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Pamukkale Thermal Pools, Pamukkale

Categories: Hot Springs, Nature & Parks
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4.2/5 based on 4,800+ reviews on the web
Take a dip in the mineral-rich waters of Pamukkale Thermal Pools, a World Heritage Site with terraces and hot springs that have retained their beauty over millenia. People have been bathing in these pools and embracing their purported health benefits for thousands of years. Visit the site to see for yourself why its name literally means "cotton castle." Explore the white terraces formed from sedimentary rock deposits of hot springs and bathe in their waters. To visit Pamukkale Thermal Pools and get the most from your holiday in Pamukkale, create itinerary details personal to you using our Pamukkale holiday planner.
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  • Literally means "fortress of cotton" Pamukkale. Surely the choice of this name is a good decision. It may seem snow even on days the torrid, cotton may seem rather this wonder of nature is nothing but limestone, calcareous water when welling to the Earth's surface it decomposes. We were traveling with our two children, by accident we knew about this trip to Pamukkale, they refused and so we admired this wonder of nature just the two of us. It was worth it!
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  • Pity that didn't take care well before. The location is great and beautiful, you can get a sense of what was once a day! The infrastructure is good. In early October was very warm. No need to bring a bathing suit, if you don't want to! But bring light clothes, slippers, bone/hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. In the case of seniors, have to be very careful. People we met on the tour were only at the beginning of the swimming pools.
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  • It was a great experience to walk on the White Paradise with an excellent view. You have to visit there. 
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