Pamukkale features magnificent white travertines which are formed when the thermal water supersaturated with calcium carbonate comes into contact with the oxygen on the surface creating shapes similar to frozen waterfalls and small pools resembling terraces.
It’s an incredible experience to touch the travertines of Pamukkale! The magnificent white travertines are created by the thermal water of the ancient city of Hierapolis, and form the pools where people swam for thousands of years.
If you visit Pamukkale, a site registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List, in the summer months, you can also drop by Gözler, which is located 30 km from the Pamukkale travertines, to smell the fresh lavender.
The Denizli Rooster, the symbol of Denizli, is a native breed which is famous even in the most remote regions of Turkey for its color, body structure, and harmonious, long, and beautiful crowing.
10 vibes for Pamukkale
Visit the ancient city of Hierapolis and the Pamukkale travertines, registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
You can start your day with a local breakfast and then make your way to Hierapolis. You can opt to paraglide or take a balloon tour over the Pamukkale travertines and the ancient city of Hierapolis, registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.