The Historical Mosques
Firuzbey Mosque: This is the most famous mosque around Muğla. It was constructed by Hoca Firuz Bey, the Menteşe Govenor in Sultan Beyazrt, in 1394. The western side of the mosque consists of rooms that served as madrassas. Since the roof is coated with bullet, people name this construction as "the Mosque with Bullet".
Haci ilyas Mosque: It is one of the mosques dating back to the Dignity of Menteşe. It was constructed under the sovereignty of Şucaaddin Orhan Bey in 1330. It is one of the oldest mosques in western Anatolia.
Ulu Camii (the Grand Mosque): It is located in the Hoca Bedrettin District and near the River of Balavca. It was constructed by the Ahmet Gazi, the Last Sovereign of Menteşe, in 1378. The style of the gate reminds the Seljukian style of architecture.
Aga Mosque: It is located in the Haci Apti Street and near the River of Balavca. It was constructed by Abdülaziz Ağa in 1734.
Belen Mosque: This mosque takes place in the District of Hisarbaşı and near the Çöllüoğlu Caravanserai. It was restored by Mehmet Sait Ağa in 1750.