10 vibes for Muğla
Muğla Museum; Archaeology, Ethnography, Gladiators and Natural History Halls and Courtyard are located in the museum. The fossils belonging to creatures that lived 5-9 million years ago and local clothing, clothing and items exhibited in the museum are remarkable.
Sedir Island; Sedir Island, formerly called Kedreai, which means cedar tree, is a settlement east of the Bay of Keramos.
Muğla Rugs and Weavings; Weaving has a history of thousands of years, and is being kept alive by the local people, tradesmen and businesses in Muğla today. Carpets, rugs and textiles, produced with a great deal of effort, decorate the houses and dowries of the local people, and are preferred as a beautiful memory or gift from Muğla.
Bodrum Antique Theatre; It is located in the north of Halicarnassos Ancient City, BC. It is an ancient theatre that dates back to the 4th century and has all the features of the pre-Roman Imperial Age theatres.
Lycian Road; The Lycian Road, which is one of the oldest known roads, with a length of 540 km and connecting 19 ancient cities along its path, is shown as one of the 10 best long-distance walking routes in the world.
Boat Tours/Blue Voyage; The boat tours and cruises to the undiscovered bays in Muğla are among the most favourite activities for marine enthusiasts.
Butterfly Valley; Surrounded by the sea and steep cliffs, you can see that billions of butterflies cover the rocks, the trunks and leaves of the trees, in short, everywhere like a shawl. After a little painstaking climb in the rocky and pine valley, which was declared a 1st Degree Natural Site and closed to all kinds of buildings.
Kayaköy; The history of Kayaköy known as Karmilissos in ancient times, is located 8 km south from Fethiye and dates back to 3rd century BCE according to philological data.
Muğla Houses and Chimney; Muğla houses and chimneys that are the symbol of the city carry important tracks about the culture and history of the region.