Farming and tourism are Mugla’s main source of income so this stunning coastal town must be doing something right. Tea houses line the streets, wafting their subtle, spicy aroma through the air as visitors and locals plod in and out of sun-bleached buildings.
To get a sense of this city’s colourful past, a visit to the Mugla Museum is in order. Jammed packed with prehistoric fossils, Roman and Greek weapons and an impressive collection of loot found in the ocean – this place has stories to tell!
In the late afternoon, when the sun is waning you can feel the heart of the city in the Zahire Pazari, an old, traditional market restored to its former glory. There are so many memories to make, so ensure that they are top quality with a professional photographer by your side.