Dikili is a town in the north of Izmir.
The distance to the city center is 120 km. Balıkesir to the north, Bergama to the east, and the Aegean Sea to the west and south. The area of the county is 541 km². Population is 41,999 as of 2014.
As a result of the archaeological studies carried out in the district, B.C. 5000-BC. It is understood to be a history dating back to 4000 years. Ağıl Kale and Kale Tepe are the first settlements. As a result of the archaeological finds, it was revealed that the Akals lived in this area and the city was called Aternagus. In the early ages Lydians, Persians, Phrygians, Mysians, Romans and Bergamans were in the Middle Ages, Byzantines, Genoese, Seljuks and Ottomans Dikili. Dikili, where so many civilizations live; Famous figures such as Aristotle, Hermos, August, and Alexander were welcomed in the historical process; Aterneus, Astria, Teutronia, and so on.
Karaosmanoğullarının established a farm in the region with the planting of dikmelik "Dikmelik" and then named the district, "Dikili" in terms of natural beauty in Merdivenli village in a natural lake, Demirtas and Deliktaç villages in the pines and historic caves are located. Çandarlı Province is an important tourism It has potency. The historical background of Dikili goes quite early. The antique settlements are exhibited in Bergama Archeology Museum. During the Ottoman period II. Murat's famous grand vizier Çandarlı Halil Pasha rebuilt Çandarlı Castle.
Crater lakes and caves with stairs and Denizköy and forests based on the Madra Creek are among the natural riches of the county.