Muğla is the seat of Muğla province, which stretches along Turkey´s Aegean coast in the southwest of the country
Muğla is about 20 km (12 mi) inland, at an altitude of 660 meters in a pot-shaped small plain surrounded by mountains, and is the administrative capital of a province that includes the popular tourist resorts of Bodrum, Marmaris and Fethiye
Places of interest
Although it is close to major resorts, Muğla has only recently begun to attract visitors Sights of interest in the town include:

the Ottoman Empire-era bazaar (Arasta) - marked by a clock tower built by a Greek craftsman named Filivari Usta in 1895,
Kurşunlu Cami - a large mosque built in 1495