Saraykoy is a town and locale of Denizli Province in Turkey, 20 km west of the city of Denizli, on a plain among mountains and watered by Buyuk Menderes River. The region is around 470 km², and the populace is 29,854 of which 18,510 live in the town of Saraykoy, and the rest in encompassing villages. Road indication of Saraykoy city limit. Saraykoy is at a high height inland from the Mediterranean and in this manner has sweltering dry summers and extremely chilly winters.
The mountain sides are generally uncovered yet there are continuous ranger service ventures. The town was already a town named Saribey after the Turkmen master that settled his clan here in the fourteenth century. Saraykoy was an essential purpose of protection from the Greek armed force in the Turkish War of Independence. Volunteers amassed here could shield the extension over the River Menderes and hence keep the Greeks from possessing the city of Denizli.
There is a statue in the town of a warrior in nearby efe ensemble to remember this battle. The significant movement of the territory is material production, mainly weaving yet some printing and sewing of sheet material and other home textiles. 5,000 homes in the town are warmed with water keep running off from the geothermal power station in the town of Kizildere, which was the main plant of its kind in Turkey. There are likewise plants close to the power station making dry ice and packaging carbon dioxide.