The beach-adjacent Marvel Tree Hotel is a boutique hotel consists 21 standarts and 4 family suits a of 25 rooms. The concept of which reflects its Mediterranean roots. With a coast of 500 meters, each and every room of our hotel has the full view of the sea.

Spread over 7000 square meters in Bozyazi, the neighboring town of Anamur in Mersin, Turkey, our Marvel Tree Hotel, Mavi Beyaz Restaurant and Marvel Bar, are located right on the coast of the turquiose waters of magnificent Mediterranean.

Even though it is very young at 39, our beloved tree looks like a century old plane tree, acting as a natural umbrella by the sea, almost literally changing the climate with its 1000 sqm shadow. With its dense leaves that stay a vibrant green all year round, the tree is a perfect home to many different types of birds. Creating a peaceful atmosphere for our guests with the mini beach bar located right under its shadow and 15 meter long branches that reach the beach, this marvelous tree also lends our complex its not-so-subtle name.

Our Mavi Beyaz Restaurant can host 100 guests in closed spaces and 200 guests in open spaces. Our menu, curated by chefs all experts in their corresponding fields, is a perfect synthesis of Italian, French and Turkish cuisines and can be enjoyed by not only the hotel guests and guests from outside.

Located right next to Mavi Beyaz is Marvel Bar with a capacity of 150 seats. Beyond world famous drinks, our bar serves cocktails created by our bartenders unique to Marvel Bar.


Bozyazı is a town and district of Mersin Province on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, 220 km (137 mi) west of the city of Mersin.
Bozyazı is a remote coastal district with the Taurus Mountains as a backdrop; The roads over the mountains or along the coast from either direction are very difficult to drive making Bozyazı too far from large cities or the established centres of tourism to attract many visitors, so the district is quiet and unspoilt. However there are developments of holiday flats in some places, mainly owned by people from Konya and Ankara as well as foreigners. The sea is clean and Bozyazı is home to an important colony of the endangered Mediterranean monk seal.

The narrow coastal strip has a temperate climate and is used to grow bananas along with strawberries, citrus fruits, ground-nuts, and a variety vegetables and fruits. The higher land (over 50% of the district) meanwhile is used for apples and walnuts. There are areas of cedar and fir trees.

The highest peaks are Tol Dağı (1,250 m), Azıtepe (780 m), Susmak Dağı (1,600 m), Kaş Dağı (1,639 m) and Elmakuzu Dağı (1,690 m), there are areas of high meadow in these mountains used for summer grazing. Bozyazı river rushes off Elmakız through a rocky gorge, there is a dam and hyrodelectric power station 14 km north of Bozyazı.

The ruins of the ancient Greek city of Nagidos are on a hill above the town of Bozyazı. They are being excavated by a team from Mersin University who have found traces of occupation going back to the Hellenistic period of the 4th century BC, when Nagidos was an outpost of Rhodes and Samos, a small port established to trade goods from Egypt and Cyprus. The town was subsequently controlled by Ptolemaic Empire, Ancient Romans, Byzantines and Seljuk Turks.


Anamur is a town and district of the province of Mersin, on the Mediterranean coast of southern Turkey, between Antalya and the city of Mersin.

Anamur is Anatolia’s southernmost point,[3] a coastal resort famous for its bananas and peanuts.
Founded by the Phoenicians, Anemurium was then occupied by the Assyrians and Hittites. During the Hittite period in the twelfth century BC, the ruler Tuthalia IV, granted Anemurium to Mattuvata who had taken refuge in his kingdom. Mattuvata took advantage of the Hittites’ weakness, establishing his own kingdom with Anemurium as its capital. His rule extended as far as Afyon, in central Anatolia. At the end of the twelfth century the area was occupied by a nomadic tribe that had come from across the Caucasus mountains. The tribe was called by the ancient Greeks the “Wind people” (Ἀνέμου γένος) after whom the city was named.[citation needed] The exact reasons behind this name are lost in time.The most probable explanation however, is that they worshiped a god of wind, perhaps similar to the Greek Aeolus, as their main deity. Then the city came under the control of the Phoenicians again, and later Persians. In 333 BC Alexander the Great brought this coast within his Macedonian Empire, and he was succeeded by Seleucids and then Ancient Romans. The coast was given by Mark Anthony to Cleopatra as a wedding present and Roman coins have been discovered in the course of excavation, dating to the years between Emperors Titus (AD 79-81) and Valevianus (AD 253–259). The Romans were succeeded by the Byzantines.

The city was first occupied by an Islamic Army in the time of Umar ibn al-Khattab. Turkish people reached the city in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. In the thirteenth century, the Karamanids, a clan in Central Anatolia, expanded their borders towards the city, building the Alaköprü bridge (which can still be seen on the road to Ankara) and conquering the city in 1290 from Cilicia Armenians. It was also ruled by Sultanate of Rum between 1075 and 1099 and again between 1230 and 1246.


Mersin is a large city and a port on the Mediterranean coast of southern Turkey. It is part of an interurban agglomeration – the Adana-Mersin Metropolitan Area – and lies on the western part of Çukurova, a geographical, economical, and cultural region. According to the 17th-century traveler Evliya Çelebi, the city was named after the Mersinoğulları clan; another theory is that its name originates from the myrtle (Turkish: mersin) which grows abundantly in the region.[2]

Mersin is an important hub of Turkey’s economy, and Turkey’s largest seaport is located in the city. Mersin’s nickname within Turkey is “Pearl of the Mediterranean” (Turkish: Akdeniz’in İncisi) and the city hosted the 2013 Mediterranean Games. Mersin is the provincial capital of the eponymous Mersin Province of Turkey.

Marvel Tree Hotel is 95 km (1h30m) away from Alanya-Gazipasa Airport. There is a private shuttle bus service for our customers who will be traveling by airplane.