The district, whose economy is generally based on agriculture, mainly wheat, barley and legumes are grown. In the district where animal husbandry is also active, Mihaliç has made a name for himself with Kelle Cheese throughout the country and a "Cheese Festival" is held in the district every September. Underground sources containing mercury and perlite are also found in the district agglomerates. Although Cappadocia comes to mind first when it comes to fairy chimneys in our country, there are similar formations in Savaştepe, although not as strong as Cappadocia. Yağcılar Village Suçıktı locality, 4 km away from Savaştepe, is one of the most interesting features of the district with its fairy chimneys located in the Black Pine Forest, caves and chambers from ancient times hidden among grass. Fairy chimneys, which do not have any definite information about their past, are waiting to be discovered as natural wonders. Yazören Cave, located near Yazören village, is one of the most enjoyable caves especially for mountain tourism enthusiasts. Yazören Cave, which has been discovered as a result of long-term studies and has been studied, has become one of the recent stops of travelers seeking different traces. The total length of this cave in Savaştepe is 3.5 km and the ceiling height is 25 meters in total. Çaltılı Bath and church ruins, which are among the oldest historical ruins of Savaştepe, are among the works that can survive in the region. It is believed that the bath, which is estimated to be at least a thousand years old, gives healing.