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An intimate, ethereal Turkish province off the southwest of the Aegean Sea, Mugla, is a small and beautiful city with a predominantly agricultural and tourism-based economy. Previously home to about 3000 Greeks, Mugla was part of the district of Smyrna until 1923. The weather here is almost always pleasant and the tideless, warm, crystal clear seas and pure bays with multicolored sponges and variety of aquatic life just lure one to Mugla.
Known primarily for its swanky resorts, picturesque beaches, comfortable motels, impressive guest houses, breathtaking ruins, and mesmerizing landscapes at the happening upscale towns of Marmaris, Oludeniz, and Bodrum, Mugla seems to have what it takes to be the most sought after Turkish holiday destination of the future. Popularly known for its many captivating beaches that offer a plethora of water sports, it is teeming with a host of must-see hangouts, breathtakingly sylvan landscapes that look like they are just out of a picture postcard. In recent years, with the setting up of a University, there is now a steady influx of youngsters from around the world. A heady concoction of sun, sand, crystal clear waters, timeless traditions, ancient history, and youthful liveliness; Mugla offers all these and more. One can never seem to get their fill of this ultimate, exotic, almost celestial haven.
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