Walking on clouds...


Pamukkale, one of Denizli’s most important districts in terms culture and tourism, is home to tourist attractions such as the Pamukkale travertines and the ancient city of Hierapolis, which are registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List as natural and archaelogical sites. Other important sites at Pamukkale are the Karahayıt Hot Springs, denizli Cable car and Bağbaşı Plateau, Akhan Caravanserai, Gözler Levander Gardens, Seyir Tepesi and Çamlık Park as well as its museums, ecotourism destinations and plateaus. You can also visit Laodikeia (Laodicea on the Lycus) which is an another important ancient city of Denizli with features magnificent structures and was once home of the seven churches of Asia mentioned in the Book of Revelation. Laodikeia is located 15 km south of Pamukkale.

Make your reservation and start to explore this pure natural beauty with healing waters.

Our Pamukkale Travertines  tours are provided with our company's luxury cars. It will be at your private service.

Price is for one person, If you want to bring your friends or loved ones, for lunch and enterances 150€ will be charged for additional person.

Hierapolis ancient city

Pamukkale features magnificent white travertines which are formed when the thermal water supersaturated with calcium carbonate comes into contact with oxygen on the surface creating shapes similar to frozen waterfalls and small pools resembling terraces.


Cloud white Travertines

Pamukkale is included in almost all lists of “must-see places”! Throughout history, people have known about the healing properties of the thermal waters of Pamukkale and have stayed in Hierapolis for receiving treatment. Touching the travertines themselves, which are white as snow and which are formed by the thermal water regenerating from Hierapolis, is also quite an experience. 

Another highly recommended local experience is to swim in the Antique Pool, also known as Cleopatra’s Pool, next to The Pamukkale Travertines. The calcareous structure, white color, and warm thermal water is a one of a kind experience. It is whithout a doubt that you will be anchanted by Pamukkale's many beauties and attractions.

Currently, The Pamukkale travertines are mostly under preservation in order to avoid any deterioration in the originality of their natural beauty. Resembling a fabulous field of snow-white clouds, their natural beauty is rare and they represent a location where history and nature embrace.


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