Marmaris’ party spots to get safer

Friday, January 9th, 2009

Turkey’s most popular holiday spots are about to get safer for tourists, as a series of higher security measures are taken by the local authorities. Muğla Governor says that private security will be employed for nightclub avenues

Nightlife in the popular holiday resorts of Muğla is about to become safer. Ahmet Altıparmak, governor of the Aegean province of Muğla, said special precautions would be taken and private security would be employed for nightclub avenues in Bodrum, Marmaris and Fethiye, where hundreds of thousands of people party each night during the tourist season.

’Assuring a peaceful and safe holiday’
Governor Altıparmak, who is also president of the Union of Infrastructure for Marmaris and Surroundings, or MARTAB, speaking at the union’s general assembly said their aim was to help tourists to have a peaceful and safe holiday.
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