Turgut is 9 km away from Bayır and has begun to develop thanks to tourism. As groups of tourists are shopping in the carpet and souvenir shops, this helps the village make a great livelihood. There are also a large number of nice restaurants at the entrance to Turgut Village. Especially carpentry shops in Turgut which is an important break place for those who join jeep safari tours as they compete in carpet weaving produced in the big cities. The majority of employees in the shops where the carpets are both exhibited and sold to almost everywhere in Turkey and are exported as well manufactures woven carpets.

The visitors for shopping are able to watch the carpets being weaved and to watch to how much wool comes into yarn by painting with natural plant paint. They are also able to watch how the yarn is used for weaving silk carpets, silk worms are thrown into a cauldron filled with water and then the silk is extracted by using traditional techniques. Attractive tourist place with silk and wool carpets on offer, it is possible to get sea food at the restaurant in Turgut Village, as well traditional village cuisine. Peanuts is one of the important production for local people who work in tourism, bee keeping, fishing, animal breeding and agriculture are thriving in Turgut Village.

One of the bays within the boundaries of Turgut Village as the ancient ruins, the remains are on the garden wall just a little bit inside of the shore, Ygeia a sacred area is thought to be surrounded by Temenos wall. These remains belong to the ancient city of Hygassos. There is an ancient structure that cannot be recognised easily, it is on the way to the waterfalls near the village centre, about a mile away on the right slope. The archaeologists have identified this ancient structure which belonged to a tomb of a warrior, Diyagoras dated back to the 3rd or 4th century BC.