The province of Muğla, located in the southwest corner of Turkey where the Aegean Sea meets the Mediterranean, includes popular holiday destinations, such as Gökova, Bodrum, Marmaris, Datça, Milas, Dalyan and Fethiye.
With its beautiful resorts, impressive ruins of past civilizations, magnificent landscapes and vast beaches, thermal waters, rich flora and fauna, as well as accommodations, restaurants and entertainment choices to suit every taste,
this region has something to offer to everyone. Bodrum and Fethiye, linking Mugla with the rest of the country. There are two international airports in the province, Dalaman and Bodrum-Milas. Muğla Province, which accommodates
nineteen marinas and slips, has the longest coast in Turkey with a total length of 1,124 kilometres. Regular boat trips are available between the coastal resorts as well as to neighbouring Greek islands. Mugla has a Mediterranean climate;
it is hot and dry during summer and cool and rainy during winter. Muğla’s residents are only an hour away from some of Turkey’s most popular tourist destinations: famous antique cities such as Halicarnassos, Knidos, Mylasa, and Kaunos;
hundreds of magnificent bays with unmatchable beauty; the Blue Lagoon, the Caretta Caretta Beach, the Patara Beach, and the Butterfly Valley. The myriad of venues offered by Muğla Province make the region as attractive as it can be for the
three million tourists hosted annually.