Muğla is one of the most beautiful, foreign and local tourists in Turkey. Muğla, one of the oldest cities of Târihin, has many works from old times, Seljuks and Ottomans.
Ulu Jami: It was built by İbrâhim Bey in 1344 in Menteşeoğulları and is the oldest Turkish artifact. He lost his originality because of the tamars made at various times. Muğla’s biggest monthly income.
Kurşunlu Câmii: It was built in 1494 by Esseyyid Sucheeddin. He was known as Kurşunlu Karami when he was covered with dome bullets during the tamer he saw in 1853.
Sheikh Câmii: It was built in 1565 by Sheikh Bedreddin. Minaret was added in 1806. He has seen tamar in various times. Sheikh Bedreddin’s grave is at the ready.
Pazaryeri Câmii: It was built by Bartıkoğlu Hacı Ahmed Aga in 1843. The house built as minaret was added by Köseoğlu Hacı Mehmed Ağa in 1866.
Saburhâne Câmii: Saburhâne Dergâh was replaced by Tavaslıoğlu Hacı Osman Ağa in 1848.
Shahidî Câmii: It was built in 1390 in the name of Sheikh Sayyid Kemâleddîn. There is a trough next to it. In the fountain time he saw tamar. In the garden there are the tombs of the Mevlevi shahidah and other religions who gave the name of the house.
Mustafa Paşa Câmii: It is against the castle in the Bodrum province. It was built in 1723 by Mustafa Pasha of Kizilhisar.
Tepecik Câmii: It was built by Hasan Ağa in 1735 in Bodrum province. The dome, which was destroyed in the First World War, was later named.
Hacı İlyas Cemisi: It was built in 1330 by Orhan Bey in Milas. He’s in Elijah. The rectangle is planned and the roof is covered with tiles.
Grand Civil: Milas is the largest resident of the county. It was built in 1378 by Ahmed Gâzi. Minaret is added afterwards and it is shaped as 33 steps open staircase.
Firuz Bey Cemisi: It was built in 1394 by Hoca Firuz Bey, the Menteşe vassal in Milas county. The first period is one of the beautiful examples of the Ottoman scholar. It is also called the Heavenly Sky. The gate is omni and stone is inlaid. There are five domes. Minaret, open minaret type.
The network is in the west of Milas, Toptaşı Tepesin. It was built in 1737 by Hacı Abdulaziz Agha. Rectangular plan. Minaret was made in 1886.
Ahmed Gâzi Madrasah: It was built by Ahmed Gâzi in 1375 in the city of Milas. Ahmed Gazin’s tomb is next to him. The madrasah rooms are small and empty.
Şemsiana Tomb: It is located in Muğla’s Saburhane neighborhood. It was not successful even if he wanted to be removed several times. Şemsiana, Mugla province has been famous for bringing the drinking water.
Hamursuz Dede Mausoleum: The Hamursuz Dede, who lived in Türse 1380-1450 years, is meddin in the name of a person. It is on top of a hill named with the same name. According to the revival, Kurbazâde Madrassa has been famous for its Hamursuz name because it looks pastries in the kitchen and does not add hara yeast.
Sarıana Tomb: It is on the way to Güllük in Marmaris. Having revealed the glory of Sarai, the proverb of the conquest of Canaanite Suleiman Hana Rhodes was; With the cow, the army of the army is in need.
Beçin Castle: It is located near Muğla and built by Menteşeoğulları on Byzantine ruins. It was an important center, and the Menteşeites lived in Beçin, the principal. Kalede Medrese, Menteşeoğlu Gâzi Ahmed Beyin tomb and bath.
Bodrum Castle: It was built by the Knights of Rhodes in the Roman Catholic Church in the fifteenth century in the name of Peter the Apostle. The castle has been built in four different countries. The greatest (lion’s) tower was built by the English, and the highest was built by the Spaniards. The walls of the castle were adorned with reliefs of the Christians and rugs of Latin and Greek letters and knights of Rhodes. The castle was built with the stones of the Bodrum (Halikarnas) mausoleum, which had previously been destroyed on the grounds. This castle was repaired during the reign of Constantinople and some of it was converted into a museum. There are 5 gates with hanging bridges, 3 towers and 3 floors. The Ottomans used it as a prison. In the vicinity of Yassıada on the openings of the Bodrum artifacts collected from under the sea and especially from the Phoenician ship were collected in this place
The church, which was converted into a house in the Ottoman period, was turned into an underwater museum in 1965. 40 m in Bodrum Harbor has been under investigation for the Ottoman merchant ship which had settled 400 years ago.
