Beyagac is a town and region of Denizli Province in the Aegean area of Turkey. Beyagac region neighbors those of three different locale of Denizli Province from the north-west toward the south-east, in particular Kale, Tavas and Acıpayam and the focal region and Koycegiz region of Mugla Province to its west. It is nearer to the neighboring common seat of Mugla than its own. Among the locale of Denizli Province in general, Beyagac is the one which is the nearest to the Turkish Riviera coastline, along its Marmaris, Koycegiz and Fethiye pivot.
The region focus initially appeared as a huge town with the combination in 1996 of two neighboring towns, Eskere and Sariyer, under the name Beyagac. Beyagac was made into a region in 1972, and was under Kale as its region focus and turned into an area focal point of its own in the year 1991. The present name Beyagac actually signifies "the revered tree", a reference to antiquated dark pine woods that encompass the town and which are under assurance. Beyagac has seven depending villages. The locale is prestigious for its to a great degree rich verdure, with ious endemic species.
An outstanding sight of enthusiasm for Beyagac is Lake Kartal Glacier Valley, available by jeeps leaving from Beyagac town focus and by following a 40 km nation street along timberlands. The elevation of the valley begins from 2261 m at Ulugol Peak, one of the summits of the Mount Sandıras, the ruling sloping mass of the area. The valley slants bit by bit amid its 1.5 km length and its width fluctuates between 500– 700 meters, circumscribed by soak bluffs.