Akkoy is a town and a district of Denizli Province in the inner Aegean region of Turkey. An extensive piece of the fringes of Akkoy locale are encompassed by the territory of the region situate Denizli's focal area, toward the south and toward the east, and Akkoy itself was a township depending Denizli straightforwardly until 1991, when it was made into a region focus by its very own right. Toward the west and the north Akkoy locale zone neighbors those of three different regions of a similar territory, in particular Saraykoy, Buldan and Guney clockwise.
Akkoy initially appeared with the combination of two little towns, Aziziye and Sultaniye in reference to the 19th century Ottoman sultan, established by Dagestani displaced people of the Russo-Turkish War 1877-1878. It authoritatively obtained the status of a town in 1935 and turned into a township with its very own region in 1971, to be made into an unmistakable locale focus in 1991. Akkoy focus lies at a separation of 23 km from Denizli focus, with which it has a similar plain. One township with its own district and six towns depend Akkoy.