Kyon Ancient City is nearby Mentese township in Camyayla village. Its meaning in Hellen language is the dog’s grave. It was known Paliapolis in Byzantine. There is no detailed information about the ancient city, because no archaeological excavations have been done so far and we only know its name from written sources. A Roman theatre and ruins of altar stones can be seen today. However, it is thought to be the only important city that had coins and money during the Roman period. The most important structure is the theatre which is leaned on between the hill and the houses. Stone crafting of seats row are similar with Hyillarima theatre’s seats. However the 13th row has been remained today. Above a few rows under the orchestra pits remain underneath and on the top of a few rows, today's car park has been built.