Mugla: Muğla, at the crossroads of the Aegean and Mediterranean Region, is a piece of paradise comprised of coves such as Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye, Gocek and many more.
Mugla is an indispensable summer resort offering a myriad of beautiful and unique holiday resorts.
Located at the foot of Mount Hisar, the city, with a history dating back to 3000 BC is home to many ruins and monuments. Mugla is literally an open air museum with 103 historical sites situated within the borders of the province.
Situated on the southwestern tip of Turkey, Mugla, reigend by a Mediterranean climate, has the longest coast line of Turkey reaching 110 kilometers. Among one of the cities rich in forests, Mugla receives heavy rain particularly in the winter months.
Famous for its old Greek and Turkish style wooden houses, Mugla preserves its quaint streets and historic monuments in their original state.
Vacationers who want to take a sojourn to the heavenly bays and taste the delicacies of the Aegean cuisine are always welcome in the province.
How can I get there?
Mugla is one of the cities with highly advanced transportation facilities. One can easily get to Mugla and its districts via airway or highway. There are direct flights from all cities of Turkey to Mugla Dalaman Airport. After their arrival at the airport, travelers to Fethiye or Marmaris may takeRead More
Mugla is the first city that comes to mind when talking of water sports or extreme sports. The region offers a variety of sports options ranging from surfing to motor cross and paragliding to horse safari. Offering different beauties and adventures in every corner, the major towns of Mugla areRead More
Mugla, in addition to the magnificent holiday resorts is home to many festivals and events. You will have great fun if you find the chance to participate in one of the festivals during your stay. The Caretta Caretta turtles that have been living in Dalyan protecting their species for overRead More