most of their precious hours travelling from one place to another by coach.

We know that your days and hours even minutes are important and we would like to offer our 2 in 1 excursion for your interest.

This excursion as itinerary and places to visit is similar to our other single day Ephesus and Pamukkale tours.

The significant difference is that you don’t have to travel all the way to Ephesus and return then wait another tour day for Pamukkale and travel there too. Ephesus & Pamukkale 2 Days Trip is absolutely perfect as moneywise and saves time.

First Day Day:

On our first day, we will visit Ephesus. The Camansand Lydians were the earliest inhabitants of Ephesus City and responsible for building this fortified settlement of Ephesus which at that time was by the sea. Thanks to its excellent location on a deep inlet it became a major trade route.

The construction of Ephesus dates back to the 8th century BC, where it was constructed on a marshy strip of land by the river Cayster. The earliest Temple is said to contain a sacred stone, a meteorite that had fallen from Jupiter.

The next major structures and reconstruction took place in 600BC. Thus the city was a major stronghold and flourished as the Major Port in the whole of this area.

High Stone Columns and many carvings in stone we’re dominant features.

King Croesus conquered Ephesus in 500 BC and rebuilt the great shrine damaged during the conquest .it was 300 very long, 150 feet wide and had over 100 stone columns to support it’s the massive roof.

This massive Temple became the Pride of Ephesus City until 356BC when it was destroyed by fire by a miscreant of Ephesus.

The House of the Virgin Mary

It is believed that St John the Baptist accompanied The Virgin Mary to the Bulbul Mountain known as The House of the Virgin Mary until her Assumption.

Many biblical figures and many Popes have visited here to this Holy Shrine.

Amongst them, in 1896 Pope Leo XII and Pope Paul VI visited in 1967, Pope Paul II in 1979, Pope Benedict XVI in 2006.
It was declared a Shrine and Pilgrimage centre for Christians.

The House of the Virgin Mary – The original two-storey stone house consisted of a kitchen, an anteroom, a bedroom, a prayer room and a fireplace.

Thus original stone building dates back to the Apostolic Age with typical Roman Architecture .in the 4 the century AD the existing house and grave of the Virgin Mary were combined and became a church.

The Temple of Artemis

The famous Temple of Artemis, dedicated to The Goddess Artemis ” The mother Goddess of Fertility has been reconstructed many times.
This flat area where this incredible structure was first built turned into a swamp and one can only witness the ruins of its foundations now.

A single column erected on the actual foundations of this temple reminds visitors where this Wonder of our ancient world first stood.
The great Temple and greatly admired by many Roman historians and people’s who visited it with great admiration for its construction.

The Temple housed great artwork, sculptures and rare artwork, and was much bigger than the Parthenon that stands on the Acropolis in Athens today. THE Temple of Artemis was said then to be 424 feet in length and 235 feet wide

When we completed our first-day tour our crew members will transport you to our hotel for accommodation.

We will serve a nice dinner after you settled your rooms. Delicious open buffet dinner at the hotel and have a rest well the night.

Second Day:

After a lovely breakfast at the hotel, we will take you to the coaches and begin travelling to Pamukkale. Now, as you see this is the best part of joining the 2 days trip. As we mentioned before, this tour’s aim: Less travelling more visiting.

We arrive at Pamukkale and then our second tour begins

The thermal ancient pools at Pammukale hang like a petrified cascade of a mighty waterfall from the rim of a steep hill. Majestic and spectacular.

The geological phenomenon that is “Pammukale “ is Cotton Castle in Turkish and is also at the same site as the remarkably preserved ruins of the Greek-Roman city of Hierapolis.

With such a unique combination of great wonders, it’s no wonder that Pammukale and Hierapolis have been made a UNESCO World heritage site, Turkeys most visited area and the Eighth wonder of the world.

The thermal pools contain many properties including healing minerals Thus includes bicarbonate, colloid iron, sulphur and calcium carbonate.
As the heat from the pools rise they leave behind deposits of calcite that created and still create these magnificent travertines.

The Turkish name “ Cotton Castles “ comes from the fact that the travertines look very cotton-like. The shimmering travertines cover every inch of all the 17 terraces.

It took many thousands of years for the waters of Pammukale to create these incredible travertines with their white calcite deposits that stand out spectacularly in sharp contrast to the clear blue warm thermal waters of the pools.

Remember you are bathing in theses ancient thermal warm pools as the Romans did, filled with mineral-rich waters where you can swim amongst some submerged columns of antiquity.

After exploring Pamukkale and its exciting surroundings, you will have a nice delicious lunch, and we will return back to Marmaris.

Marmaris Ephesus & Pamukkale 2 Days Trip

Tour Days: Thursday & Frıday / Sunday & Monday Only

Tour Type: Cultural & Historical (Coach Tour)

Country: Turkey

Town: Marmaris

Pick-Up Time: 06:30 a.m

Duration: 2 Days

Tour Pick-Up Point: Please be ready at the main entrance gate of your hotel.

