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Mugla is a paradise here on earth!

Muğla, is a very special, idylic,picturesque mediterranean of the world where azure waters blend with unique beaches and coves on one side,and in the surrounding areas there are hidden canyons and beautiful valleys, hidden cities, caves and relics from ancient history, thus creating an atmospheric endearing part of the world. The breathtaking views and the natural environment is juxtaposed with ancient history to give the tourists and visitors the very best of both worlds.

The story of Muğla and its surroundings begins with the Carians. The Carians were mercenaries in the service of the Egyptian king Psamtik who along with their Ionian neighbours  founded a great civilization in the 7th century BCE (before the Christian Era).


The most prominent and important cities of Muğla stretch from Fethiye to Bodrum, from Datça to Marmaris. You can walk around  and feel the atmosphere. The mausoleum can whisper its secrets to you, Between the marble columns you can come across the artefacts of Alexander the Great in an ancient city as you  walk. 

One of the marvels of life on earth,from the Persians, to the Romans and Byzantines to the Ottoman Empire period; from the depths of  ancient to modern history. Historical sites and events including the world-famous Mylasa, Kaunos, Knidos, Halicarnassus, Keramos,103 ruins including ancient cities such as Telmessos, Tlos, Pinara, Patara and Xanthos. The region of Mugla greets its guests with open arms and friendly smiles under the Aegean sun. Not only ancient cities,nature also offers all of its splendour to its guests; Oludeniz, Saklikent, Dalyan, Iztuzu,Gocek, Kabak Bay, Butterfly Valley, Lake Bafa, Marmaris, Bodrum, Fethiye is the city happiness Speaking of Fethiye, do you think we should anchor at the shore? B.C. Established in the 2000s Fethiye was of the city of Telmessos. Located on the border of Caria and Lycia In Fethiye, it is possible towas visit the magnificent ancient cities of both civilizations. In addition to its historical and cultural heritage, its natural riches are also dazzling. This for this reason, Fethiye and its surroundings are one of the most important tourism attraction of the entire Mediterranean. In addition to the tourism, culture and diversity that Fethiye offers, its  infrastructure and facilities are up there with the very best in the world. The local people welcome its guests to Fethiye and bids you a fond farewell with a beaming smile of warmth and happiness on your departure hoping to see you once again in the not to distant future.

Dead Sea

Oludeniz, which was voted the most beautiful destination in the world in 2006, is just as popular be for those who go and visit it today. Oludeniz, is actually a lagoon, and is known as the Blue lagoon on stormy days, waves rise in the sea, meanwhile on the shore, on calm days you can swim peacefully in the still waters of Ölüdeniz. The Lycian way is a long distance walk beginning in Oludeniz. The world-famous beach consists of two parts. Oludeniz is famous for the blue lagoon, from which it is named, with its sandy beach.

Hidden City

Saklikent National park and canyon is one of nature's  most supreme gifts to humanity . The canyon is known for its geomorphological formation Karaçay over Akdağ dates back thousands of years

It is not possible to pass on foot as its base is filled with violently flowing water. Steep ravines surround the entire length of the canyon which has a height of 200 metres. The entire length of the canyon, which can be visited, is 18 km, and its height is 200 meters. The narrowest part 2 meters down.


It is located 8 km south of Fethiye and was called Karmylassos in ancient times. Kayaköy looks like a ghost town with its stone houses resting on the hillside. These structures all of them were built by the Greeks in the late Ottoman period. the first of the republic Kayaköy, which was emptied by the population exchange in the years of 2000, was affected by the effects of time, nature and earthquake.

While transforming into a ghost town, it also gained a magical atmosphere. each other's light in addition to their houses, which are planned in a way that will not cut them, many chapels, two large churches, Kayaköy, which includes a school and a customs house, welcomes its guests beyond time. It takes you to the hot stories.


Göcek, is a small town located close to Fethiye, is a calm and reliable port with its sheltered bay. Because of this it is a frequent and popular destination for travellers visiting the area via international waters. 

The pristine Mediterranean sea of Göcek and its lush pine forests hidden in the foothills that enclose it displaying hidden coves and calm beaches to enjoy the waters of the Mediterranean and enjoy life, all that is required is your presence


When you visit Dalyan, located in a channel between the Mediterraneaisn Sea and Köyceğiz lake believe me, you will leave your heart there. With its nature, pure air, culture,and all that it offers, you will be so amazed by the absolute beauty that you will feel intoxicated. With its unique coves, with the boat tours and amazing history you can explore the Lycian rock tombs and visit the ancient city of Kaunos..

You will be mesmerized by its splendour. Combining the sea with nature, the blue with the gren. Ekincik bay and the 4.5 km long Iztuzu beach offer you nature and peace. Kaunos, which was a port city in ancient times, remained in the inner region over time. The reeds were once covered by the sea. Scientific excavations are still ongoing revealing the numerous architectural structures, for example,  ancient city ​​walls, theatres, temples, the castle, the harbour, you can feel the history as you explore these amazing artifacts from ancient times in the history of man. Speaking of Kaunos, it is impossible not to mention the magnificent royal tombs, dating back to B.C. Tombs of ancient kings known to have been built in the 4th century,  they are among Turkey's most valuable cultural historical treasures and legacies.

Kaputaş Beach

Kaputaş Beach







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