Civril is a town and area of Denizli Province in the internal Aegean district of Turkey. Civril locale region neighbors those of two areas of Usak Province to its north, to be specific Sivasli and Karahalli, and four regions of Afyonkarahisar Province from the north-east toward the south which are, clockwise, Sandikli, Dinar, Dazkiri and Dazkiri, and to its south-west, three regions of indistinguishable region from itself depending Denizli. These last three are Bekilli, Cal and Baklan.
It is the most populated area of the region after Denizli fixate and is arranged on a plain toward the upper east of the city of Denizli, being in reality nearer to the neighboring common seat of Usak. The populace of the locale focus is 17,989 and the entire region is 61,815. Amid an uncovering did by the British archeologists Prof. Seton Lloyd and Prof. James Mellaart somewhere in the range of 1953 and 1959 at Beycehoyuk, 6 km south of the town of Civril, a few antiques going back to the Copper Age were found.
It is accepted that Beycehoyuk was the focal point of the Arzawa kingdom, counterparts of the Hittite Empire. Later on Phrygians, Carians, Lydians, Persians and Macedonians went through the area amid written history however left not very many follows. It is expected that the relics of plunderers and chariots in hills and on rocks found at Yavuzca cultivate, 20 km from Civril, go back to the Phrygians in whose time the most striking settlement here was called Eumeneia. A tomb situated on Beycehoyuk dates from Seljuk time.