Keramos Castle: It is a castle dating from ancient times in Keramos, 64 km south east of Muğla.
Castle of Marmaris: In the sixteenth century, Sultan Suleyman Khan of Kânuni was built on the peninsula of the bay.
Mozule Monument (Mausoleum): One of the seven wonders of the world, this monument is in Bodrum. M.S. It was built in the name of King Mausales of Caria in 353. It is the monument. The British who excavated here in the 19th century took the sculptures to the British Museum. The monument alone has its place, its foundations and some relief columns. This monument in London’s museum sits at a height of 44 meters, sitting on a rounded comforter with 24 foot stairs from white marble, and eventually collapsing from the zelzel.
Theater: It is called Göktepe opposite Mozulenin.
It is also one of the oldest works of Agora, Mars Temple and Church in Bodrum.
Myndos City Hall: Gümüşlik is located 23 km from Bodrum.
Knidos City Hall: West of Datça It was founded in the 7th century by Dorlar. The important part of the Temple of Démeter here is in the British Museum in London. These ruins have theater, ramparts and various ruins. Cumal and Kargı churches are from Byzantium. It’s a tombstone. It has come from two cities connected to each other. It was the center of the Aphrodisias sect in the times of Miken, Alexander, Roman and Byzantine. In the sixteenth century, Islamic levans took over the city. In 1856-1858 British archaeologists abandoned the sculpture, oil lamps and money they found in excavations at the British Museum in London. The marble stones of the great theater are Mehmed Ali Pasha of the Governor of Egypt; He used it in the construction of his palace in Cairo. There are some marbles in the Dolmabahçe Palace. The lion monument was abducted in London. Twenty thousand and ten thousand people’s theater, pink temple, universe temple, acropolis, necropolis (burial chambers) are the main works in this city.
City of Amos: Near Marmaris It was a city established in the 5th century and housed by pirates.
Telmessos City Hall: A port city established by the Lydians near Fethiye. Kakasbos Temple, Aminta, Monumental Kabri, rocky carved Lydian tombs, aqueducts, cisterns and castle are the main remnants. Amintas Well Tomb For the Amintas from the commanders of Alexander the Macedonian king Alexander the Great. It was built in the 4th century.
City Ruins of Caunus: The remains of an old city in the village of Dalyan in the south of Köyceğiz. It has twenty thousand people theaters, aqueducts, rock-cut tombs, palaces and fortifications. B.C. Built in the 4th century by the Cretans, Karia is a port city. Alexander, Pers, Roman and Byzantine periods.
Ruins of Ruins: Ruins of a city of ancient times. Milas is near the sea. It is the remains of the old Keranos city.
Patara Ruins: It is a city ruins of ancient times. Lydia is the city.
Labranda Harâbeleri: It is a remnant of an ancient city. It is close to Kargacik village in 10 km distance to Milas. It is the oldest city in Karia. B.C. It was founded in the 4th century. The two entrance gates, the temple, the castle on the hill and the chamber tombs are the main remnants.
Pınara (Minare Village) Harâbeleri: It is a city remnant of ancient times. He was the most important of the Lydian cities. There are theaters and caves with 2500 rock tombs.
Kınık (Xanthos) Harâbeleri: It is a city remnant of ancient times. He was in the important cities of Lydian civilization.
Ayaklı Village Harâveleri: Ayaklı village on Milas-Selimiye road was a Karya city in ancient times. Here is the Evromos Temple of the Romans.
