Mugla, shares its name with the province; it is the capital of and has some of the largest resorts on the Aegean such as Bodrum , Marmaris and Fethiye . In recent years, restoration of the city's architectural heritage has enhanced local tourism and its hillside Ottoman neighbourhoods are among the best in Turkey .
Things to do in Mugla
Vakiflar Turkish Bath or HamamThe Vakiflar Turkish Bath that dates back to 1258 and is still operating.
Ulu MosqueThe Ulu Mosque (Great Mosque of Mugla), a large mosque built in the 14th century by Ibrahim Bey the Menteşeoğlu emir.
Kursunlu MosqueThe Kursunlu Mosque , another large mosque built in 1495.
Konakalti and Yagcilar HanThe Konakalti Han and Yagcilar Han restored 18th century kervansaray, the first is now used as an art gallery and the second contains carpet shops and tea (çay) stalls.
Mugla City MuseumMugla City Museum houses a collection of dinosaur fossils and prehistoric elephant, rhino, giraffe and horse fossils all discovered in Kaklicatepe nearby. The large otogar is 400m southwest of the centre and is served regularly by buses from Bodrum , Marmaris and Fethiye .
Mugla HotelsAccommodation here offers a high and low end price range with little in the middle and rooms are generally always available.
Mugla RestaurantsThere are plenty of restaurants, pide and kebab options available for food but very little places offering memorable fare.
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