Keçi Island (Goat Island)
It is the cape where the lighthouse stands on the way to the open sea from Marmaris. It goes down from 8-10 m to 38 m and is a pleasure to experienced divers. If you're lucky, you can see plenty of big fish, crawfish, and moray eels and of course the red cardinal fish on every dive. It makes sweet and variable flow in the monthiversary. Plenty of amphora shards will catch your attention.
Sarı Memet Bay
The cape and the bay between Turunç and İçmeler is a beautiful diving spot for training diving and experienced divers. It has a rocky structure from 5 to 21 meters from the cliffs here. This point is very popular with diving centres and plenty of shipshead bream and saddled seabream move around in herds. Octopus, grouper and moray eels can be seen on every dive. A cavity called the Cathedral Cave is at a diving point deepening smoothly very suitable for night dives with no stream where large rocks stand staring.
Located on the open sea side of the Yıldız Island. It is exciting due to the blue deepening towards bottom. It is the only bay that appeals to those who do training dives, experienced divers and non-divers on boat. Plenty of small fish playing with diving trainers in the place where the boat is anchored give half of the pleasure to training. When swimming offshore for a while, one can absolutely see on every dive a cliff with large groupers after 18-20 meters, one wall reaching 40 m in the very end point and the Byzantine amphora with a full circle in the heart.
A spot which will definitely attract the attention of underwater photographers, still not interesting enough for cave divers. It is the most famous cave in Marmaris which should be dived by divers. Descending from 5 m down to 50 m, it is a diving spot with appeal to both training and experienced divers. It is a cave resembling a chimney with cone structure looking like a large fireplace entered from 14 m at the very end point and exited from 4 m. In the cave, abundant red-white striped cardinal fish and small shrimp can be seen on every dive for sure.
It is the diving point where the entrance cliff is located opposite the Kadırga Lighthouse at the farthest point to Marmaris. It has a beautiful "reef" descending from 0 m down to 38-40 m. It is one of the rare places where both trainees and experienced divers can do memorable diving. Here is the Amphora field with remains of a sunken Hellenistic era ship starting from 15 meters in the direction of the lighthouse. Due to remaining fully on the rock, hundreds of amphoras are adherent to the rocks. If you're lucky especially at the beginning of the season, you are likely to see plenty of insects and crayfish on the rocks and among the amphoras. In the season-ending dives, a lot of rocks greet divers in almost every diving. The moray eels which can be found in amphoras will be interesting for underwater photographers.
İnce Burun (The Thin Cape)
On the side of the Cennet Island facing the bay of Marmaris. The underwater visibility is slightly lower compared to the offshore diving spots. It is the diving location which has a real tropical sea view with the underwater mountains from 3 m to 40 m. In general, large flocks of leer and porgy and coloured sponges make this point interesting for underwater photographers in the season-ending.
The cape across the Keçi Island Lighthouse at the exit of Marmaris. This point is used for training purposes and the experienced divers can dive a lot here, still it is an interesting spot where amphora fragments can be found, few though. As you descend as deep as 30 meters on a rocky ground between 5 m and 38 m, you can see large groupers.
Abdi Reis Bay
A very beautiful diving point also called Aquarium by divers due to the clarity of the water on the open sea side of the Yıldız Island. Suitable and interesting for training dives, this spot is one of the places where experienced divers can have quite fun and exciting dive. It descends from the surface down to 33 m and fish often can be seen in the rocky debris beginning at 12 m. There is a lot of traffic sea traffic because of its proximity to the Fosforlu (Phosphorus) Cave.
A diving spot descending from 3 m to 30-32 m on the open sea side of the Yıldız Island. Mostly convenient for diving in the morning, this spot with nice big rocks and steep walls makes a shade quickly in the afternoon. Plenty of white seabream, shipshead bream and moray eels greet divers. It is likely to see insects while swimming in the direction of the colourful cave.