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Travertine Pools

Most of the travelers who come to Pamukkale do so to see the Travertine Pools. Although access to the pools and the baths are banned, it is thought that approaching them and wandering through the limestone formations to admire the turquoise waters and the white stone is healing in and of itself. It is striking contrast between the rough and very terrestrial landscape and these pools that seem made of snow whiter. A very special and ancient Romans knew and used as a summer resort, and quesus and the calcium rich waters are good for relaxing muscles and tendons.



In ancient Heriapolis, city of ancient civilizations, there's an interesting landscape of limestone and hot springs called Pamukkale. When looking at photographs of this place it may seem like it's a snowy mountain of cotton. Then, however, there are the rocks and sediments carried by the hot water flowing from the earth.


Pammakale or Heaven at Your Side

The Pammakale Gardens are a unique place that can be found in the heart of Turkey. It really is like walking in heaven or on mountains of cotton, there are hot springs and in the top of the mountain remains of a cantina. Hellenic and beautiful wherever you look, strange, striking, perfect to visit in summer.

Unforgettable sunset

This was an unforgettable sunset over the natural pools of Pamukkale, Turkey. Undoubtedly, it's one of the country's must-sees despite the damage that has been caused because of the site's previous poor management in recent years and the massive influx of tourists.

Pamukkale's terraces

Pamukkale is an amazing display of natural hot water pools in Denizli Province, south-western Turkey. The pools are made of travertine, a sedimentary rock deposited by water from the hot springs.

White Thermal Pools in Pamukkale

What better place to bathe than the same place Cleopatra did it? In the beautifully white hot springs it's like being in another world!

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