Remember To Bring: Towels, Comfortable Clothing, Comfortable Shoes, Swimming Costumes, Sun Cream, Sun Glasses, Camera, Hat.

What Is Including: Open Buffet Breakfast (2x), Open Buffet Lunch(2x), Open Buffet Dinner, Professional Guidance (English Speaking), Free Pick-Up & Drop-Off Hotel Transfers, Full Insurance

What is Excluding: All Kind Of Drinks, DVD Recording, Personal Expense, Entrance Fees (Main Entrance & Cleopatra’s Pool:)

Caution: This is going to be a long and hard 2 days for our guests who have walking difficulties

A Living Ancient World: Ephesus

Take a stroll through the cobbled streets of marble, mosaics and frescoes which still adorn the walls of the ancient houses. Temple of Hadrian, baths and a brothel are among the perfectly preserved city attractions.

This ancient city was built on the site of the former Arzawan capital in the 10th century BC by Attic and Ionian Greek colonists. During the Classic Greek Era Ephesus flourished

You will be fascinated when you witness the existence of the numerous small details hidden in every single corner and want to know what their underlying story is.

House Of Virgin Mary

Apart from its historical importance, Ephesus also has special meaning for Christianity.

It is said that the Holy Bible was written by St. John and mother Mary closed her eyes to the world in this antique city.

According to history, St. John and Mary stayed in Ephesus after the death of Jesus.

The Virgin Mary stayed in a small house on Mount Bulbuldagi during her last days of her life.

At present, the house got an official sanction from the Vatican, and Christians perform a commemoration rite on August 15 each yea….

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Temple Of Artemis

The Temple of Artemis also known less precisely as the Temple of Diana was a Greek temple dedicated to an ancient,

the local form of the goddess Artemis (associated with Diana, a Roman goddess).

It was located in Ephesus (near the modern town of Selçuk in present-day Turkey). It was completely rebuilt twice, once after a devastating flood and three hundred years later after an act of arson, and in its final form was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. By 401 AD it had been ruined or destroyed.

Only foundations and fragments of the last temple remain at the site. The temple dedicated to Goddess Artemis, the Ephesus’

‘Mother Goddess of Fertility’ was rebuilt many times throughout its long history…

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Our Hotel For Accomodation

Our 4 Star hotel welcomes you to accommodate over the night and having your delicious open buffet dinner

Pamukkale (Cotton Castle)

Pamukkale Mountain which has been uniquely shaped by natural conditions for years has beautiful, natural decorations on it: Pamukkale travertines.

An abundance of underground water that gave life to the ancient city of Hierapolis once, has gradually carved superb cotton castles by depositing calcium salts at this place over the years.

The rich thermal springs, which pour down the hillside, over thousands of years, have formed these bizarre cascades of travertines and mineral pools.

Ancient City of Hierapolis

Archaeologists think that this city was built by one of the Pergamum Kings.

King Telephos’s wife’s name was Hiera, hence the name Hierapolis. When you finish climbing, you will be able to wear your shoes again, since a perfect historical settlement waits for you to explore deeply: Ancient city of Hierapolis.

This ancient Roman city was famed for its sacred hot springs. Today, the ancient city is a World Heritage Site and a popular tourist destination in Turkey.

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Professional Licenced Guidance Service

Our qualified guides at your service are holders of professional degrees from some of the reputed Universities in Turkey.

They have immense knowledge of the landscape, history. Guided Tours certainly help you learn more about the places you will visit around Marmaris.

We arrange excellent guided tours to all the places on our list…

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Fully Air-Conditioned Comfortable Coach Tour

our fully air conditioned buses

We have our own fully air-conditioned modern bus fleet to do these kinds of long journeys.

With our comfortable buses, we offer the best transfer services during your entire stay with us. We often check our vehicles, make sure that they are clean and in good condition…

Tour Program

-First Day-

06:00 – 06:45

Pick-up From Hotels & Apartments

We will pick you up from your hotels & apartments by air-conditioned buses.

The pick-up times will be given on your arrival when meeting our representetive. In general Pick time from Icmeler is 06:00 and from Marmaris is 06:30

06:45 – 08:00

Open buffet breakfast

The bus trip from Marmaris to Mugla for approximate 50 mins.

Stop for breakfast for 30 min. We have open buffet traditional Turkish breakfast with boiled eggs, cheese, tomatoes, different kinds of olives, butter, honey, different kinds of jams and fresh Turkish bread.

You can also pick up tea or coffee of your choice as a drink.

Breakfast is included in the price.

08:00 – 10:45

Getting to Ephesus through Town Of Selçuk

On the way, our guide will give you brief information about the schedule of the trip. You will have a great opportunity to sightsee the countryside while travelling.

