The Euromos ruins in Muğla, which promises a cultural feast with its deep traces of its long-established history as well as its beaches and natural beauty, is one of the city's most interesting destinations.
The history of the historical region, which can be reached via the Milas-Söke Road and is very close to Kızılcakuyu District, dates back to the 6th century BC and perhaps even earlier periods. It changes hands from Macedonians to Syrians, from Rome to Byzantium over centuries, sometimes through wars, sometimes through political developments. It loses its importance with the Byzantine period.
The most important heritage of the historical city carried today is undoubtedly the Temple Of Zeus Lepsynos, dated to the 2nd century. The Corinthian structure, which is one of the three layouts in classical architecture that can be seen when coming to the ancient city from Milas-Söke Road, is very magnificent with its 16 columns that have survived to the present day. Because, it is shown as one of the best temples in Anatolian geography.
In addition, the canopy is surrounded by trees, and unlike many similar historical sites in the Aegean and Mediterranean, the ruins are more comfortably navigable during the hot summer months. Other important building remains include the theatre, Chapel, agora, which can be summarized as a large area open to the public, burial sites i.e. necropolis, bath and ramparts, which are located on the hill and a few of which have survived to the present day.