Ephesus, was an ancient port Greek city on the coast of Inonia and it was built in 10th century. It was one of the most important Greek cities and the most important trading center in the Mediterranean region. It contains such grand public buildings as the impressive Library of Celcius, the theatre, and  Temple of Artemis.

Temple of Artemis, also known as the Temple of Diana was a Greek Temple dedicated to the goddess of Artemis. The great temple was built about 550 BCE and it was one the seven wonders of the ancient world.

House of the Virgin Mary, is located on the top of a mountain which is 9 kms ahead of Ephesus.  According to the common belief, it is the place that Mary have spent her last days. Indeed, she may have come in the area together with Saint John to spread Christianity.

Isa Bey Mosque, is one of the oldest and most important works of architectural art remaining from the Anatolian beyliks. The mosque was built in 1375 and is an example of Seljukian architecture.

Sirince Village, is a cute little village with its history, beautiful view and wonderful wine. It is 12 kms away from Ephesus. It's the perfect synthesis of a traditional Turkish village and traditional Greek village. The village is also known for wine tasting and production and all through the village there are shops where you can put your wine tasting skills to the test.

Pamukkale, meaning "cotton castle" in Turkish, is a natural site in Denizli Turkey. The area is famous for a carbonate mineral left by the flowing water and it has been drawing the attention with its thermal springs since the time of classical antiquity. It is also listed as a World Heritage Sides by UNESCO.

Hierapolis, was an ancient Greek city located on hot springs. The hot springs have been used as a spa since the 2nd century BC. There are also deep niches in the inner section, including the bath, library, and gymnasium.

Priene, was an ancient Greek city of Ioania. It possess a great deal of famous Hellenistic art and architecture. Its remains are a major source of information about ancient Greek town planning. It also contains the theatre, the agora and most importantly the Temple of Athena.

Miletus, was an ancient Greek city on the western coast of Anatolia. It was also one of the oldest and most important Greek cities of Ionia with its four harbors. It was the natural outlet for products from the interior of Anatolia.

Didyma,  was an ancient Greek sanctuary in the city of Miletus. It was home to both of the temples dedicated Apollo and Artemis. The Didyma was also well renowned because of its famed oracle. It was not just a city but a place of worship, connected with Miletus by the so-called sacred way. This road was used by the people who arrived at Didyma, seeking answers to their questions.