After breakfast the bus departure toward our destination Selcuk. 

In Selcuk, we stop there for 30 minutes to give you a comfort break. You can make use of facilities like toilets and also have some refreshments.


Arriving in Ephesus

Visiting the City of Ephesus for 2 hours. First 60 min will be accompanied by your guides to tell more about those attractions. And after that, you will get 60 mins of free time.

During our Marmaris Ephesus & Pamukkale 2 Days Trip, you have an opportunity to walk through the remains of Ephesus with your tour guide. The Tour guides have a thorough knowledge of this place.

They will share with you some interesting stories of the past and relevant information about the history, culture, daily life, ancient architecture, and mythology of Ephesus.

Do not miss out visiting Celsus Library, the most impressive building in Ephesus.

14:00 – 15:00

Open buffet lunch in Town Of Selcuk

In our fancy restaurant, you will have 10 different kinds of cold starter plus a large range variety of main course options where you can find also some vegetarian food.

Sweets, fruits & fresh Turkish bread is also in your menu.

15:00 – 16:00

Free Time in Selcuk town or Visiting the House of Mary

Visiting the House of Virgine Marry or The natural museum for 60 min.

The choice has to be made only for one of those attractions. Entrance fees are not included in the actual price of the trip.

During that one hour of free time, you can either relax in a local cafeteria or explore the other historical sites in town.

These sites such as; archaeological museum, the Temple of Artemis or The House of Virgin Mary.


Transfer To Hotel

When we completed our first-day tour our crew members will transport you to our hotel for accommodation. Our hotel in Pamukkale is very modern and comfortable. There are TV, hot water and air condition in every room.

19:00 – 21.00

Open Buffet Dinner At The Hotel

We will serve a nice dinner after you settled your rooms. Delicious open buffet dinner at the hotel and have a rest well the night.

-Second Day-


Open Buffet Breakfast At  Hotel

After a lovely dinner at the hotel and a good night rest, following morning, we will have a nice open buffet breakfast.

10:00 – 14:00

Free Time in Pamukkale & Hierapolis

Visiting Pamukkale and Hierapolis for 3.5 hours. First 55 min will be accompanied by our guides to explain more about those attractions.

In our Marmaris Ephesus & Pamukkale 2 Days Trip, you will have the opportunity to walk through the remains of the city of Hierapolis with your tour guide.

We recommend you while climbing towards the peak, enjoy every barefoot step, benefit from mineral-rich waters of Pamukkale and wide open your eyes to feast them with the perfect contrast of white and turquoise.

14:00 – 15:30

Open buffet lunch

On our way back 60 min break for lunch at a restaurant in Denizli.

In our fancy restaurant, you will have 10 different kinds of cold starter plus a large range variety of main course options where you can find also some vegetarian food.

Sweets, fruits & fresh Turkish bread is also in your menu.


Shopping break at Onix & textile factory

1- We will be in a  factory price textile and clothes shop for learning the process and shop here.

2- Visiting the Onix stone and hand made souvenirs producing factory shop where you can buy the products for the cheapest prices from first hand.


Return Back To Marmaris

After a long but very interesting 2 days, you will be turning back to the buses. Heading back to Marmaris and delivering everyone back to their hotels & apartments.

Note: Pick up times for Icmeler is different. Please consider the pick-up times written on your booking confirmation sent to your e-mail.
  • For Families & Couples
  • 2 Days Trip
  • Historical & Cultural
  • Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner
  • Travertines & Ephesus
  • Save Money & Time
  • Visit 2 Places
  • With Insurance
  • With Free Transfer

FAQs About 2 Days Trip

What Should We Take With Us For This Excursion ?

You shall bring swimming costumes, sun cream, towels, sunglasses, documents to show childrens age,

some money, camera, and comfortable shoes with you

Yes it is. It’s for familes with the kids and also for the couples. Anyone can join this tour.

But we strictly don’t recommend this tour for whom have walking difficulties

Yes.We used to add entry fees in our prices for this tour before but unfortunately, according to new laws entrance fees for Pamukkale Travertines and Hierapolis ,

Cleopatra Swimming Pool (optional), Archeological Museum (optional)

Please bring passport of your children who are paying half price or free (under 6 years age) for this tour. They will be checked at the entrance of Pamukkale


We used to add entry fees in our prices for this tour before but unfortunately, according to new laws entrance fees for the main entrance will be paid there. It’s not included

– Virgin Mary House (optional)

– Archeological Museum (optional)

Please bring passport of your children who are paying the half-price or free (under 6 years age) for this tour. They will be checked at the entrance of Ephesus & Virgin Mary House

You will meet our professional and licensed tour guide who will give impressive information about the places that we will visit. You will be amazed how they speak fluently English.