It was founded on two hills on the foothills of Madran Mountain rising next to the plain irrigated by Akçay in the south of the Büyük Menderes basin. The economy of the district, which is 76 km away from Aydın, is based on agriculture. According to some sources, it is stated that Bozdoğan was founded at the end of the 13th century, but the historical structure remains and finds in the region point to very ancient times. There are also works bearing the traces of later Roman, Byzantine and Selcuklu cultures. Neopolis located near Koyuncular village, Bargasa settlements near Kavaklı village and Körteke Castle, Cisterns and Kemer Bridge in Örtülü and Konaklı villages are the main examples of these.
Bozdoğan has many natural beauties such as Kemer Dam Lake and Mardan Mountain. The spring water coming out of the foothills of Mardan Mountain is famous. The region, which is open to green tourism with its cool plateaus and abundant waters, is a must-see place with various cultural artifacts scattered all over. The economy is completely based on agriculture. All kinds of fruits and vegetables are grown, especially olives, figs, grapes, cotton and hemp. Kemer Dam Bridge on Akçay, which is the branch of Büyük Menderes River, Kemer Bridge, which was built as one-eyed over Akçay water within the boundaries of Bozdoğan-Akhisar village, Armutalan Bridge on Bozdoğan-Altıntaş road, Körteke Castle and Piginda ancient city are located in the district.