Pamukkale, which has hosted many civilizations since centuries, is one of the most important tourism centers of Turkey with its unique appearance and the history of its history. These waters, which heal many visitors with its thermal waters, are also signing a visual feast with their travertines. Pamukkale, which has this name with its cottony appearance of whiteness and travertines, welcomes millions of local and foreign tourists every year.
Pamukkale is one of Turkey’s tourism paradises, with its “heavenly healing” waters and travertines. Located in UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage List, where history and nature meet, Pamukkale is one of the alternative centers for sea tourism in Turkey. Pamukkale, a window opened by Denizli to the world, hosts more than a million local and foreign tourists annually, with a spectacular view of the travertines.
Pamukkale, which is intertwined with the ancient city Hierapolis, is 20 kilometers from the city center. B.C. Founded in 197, Hierapolis, Hz. From the apostles of Jesus Because of Philip’s murder here and the construction of a monumental grave on his behalf, faith also stands out in terms of tourism. The historical artifacts found in the excavations are exhibited at the Hierapolis Archeology Museum.
With its cottony appearance, the white heaven that amazes the viewers, the healing thermal waters of Pamukkale will precipitate out of the calcium carbonate in the surface. This structure is initially a soft gel. It becomes “TRAVERTINE” in time hardening. Therapeutic thermal water, which provides the settlement center of Pamukkale for thousands of years, is also a source of life for the travertines. The unique travertenler is Denizli’s window to the world.