Harbors of Kapıkırık Village: Heraklea city was located in this village near Milas. There is a Byzantine monastery, ancient theater and city remains. Lake Bafa is in the north-east. B.C. In the 5th century, it was a port city in the Gulf of Lamos. It was the Episcopal center. He remained away from the sea with alluviums brought by the Menderes. There are high walls surrounding the city, the Temple of Athena in Dor, the Agora (bazaar), the council building (buleutrion), the Roman bath, the Temple of Endymior, the castle and castle remains.
Kedreia Harâbeleri: 18 km north of Marmaris on the island of Sedre in the Bay of Kerme. It was a small town in the Karia region. Coastal walls. The Roman Temple (the Byzantines turned to the church), the horse-shaped theater, the cisterns, the sailboat, the Roman Metropolis are the daily remnants.
Bargylia Harâbeleri: It is 6 km south east of the village near Kemikler village. It is a Karia city founded on ikitepe. There are temples, theaters, ramparts, odeons, covered longtas, sarcophagi.
Uydui Harâbeleri: It is in the village of Damlıboğaz, 7 km away from Milas in Karaoğlan Mountains. Karia is the city. B.C. It was founded in the 6th century. The walls are 2.5 m high, Apollo and Artemis temples, sarcophagi, and 41 limestone graves.
İasos: Asun is located in Kurun village of Güllük bay. B.C. It was founded in the fifth century. Karia is the city. It was the Episcopal Center. The cistern fortress, 21-step theater, relief columns, grave rooms, agora and main gate are the remnants of the day.
The Strait of Strantonikeia: It is in the village of Eskihisar, 8 km from Yatağan. B.C. In 218, King of Syria gave the name of the wife of Antiochus. The castle, palace door, flowered columns, theater are displayed in the open air museum.
Tios-Doger Harâbeleri: It is in the Bukhtag in 25 km distance to Fethiye. There are relief graves and wall remains.
Grape Harvests: Caves, decorated with relief paintings from the ruins of the city of Kadyanda, theater, large house cisterns, monuments written in Lydian language.
Sidima (Dodurga) Harâveleri: The old Sidima city ruins are in the village of Dodurga. There are tombs with statues made of white marble.
Lidya Rock Tombs (Amintas Monument): These are tombs carved on the rocks around Fethiye. It was made in the fourth century. There are also rock tombs dating from the Roman and Byzantine times.
The Temple of the Latins: In the name of Sarpedor, King of Lydia, near Fethiye, BC. It was built in the 4th century. Temple of Zeus: Milas’ta M.S. It was built in the 2nd century. Temple of Augustus: M.S. It was built in the 1st century.
Monument to Silver Cross (grave): It is in Milas. It is a Roman grave decorated with columns with coronal titles. B.C. It was built in the 1st century. It is covered with a pyramid-shaped roof. The ceiling is decorated with geometric shapes and floral motifs. The 12 columns holding the roof are titled corundum. Bacillus: It’s in Milas. It’s from the cradles. Temple of Sinri: It is in Kalinagil near Milas. B.C. It was built in the 6th century. The carians’ sakes were made for Sinai. In the same place there is a crushing of a helicopter. The Byzantines turned this temple into a church.
Akköprü: M.S. It was made by the Romans in the 3rd century. It is a bridged bridge of 30 m in height and 50 m in length at 33 km distance to Köyceğiz. It is the only bridge connecting the Aegean to the Mediterranean.
Bodrum Museum: This museum has the richest underwater artifacts of the world. There are also rich artifacts from the Carian. Museum Miken Hall, Underwater Works Department and Karya Hall. Fethiye Archaeological Museum: This museum exhibits works of Lydian, Roman Byzantine and Ottoman devine. Milas Museum: Old works are exhibited. Letoun Museum.
In the Mediterranean and Aegean seas of Muğla there are 1114 km long coasts. The coasts are the most indented and protruding coasts of the world and there are hundreds of small coves, gulfs, noses, islets and Bodrum, Fethiye, Marmaris and Güllük ports on these coasts, . Muğla is one of the most beautiful illusions in terms of natural beauty. Some of the natural beauty that can not be counted are the following:
Daily Forests: Among the “daily” trees between Fethiye and Marmaris, this forest is one of the most beautiful in the world, with a wife in California who is the best in the world. It is enjoyable to walk around these forests and the sanitary is useful. It is used in the field of shallow-fat medicines and perfumes derived from “day” trees, which smell very nicely.
