Ula is located 12km from Mugla , just before Sakar Gecidi leads into the Gulf of Gokova , and where visitors will find the magnificent and beautiful architecture of Akyaka .
Ula is famed for its houses and master builders but unfortunately many of the old buildings no longer exist but those that are standing are now thankfully protected. Most of the old houses are in the back streets which are worth taking a walk through, and one of the houses here is now a restaurant called ”Ula Turk Evi” and offers its customers excellent examples of Ula cuisine.
Cycling in UlaUla has become very bicycle friendly in recent years where the local people are favouring them over motorcycles; you may be surprised at how many you see parked at the side of the footpaths and of course this helps to keep the air fresh and clean.
Ula BazaarUla’s bazaar is held every Friday and this unique and traditional market sells fresh herbs picked straight from the local fields, fresh and dried fruit and vegetables, handicrafts and homemade objects, embroidered items and wickerwork.
Attractions close to UlaOn route to Ula there is a pleasant small lake that a 10 minute drive further on leads to a larger lake that has a small island in its centre and on the lake shoreline is a restaurant. Visitors can take a trip into the Ula Canyon but it is compulsory that they use a guide to do so and the entrance into the canyon is at the village of Kizilagac 5km away.
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Turkish Food Recipes
Pistachio Kebab - Red Meat Courses
Pilaf with Almonds - Rice & Pasta Dishes
Crusted Meatballs or Icli Kofte - Meat Mezes
Cocoa Cake - Cakes & Cookies
Tea Time Pastry
Pepper Dolma with Olive Oil - Rice & Pasta Dishes
Pilaf with Chickpeas - Rice & Pasta Dishes