Emre Neighborhood is established next to the Sandal Divlit lava flow. The village is a religiously holy place because of the graves of Yunus Emre and his teacher Tabduk Emre, the famous Turkish poet and mysticism.
The climate, the water, the soil and the air circulation of the area is suitable for viticulture and grapes are cultivated and in the Middle-Gediz Basin viticulture is practiced intensively, especially on the grainy terrain of the alluvial cones and fans between Salihli and Alaşehir.
The history of the thermal spring dates back to the Lydian Kingdom and gains its name from the sediments present. Today, the water of the spring is left to rest. And, after the sediment is precipitated, the hot water is used in the thermal baths.
Kula, the 18th-century Ottoman architecture is one of the best preserved areas in Turkey. Kula houses reflect not only the architectural style but also a general view of daily social life in Ottoman cities.
Damatlı Village is one of the settlements affected by mass movements on Bozdağlar. There are cracks and inclinations on the walls of many buildings in the neighborhood, including the historical Damatlı Mosque.
The village of Gölde (İncesu) is a unique hotspot where geology, history, culture, architecture and archeology intersect and interact. Gölde village was the place where Greeks lived until the 20th century.