Ula Kapuzu: It is a hill 500 m high, 2 km from the town of Ula. From here, the sea horizon, and especially the sunset of the evening sun (gurubun), will not be satisfying.
Sakar Hill: Muğla-Marmaris road on Muğla’ye 18 km mesafededir. This 550 m high hill is so beautiful that you can not see the view of the Gokova Gulf, the green forest, the azure sea, the rivers flowing through the curvy meadows with the edges of the eucalyptus trees, the flowers filled slopes, meadows and the villagers. Those who observe these landscapes are amazed.
Gökova Gulf: The world of this gulf, which has no wife, the forests and fruit gardens of the gulf are like lace. It is one of the most beautiful corners of Muğla and the world with its coasts, sandy beaches covered with white and pink sands, beautiful islets and a magnificent view. Kadral Island also has its own unique beauty.
Dead Sea Belceğiz: 12 km distance to Fethiye is a secluded and secret harbor property. It is a safe haven for the ships. The edges are a wonderful resting place. The sea is crazy. The dip at 45 meters deep is very clear. Available for sea hunting. Yachts are forbidden to enter the dead sea. This measure is to prevent pollution here. It’s hard to find a word to describe the beauty of Dead Sea. In this closed bay, the blue water turns green, the green sand turns white, the pines that go down into the sea bring strange feelings inside.
Butterfly Vadisi: It is in the inner part of Kötümsu Bay, south of Kıdırak Beach Park. Thousands of colorful butterflies are visible in spring in the spring.
Gedova Island: It is an island covered with forests in the middle of Köyceğiz Gölünün. The small pier is a nice resting place with its beach and bungalow type houses.
Dalyan: Köyceğiz Gölünün is in the middle part of the natural channel connecting to the sea. There are piers, casinos and restaurants. Near the ruins, there is a 100 m wide sandy beach where the canal is put into the sea. The view of the mountains and the coasts rising from the side of the beach is very beautiful.
Gümbet: It is 2 km far from Bodrum. Sand on the beach is very incredible. Water is shallow.
Karaağa: Bodrum harbor is 5 km away. Fok Cave and Beauty Beauty are famous. Seal Cave is good for rheumatism.
Bardakçı Village: It is near Bodrum. A small beach is a sweet water source. This is the water flowing through the Salmakis Fountain in mythology.
Black Soil: Turgut Reis or Karabağ. It is 22 km from Bodrum. The beach is fine. The camp and the promenade are located. It is the place where Turgut Reis was born. There is a monument.
Gümüşlük: It is 24 km far from Bodrum.
Iron: The sea and sand is a delicious place opposite the baguette shores across the Twin Islands.
Torba Coast: 9 km distance to Bodrum. This place, called Balçik Bay, is very suitable for fish hunting.
Pashtalk: Looking at this limestone from a volcanic region, it is seen that the islands around it resemble a crater mouth buried in the water.
Bodrum: A county that carries countless natural beauties. The beach is filled with sandy beaches, all of which are decorated with unique beauty.
Marmaris: Marmaris is a very beautiful district decorated with koya decorated like a lace. The “Everyday Forest” in the world whose wife is usually located in California is this district. Submarine hunting, fishing and land hunting are very rich. In their territory, laos, coral, kidney, lupus and trançabalı are hunted. Land fighters are rich in rabbits, mountain bugs, bear, partridge and various birds. Every side of Marmaris which is a tourist coming from the Aegean Mediterranean islands is covered with sea, greenery and beaches. Amos Grounds: It is a 7 nautical miles distance to Marmaris. It’s hard to go from land. There are castle remains dating from the Rhodesian Knights. Günnücek Piknik Place: 2 km distance to Marmaris. National park. It is decorated with everyday trees. Turunc: It is a promenade 5 km from Marmaris and a place where marine sports are made. Aktaş: It is a place for picnic and camp. It is 3 km far from Marmaris. Gölenye Picnic Location: 7 km distance to Marmaris. The road is straight. Ordugâh: It is a beautiful place 4 km to Marmaris. Alkaya Cave: It is near Marmaris. It is a place worth seeing.
