Archaeological sites, which carry the traces of the past to the present day with their values, are considered the memory places of the geography they are located in. Archaeological sites have different dynamics in terms of their location, physical, geographical, and cultural characteristics. For this reason, each of them should be considered a unique phenomenon with its own dynamics in terms of construction periods, settlement characteristics, and current conditions. These sites, which have witnessed history since the day they were founded, are subject to irreversible destruction due to demographic growth, industrial movements, problems related to material quality, time, natural and atmospheric conditions, and changing environmental problems. Protecting archaeological sites and ensuring the continuity of this understanding is necessary for transferring these sites to future generations. The main purpose of this research is to create an inventory by documenting the natural and cultural values of the Sardes Archaeological Site, and to develop recommendations for the protection and evaluation of the site as a cultural heritage site.