Guide About Mugla
Mugla is the capital of southwestern Turkish province with the same name Mugla. It is 20 kilometers away from the sea and is located on the foot of the mountain hill at an altitude of 670 meters. It stretches along the Aegean coast and is in close proximity to famous tourist hubs of Fethiye, Marmaris, and Bodrum. Every year it draws a large number of tourists to this city and the adjoining places. But it also has borders with the ancient areas of Antique Caria Region that hosted settlement in early 3500 - 200 B.C.
In ancient times, many big empires like Persian Empires, the Byzantine Empire, the Seljuk Empire, and the Ottoman Empire left its traces in Mugla. Mugla is one of the leading cities of the country mainly because of its historical building intermingled with the natural landscape, and the famous beaches.
It has many ancient relics and natural beauty that attracts tourist every year. Places like Saburhane Square, Andon bath, Muğla Ulu Mosque, Kurşunlu Mosque, Ozbekler House, Yagcıilar Han, Municipality Culture House, Saatli Tower, Hacıkadı House, Arasta, Konakaltı Han, Muftular House, and many more places are a few places that you need to visit. Apart from that, it is also famous for its white painted red and clay roofing tiles in traditional houses and narrow cobbled streets promoting unique architectural structures and rich cultures.
The town is near the warm and crystal clear Aegean coast where you can enjoy underwater diving and explore reefs, caves and diverse aquatic life. The turquoise beaches like Blue Lagoon, Patara Beach and Butterfly Valley are heaven on earth. It has mountains and beaches giving endless sports activities like trekking, mountain climbing, gliding, and numerous camping places at many points in the city. Famous beaches like the Blue Lagoon, Patara Beach and Butterfly Valley are all in ones reach making it a tourist paradise for both local and international tourists. It is also rich in vegetation making it an agricultural front for honey, olives, herbs, and many greenhouse vegetables.
The city of Mugla is a hub for transportation that connects all the major cities and town all across Turkey. The highway is connected with major neighboring cities like Aydin, Denizli, Bodrum, and Fethiye linking Mugla Province and the capital with the rest of Turkey. One main airport in the Mugla province is near to the city becoming a tourist gate for the turquoise beaches. It also has famous ports for marine and cruise line. You can enjoy a boat trip to all the coastal resorts and also the Greek island.
It has a Mediterranean climate making it an ideal tourist hub for all seasons. Do you want to discover this beautiful peninsula spread across Aegean? Do you want to enjoy the turquoise beaches located in this captivating land? Are you curious about, let us know!! TRANIGO provides all solutions to travel solutions to enjoy your relaxing trip. You can get your guided tour to visit all the sights without missing anything.