Labranda Ancient Ruins
Labranda Ruins TodayIt is known that there was a sacred area in the city during the 5th century BC and an 8 metre wide sacred road that linked Labranda to Mylasa, parts which are still visible today and its south and southeast gates are still standing.
The stadium is 200m east of the sacred area which was reinforced at the back by a retaining wall and it is believed that races were staged here as there are stone markers indicating the starting and finishing points; the races would have been held during an annual 5 day long feast taking place in the sacred area.
Eating around LabrandaVisitors can stop at the restaurant in the village of Kargicak to dine on the “Oglak Kavurma” a sautéed goat meat dish or try the “Menemen” which is a delicious omelette made with tomatoes and peppers.
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