The rabbit Island (St. Apostle Island) is the name given to a small island that separates the bay into two parts.
Peynirciceegi Cave is a unique wonder and has been formed over thousands of years.
Its old name was Farilya and this word means "Sunrise". A heavy construction on the coastline can be seen.
Bodrum Castle is built on a rocky area between the two ports. In ancient times, it was an island, it has formed as a pen...
It is a huge monumental structure with the combination of the columns from Greek architecture and the pyramid-shaped roof of Egypt.
The theatre has three main parts in accordance with the traditions of the ancient times.
One of the windmills is on the shore and if you wish you can also have a chance to see it when it is working.
Domed cisterns which has a special circular-shaped, called 'Gumbet" is an icon for Bodrum.
A trip to Underwater Archaeology Museum takes you back to the times of the hopes of the ancient sailors that were sunk on Anatolia's coastlines
A version of the original ship was reconstructed by images that were monitored at the bottom of the sea.
Whereas the early history of Bodrum covers pirates and tyrants and its recent history also covers sponge fishing and fishing.
Caria archaeological site covering the ancient cities of Lissa and Lydae, has an independent and greatly scattered ancient settlement but is very enjoyable with the historic route.
Okapolis ancient city is established at the boundaries of today’s Elcik, Sabunlu and Kızılkaya villages.
The ruins of the city walls, graves and rock tombs on the top of a hill between Elcik- Bozbel are within the boundaries of Oktapolis ancient city.
It is located at the west of Bozbel-Gokseki neighbourhood, nearby Çal Stream side.
It is above Gurleyik village. The detached-houses, their storerooms, barns and the location of the winehouse draw the attentions.
The north and the north east of Serefler village are filled with completely full of historical structures.
It is located at the west skirt of Monastery Hill between Gurkoy and Karaagac villages.
It is in the north of Degirmenyaka neighbourhood, Gurkoy. It was built and managed at the end of the 13th century by Greeks.
Kızlan Village has a history of approximately 300 years. This area has stronge blowing winds. There are many windmills in the area.
Burgaz historical site is located on Tekir Foreland of Datca Peninsula at north east of Datca centre.
Apollo Sanctuary is close to Emecik Village on Marmaris-Datca road. This area was found as a result of the archaeological excavations are carried out by Ministry of Culture
The inscription wrote that Araxa joined battle with Bubon and Cibyra who captured many citizens in the 2nd century BC.
One of the oldest settlements in the Lycian region with the name of Tlos was written on Lycian as TLAWA on Lycian inscriptions...
As its name suggests, it is a city that has been established on behalf of Leto national mother goddess of Lycian who is the mother...
Pınara was one of the major city of the Lycian cities although its history left only a few records. It is half an hour away from the village of Minare...
Four Lycian tombs are at the north entrance of the city that is surrounded by etched stones rampart at 600 metres high from the sea.
The old name of Kayaköy was Levissi. 450 houses are situated as not to block each others views
Hyllarima Ancient City is on the way to Yatagan-Kavaklıdere road, by passing through Cayboyu Village nearby Kavaklıdere junction to get Derebag Village which is 7 km forward.
Yerkupe Cave and Yerkupe Plateau that have five separate natural water resources, wide meadows, its waterfall and its centuries-old pine trees are natural wonders.
Kyon Ancient City is nearby Mentese township in Camyayla village. Its meaning in Hellen language is the dog’s grave.
The ancient city of Caunos which is set along Dalyan canal connects Koycegiz Lake to the Mediterranean coast starts from the north of the harbour and ends at the top of the cliffs of Dalyan Village.
The Acropolis is located on a high rocky outcrop which is 152 meters above the city of Caunos and containing the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance.
The theatre that is in Caunos and on the east side of Acropolis has a minimum of 5000 seats, this theatre faces to south west as in the Anatolian tradition.
The 4th century Tombs of King carved into the rocks stand on the high steep cliffs overlooking Dalyan.
Historic Akkopru that gives its name to the dame will be built on Dalaman River in soon welcomes many visitors throughout the year.
One escapes from the exclusion of Jews from Christians on religious war comes to Gedova.
Imbros Castle situated on Olemez Mountain in the north of Caunos ancient city was formerly near the port.
Caunos Ancient City and the mud baths nearby the Dalyan channels are located in Koycegiz. The famous king tombs of Caunos are opposite Dalyan town.
According to old belief, the higher your grave is, the closer you are to God. That is the secret of the King Tombs in the rocks by Dalyan River.
