1 Day Ephesus Tour from Marmaris

1 Day Ephesus Tour from Marmaris

1 Day Ephesus Tour from Marmaris


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1 Day Ephesus Tour from Marmaris

Christianity was born in the Holy Land but became a world religion in the Land of Asia Minor (today's Turkey). The biblical tour covers the Seven Churches of Asia Minor. Take your Bible and read the book of Revelation. Those churches are Sardis, Smyrna (Izmir), Ephesus (Efes), Thyatira, Philadelphia, Pergamon (Bergama), and Laodicea. But on this tour, you will visit only Ephesus, Temple of Artemis and House of Virgin Mary.

But be ready to follow the footsteps of St. Paul; imagine walking in the places of St.Paul preached and walked. Taking part in one of our Daily Turkey tours from Marmaris, you will get to delve into Turkey's history, culture, and authentic life, especially by choosing the region of Izmir. Ephesus Tour experience! You will leave enthralled.


  • Pick up From Marmaris Hotels
  • Ephesus Ancient Ruin
  • The House Of Virgin Mary
  • The Temple of Artemis
  • St. John's Basilica
  • Open Buffet Local Lunch (Drinks Extra)

You will be/can be met at the Marmaris Hotel sor Dalyan Airport .On one day tour during your daily Turkey Tour from Marmaris, you will visit Ephesus.From Marmaris to Ephesus it will takes around 3 hours. During your journey, your local tour guide will give you lots of information about Ephesus, The House of the Virgin Mary, and The Temple of Artemis.

Also, about Turkey, such as climate, different regions in Turkey that hold the most wonderful historical places, and all whilst standing in front of the Turkey Map as they will then pinpoint these certain places for you, to make it easier to follow the tour guides Turkey Map, but also your local tour guide will hand you Ephesus Map and a Turkey Map.

The House of Virgin Mary

We will pass through the verdant and picturesque countryside before arriving at our first stop, which is The House of the Virgin Mary. In accordance with the Predominant Christian tradition, Mary was brought to Ephesus by the Apostle John after the resurrection of Christ and lived out her final resting years here.
This is based mainly on the traditional belief that John came to Ephesus combined with the biblical statement that Jesus consigned her to John's care (John 19:26-27).

Ephesus Ancient Ruin

After The House of the Virgin Mary, we will then head on to the next destination, which will be the Ancient City of Ephesus; the tour here shall be a walking tour and will take you through one of the most magnificent archaeological sites in the entire world. You will be able to see the Odeon, The Fountain of Trajan, the steam baths of Scholastic, the Temple of Hadrian, and of course, let's not forget the very impressive library of Ephesus. The library is adorned with columns and statues. The Grand Theatre, where Saint Paul preached, is the largest in antiquity, with a capacity of 24.000 seats. You will then return to the bus through the Arcadian Way, where Mark Anthony and Cleopatra once rode in procession. After your 2 hour exploration around Ephesus, we will head for a lunch break for about 1 hour.

The Temple of Artemis (Diana)

Then we will continue on tour and head on to our next stop, which is the Temple of Artemis (Diana). This outstanding temple was built in honor of the Greek Goddess of hunting, wild nature, and fertility, deemed as one of the Seven wonders of the ancient world. The temple of Artemis used to be the largest marble temple in the ancient Greek world since it was four times as big as the Parthenon in Athens, Greece.

The temple served as both a marketplace and a religious institution. Offerings by thousands of pilgrims each year enabled the temple to grow so wealthy that it became the world's first bank. Today, little remains of the magnificent structure. Your guide will describe its importance, wealth, and the tension between the Romans and Christians that settled in the area over the centuries. After the Ephesus tour and local lunch, we will drive back to Izmir.

Izmir St.Polycarp Church-Agora

Christianity was born in the Holy Land, but it became a world religion in the Land of Asia Minor (today's Turkey). Izmir is one of the Seven Churches of Revelation mentioned in the Bible as "the suffering church" (Rv 2:8-11) at the same time where Saint Polycarp was martyred.  Our first stop will be St.Polycarp Church, Ancient Agora, or Marketplace, which was built in the 4th century BCE by Alexander, destroyed by an earthquake in 178 CE, and rebuilt by Emperor Marcus Aurelius soon after.

Above the city is the most enduring of Alexander's legacies, the Kadifekale Castle, originally built in the 4th century BCE. Mountain and Castle offer a thrilling panorama of the bay. Konak Square, Clock Tower, and Kemeralti Bazaar. The tour will finish at around 17:00, and then you will be transferred back to your pick-up point at about 17:10.

What's Included?

  • English-speaking tour guide during the tours
  • Transport by Air-Conditioned Vehicle
  • Parking Fees
  • Local taxes and service charges

What's Not Included?

  • Personal expenses and Gratuities
  • Lunch (Vegetarian lunch option available upon request)

Note: If you wish, you can extend your tour or request a transfer service from us to other cities such as Bodrum, Kusadasi, Alaçatı, Çeşme, Denizli, Konya, Cappadocia. 

*Private Ephesus and Izmir Biblical Tour from Izmir run every day and is available all year round. Also, documents with details and confirmations will be e-mailed to you after your booking.

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