The village of Cambazli is arrived by passing from the village of Huseyinler after Adam Rocks. It is understood that Cambazli was an important settlement center on Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine periods due to rich ruins which
can survive until today, and due to linking to Maiden's Castle (Corycus) with Uzuncaburc (Diocaesarea) and Ura (Olba) with a paved ancient way.
Here, as well as rock-cut tombs, mausoleum which is reminiscent of a small temple, sarcophagus, cistern and especially church which is at the entrance of the village are historical sites that are worth visiting.
Cambazli Church which has preserved the original features among its similars is one of examples in the most well-conditioned. With Corinthian style whole columns on the right of two rows of columns which are inside the building whose north side is completely off, the columns of gallery which are lined up above them are standing. The church which belongs to 5th century, the apse of it has measures of 20 m X 13 m and all walls of it are strong.