The Ancient Greeks and Romans certainly chose some stunning locations for their cities. Some nestle at the end of a bay, while others, perched on mountainsides, offer breathtaking views. In Termessos, this idyllic mountain location, surrounded by greenery, also provides a view of the turquoise sea in the distance. In addition, the site, which was founded around 334 BC now stands in a protected area. The highlights of this memorable site are the agora and its theatre, and the necropolis which is home to hundreds of sarcophagi.