It is located in Ulucak sub district of Kemalpasa on 15th km of Bornova-Ankara highway and is one of the oldest settlements of West Anatolia and lighting the way of West Anatolia’s cultural history with its architecture and findings. As a result of the excavations which started in 1995 three culture departments were found. They are; the layer of Early Bronze Age under the settlements of Late Roman, Early Byzantine which are at the top and Late Neolithic settlements at the bottom.
It is possible to see the kiln and furnaces and constructions for daily works and special functioned departments in the oldest layer of Late Neolithic in this tumulus.
Some ruins like ceramics pot, instruments made of lighter stone, stone weapons, mother goddess figures and anthropomorphic cups which were found in excavations are exhibited in Izmir Archeology Museum today.