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This site is amazing, we were there twice before, but this time August 2018, when we went it was closed, entrance blocked, as some works, probably to pave the dirt road into the site, and improve facilities.
Euromos is an ancient city about 12 km north of Milas on the main highway; it is only indicated by a small brown sign on the highway which is easily missed. You can see the ruins of Euromos from the highway if you're heading south...More
We were on a whirlwind tour of 4 major ruins in the are, and only added Euromos at the last minute, so we did not explore as much as we would have liked. The temple is one of the 6 most complete temples in Anatolia....More
Euromos is a long way from the magnificence of Ephesus of the Tempe of Apollo, but it is still very impressive and the setting is very pleasant. It is located above an hour's drive from Bodrum, and if you are into archeological sites, I would...More
Imagine in ancient times when that highway did not exist. One would have to travel on foot or by mule for days to reach a lone temple by itself dedicated to Zeus. This is the life of ancient Anatolians and Greeks. Really shows you that...More
The ruins of ancient lie scattered amongst the fields just off the main road to Milas. The ruins of the theatre have yet to be excavated and nearby are traces of the once impressive city walls. The highlight of the site is the impressive temple...More
You will need to keep your wits about you to spot the turning, just (ie 100 metres) to the East of the dual carriageway going north from Milas. Wonderful temple of Zeus is amongst the half dozen best preserved monuments in Asia minor. If the...More
Perhaps only 10km. north of Milas, on your right there is Euromos with its very picturesque ruins of the temple of Zeus. Many Corinthian columns are still standing. The temple is not as impressive as the one in e.g. Didyma but is utterly more charming....More