TROIA Is located in Hisarlik on the east side of the river Scamander, where the Dardanelles strait joins with the Agean Sea, is about 32 km away from the city of Canakkale. Archeological excavations revealed the different time periods of various settlement areas, city ramparts, house basis, a temple and a theater. A symbolic horse made up of wood reminds the big Troian war. Historical port, Alexandria - Troas was constructed during 3rd century B. C. St. Paul had visited here two times, and his third missioner voyage to Assos was started from here.
DARDANOS It is 11 km away from Canakkale, at the coast of Kalabakli Stream, in Maltepe. This monumental tomb is composed of a corridor, a front chamber and a main tomb chamber. Lots of skeletons, golden jewelries, bronze and baked soil tools, oil - lamps, tear bottles, musical instruments are found within it. There were structures from Archaic, Ionic and Roman periods in the tomb.
GULPINAR Apollo Smintheus Temple, where first episode of Iliad Epic and where ruins are found at Ayvacik environs, is within Gulpinar. Temple ruins and pices of art revealed from the Temple are exhibited within the museum here. In the museum you can see the scenes on relieves of the Temple.
ZEUS ALTAR Cavern, which is at the upper side of Adatepe Village of Kucukkuyu borough, and whose front side is a cliff, is also known as Zeus's cavern.
ALEXANDREIA TROAS It is in Dalyan Village. The city was founded around the end of the fourth century BC by one of the commanders of Alexander the Great, Antigonos Monoftalmos (One Eyed Antigonos), who gave the settlement the name Antigoneia. The first research on the site started in 1994. It was one of the largest cities established in Anatolia. In written records of the Romans it was stated that Emperor Julius Caesar had visited the city and considered making it the capital of the Roman Empire.
SESTOS It is 4 km away from Eceabat, in Yalova village. It is founded at the south of Akbas Port. While Fatih Sultan Mehmet was constructing the Kilitbahir Castle, rocks of the Sestos castle had been used.
THE ANCIENT CITY OF LAMPONIA This ancient city was very close to the port of Assos and, by studying the remains found so far, it was estimated to have been built in the 5th Century AD. This site overlooks the Gulf of Edremit and some of the city walls are still standing.