Where to go?


Milas is an essential destination for those who want to take a journey for History which hosts various civilizations throughout the centuries and for those who want to explore the multicoloured Aegean World.  The only thing you need to do is make a couple of days for Milas to watch the traces of huge cultural and historical civilizations. 


Bafa Lake

Today's Soke was a part of Latmos Gulf hosted a port city two thousand years ago.

Bafa Lake

The houses of Milas

A large part of the old Milas houses belongs to the 19th century.

The houses of Milas

Wedding at Comakdag Village

Traditional wedding parties are worth to see.

Wedding at Comakdag Village

Herakleia

Herakleia is widely spread out in Kapıkırı Village, 40 km away from the centre.

Herakleia

Iasos Ancient City

Iasos ancient city is founded on the peninsula in Kıyıkıslacık Village, 28 km away from Milas.

Iasos Ancient City

Comakdag Local Rag Dolls

The village women produce rag doll

Comakdag Local Rag Dolls

Firuzpasa Mosque

According to its inscription, it was built by Yıldırım Bayezid (Sultan of Ottoman Empire) and Mentese Governor Hodja Firuz Bey.

Firuzpasa Mosque

Milas Carpets

'Milas Carpet' that have been woven by colouring with the various natural madder in especially Milas's villages has a special place both in the world and Turkey.

Milas Carpets

Becin Castle

It is located at the boundary of Becin district and was built on the antique remains by Anatolian Beylik of Mentese.

Becin Castle