Işıldak Tepe is located on the southern shore of the Dardanelles, 5 km west of the village Intepe. The site was discovered in 1976 by Aşkidil Akarca. No architectural remains are visible today. A. Akarca found vessel fragments similar to Troy I and Troy VI. Peter Pavúk and Cornelia Schubert saw numerous Late Bronze Age ceramic fragments dating to early Troia VI up until Troy VIIa.