The major buildings of this ancient city are: Acropolis (castle and ramparts), city walls, amphitheatre, church, bath, storehouse, fountain, agora, stoa, urban roads, temples, the holy area, port and the tombs.
Hafza Sultan Caravanserai is also one of the Ottoman architectures in the city.
On the way to Erinyolu, if you keep on going to Bozburun Village, you will come across the remains of the ancient city.
Marmaris has a new park now; it’s an archaeological park in the town centre.
Phonix Ancient City is 4 km to the south west of Talıca Village and to the south east of Sogut Gulf.
Unfortunately there is not enough knowledge and resources about Amnitos and its history.
The remains of city walls belong to Hellenistic Era in Hydas, 35 km away from Marmaris
The castle can be reached at the end of a 45 minute walk from Bahceli neighbourhood.
On the hill which can be reached after a walk of 1.5 hours there are city walls and ruins which are supposed to be a tower.
Iyilik Cliff is an ancient settlemen, located at the 95th street behind the Cumhuriyet Square in Marmaris town centre.
Kıran Lake is near Loryma (Bozukkale) ancient city. It is a small lake with a 30m diameter that dries during summer season.
It is located on Pazarlık Hill, Hisaronu Village of Marmaris. Ionic Hemetea Temple dated back the 4th BC made Kastabos the religious centre of the Carian in the Hellenistic period.
Nimara Cave is on Cennet Island (Paradise Island) in Marmaris. The cave is at 350 metres altitude on the nort west slope of island.
Syrna is on Yoncaagız Hill, 2 km to the north east of Bayır Village on the Bozburun peninsula between Marmaris and Datca
Milas is an essential destination for those who want to take a journey for History which hosts various civilizations throughout the centuries
Its name comes from double-sided axe curving on the keystone that was called 'Labrys' in the ancient times.
Euromos is 12th km on the way of Milas- Bafa road and is the most important city after Mylasa ancient city.
With regard to its ancient architecture it is a small sample of Mausoleum which is one of the seven wonders of the world.
According to some scientists, exploring and finding a 2400 years-King Hecatomnos's Tomb monument has turned the world's face to Milas
The ancient city of Latmos Herakleia is at Kapıkırı Village located at the north-east of Bafa Lake's coastline on the skirt of Latmos Mountain that is 39 km away from Milas.
Iasos is built on a peninsula surrounded on its three sides by the sea in Kıyıkıslacık Koyu which is 28 km away from Milas.
Yagcılar KHan was one of the three KHans which served for a trade centre during the Ottoman period.
Konakaltı Khan belongs to the 19th century, its architecture is predominantly wooden Baghdadi structure.
It is a kind of historical traditional Turkish Bath. When you come to have a bath experience, you can go to a dressing room first.
It is located in the city of Menteşe and has aı old traditional structure. The House of Uzbeks are known as the Pilgrim Hamzalar and the house of Ali Rıza Ozbek.
It is known that the architect of the clock tower is Filvari. Ashlar and brick were used during the construction of the tower.
The settlement of Caunos ancient city set along the edge of the Dalyan Channel which connects Koycegiz Lake to the Mediterranean sea, starts north of the harbour and ends up at the rocks top edge of Dalyan village.
The Acropolis is established on 152 metres high hill in Caunos ancient city. The walls in the north date back to the middle ages.
Ancient Cedrae city on Sedir Island in Gokova Gulf is known for Cleopatra's Beach.
There are 7 caves which are called 'Yedi Delik' (Seven Holes in English) by the locals, located on the skirts of the Alicin mountains at the east of the town.
Kyllandos is one of the first age of Carian ancient cities, located on Okkatas hill.
Sedir Island is the biggest of three islands in the Gökova Gulf. There are ruins worth seeing on the island.
You can see the most beautiful houses of Mugla’s civil architecture in Ula. Ula Houses and the deceased Nail Cakırhan were given the world known Aga Han Architecture awards.
This mosque is located in Ayazkıyı town of Ula. It was built in 1622 by Husamettin Efendi.
It was built in 1376 by Mehmet Bin Mustafa and is located in Demirtas neighbourhood of Ula.
Stratonikeia is an ancient city, located inside of the Caria Region. It is now located at today's Eskihisar Village (Mugla Province).
From East of Cine-Mugla Road 6.km towards the Madran Mountains 15 km later gets you the village of Kırsallar.
The most important place in the city walls of Halicarnassus is Myndos gate. This is one of the entrance gates into the city and was built around 360 BC.