Milas: Bafa Lake with its crater and lakes, Gulluk Beach is a quiet and beautiful place. There are tourist facilities. Ören Beach is famous for its fishery.
Datça: The district is in the middle of a peninsula. There are 5 acres of municipal park in the district, Roman monuments around the park. Bourgas, Gebekum, Karaincir, Bonito, Tekir and Kargı are places of rest.
Gökova: On Muğla-Marmaris road, it is 30 km to Muğla, 19 km to Ula and 25 km to Marmaris. The scenery of the Gökova and Sakar bends is very spectacular. There are also Sedir Island, Turnali Bay, Akbük Mal Deresi, Gelibolu Bük promenade. The sea and sand are beautiful and these are very useful for sea fishing.
Fethiye: There are 19 antique city ruins around Fethiye where the mountains are so beautifully landscaped as the seaside.
Fethiye, which is surrounded by mountains, sea, forests and beaches, is filled with unique natural beauty. There are 14 small islands in the bay.
Knight Island: It is in the middle of the inner bay. There are tourist facilities. Shipyard and Red Cow are camping places for picnics and relaxation. Calis Burnu: 6 km distance to Fethiye. Of course the beach is 10 km. Dirlik: It is a nice camp site. Kadyanda (Üzümlü): It is a resting place and a promenade in 22 km distance to Fethiye. Small Kargı: It is on Fethiye-Muğla road. There is sweet drinking water. It is 21 km far from Fethiye. Göcek Bay: This bay is decorated with many candidates, and at the same time chrome and manganese are exported. Katrancı Bay-Çamlıköy: It is 19 km far from Fethiye. It is the preferred place for tourists to camp. Kumluova-Karadere: 75 km distance to Fethiye. The water is warm and shallow. The main recreation places; Dont and Seki Springs, Değirmenbaşı, Karapınar, Çırpı (Aksizlar), Samanlık, Boncuklu, Deliktas Cove, Karaçulha, Eldirek, Patriot, Difficulties, Lobsters, Doganlar, Waiters, Çaltılar, Çobanisa, Ceylan, Temel köydür.
Köyceğiz: In a 20-35 km area, the sea, the lake, the forests, the mountains and the springs are inside. All kinds of spores and rest are available. Dalyan, Koycegiz by the lake is a unique resort. The stream between the lake and the sea is very rich in fish. Turkey’s best fish eggs are obtained here.
Sultaniye Village: It is near Köyceğiz. Exceptional lake beaches are known for its healing hot springs. Ağa Village: It is a beautiful place surrounded by forests 800 m high. Köyceğiz Lake: It has an area of 55 km2. It is 10 m high from the sea. It is connected to the Mediterranean by a very narrow colossus. The fish are caught by taking advantage of the med and the snare. Mullets, sea bass, sea bream, kittens and carp are caught.
Lake Befa: It is a beautiful promenade, as it is rich in fish. The slopes adorn olive trees, purple and pink oleander flowers and mule nails.
Spas and Drinks:
Muğla province is considered rich in sanitary water resources. But there is not enough resources in some of these waters. Some of them are:
Karaada Mâden Suyu: Bodrum is located on the left side of the sea in front of Karaada. There are treatment and accommodation facilities. The water of the spa as a bath; Rheumatic diseases, post-fracture joint adhesions, chronic inflammatory diseases, gynecological diseases, nephritis diseases.
Gebeler Springs: 35 km from the town of Fethiye in the village of Gebeler. The custody and accommodation facilities are iptidai, and the arrivals remain in tents and stalls. Drinking water of the capillary can cause diseases like mide-bowak, liver and bile; The banyosu is good for all kinds of rheumatic aches, nephritis and skin diseases.
Sultaniye Thermal Spring: It is on the coast of Köyceğiz Lake. Treatment and accommodation facilities are beneficial in removing water, drinking, liver, bile ducts and intestinal diseases, as well as spiritual and physical fatigue.