A true wonder of planet earth.When you approach from the distance,you might think Pamukkale is snowy hill or even a glacier,but look closer and you will notice a true wonder a mother nature.
Pamukkale's watres are rich in calsium-carbonate making the floors of the pools as soft as cotton.Actually in Turkey,it knowen as cotton castle.Its not just another thermal spring,its a geological Marvel.These mineral-rich waters are naturally heated to 36 celsius.From ancient time to modern days people from around the world have come to Pamukkale for its healing and therapeutic effects.If the mineral-richwaters heal your body then the idyllic vistas will heal your soul.White infinity pawniclear blue water and magnificent ruins of Hierapolis will all make your experiance in Pamukkale magical.
Nerby is Leodicia the antique city of extravagance wealth and home of the one of the seven churches of Asia mentioned in the book of Revelation.
Pick up from centrally located Kusadasi Hotels / Port and Selcuk Hotels approx 8:30am.Pamukkale located province of Denizli.After as exciting and informative as it is long drive,we arrive Pamukkale Natural Park.this natural wonder is comprised of terraces and travertine formed by hot springs and streams depositing carbonate minerals. Pamukkale has gained eminence for its waters believed to have curative powers and been used as a thermal bath since centuries. Noted for its extraordinary characteristics, the ancient site has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1988.
Hierapolis was established in 200 BC by Eumenes II in dedication to the Amazon Queen Hiera, wife of Telephos the founder of Pergamum. Moreover, Hierapolis is an ancient cite that attracts worldwide attention for its majestic buildings and monuments.The ancient city of Hierapolis has lost its Hellenistic façade as a result of a series of earthquakes and gained a new facade reflecting the influences of Roman architecture during the reconstruction period.Among the major cities of the Byzantine period, Pamukkale became a crucial site to Christianity after one of the apostles of Jesus; St Phillip was murdered in this city.The city which fell under the rule of the Turks in the 9th century still preserves its value and significance as on its very first day.Welcoming thousands of visitors for its ancient monuments and natural wonders every year, Pamukkale is waiting to welcome you as well!