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Pamukkale & Hierapolis Tour Pamukkale is one of the most extraordinary natural wonders in Turkey. It looks as if it's made out of snow or cloud or balls of cotton. The scientific explanation is that hot thermal springs pouring down the hillside deposit calcium carbonate, which solidifies as travertine. We call this geological fairyland Pamukkale, or "cotton castle".

Here, in a landscape fascinating in its own right, the action of various mineral springs which contain calcium oxides has left fantastic concretions on the travertine structures. The resulting effect is spectacular: these mineral-rich waters have dripped down over a series of terraced levels designing bizarre solidified cascades, dazzling in their radiance and changing their color according to how the sunlight strikes them.

The ruins of Hierapolis are the other main attraction. The city was founded in 190 B.C. by Eumenes II, king of Pergamon. In the 2nd and 3rd centuries, it reached the height of its development as a Roman thermal bath center.

Pamukkale & Hierapolis Tour Hierapolis has such extensive ruins which is suggested: the city walls, the octagonal Martyrium of St. Philip, the 2nd century theater, Temple of Apollo, basilica then the necropolis which covers 2 km. and contains some of the best examples of tomb styles ; it is one of the best-preserved cemeteries in all of Anatolia. The East Bath is in archaeology museum housing many of the remains from Hierapolis.

The hot springs have been used since Roman times for their therapeutic powers. Both the thermal center with its motels and thermal pools, and the ruins of the ancient city of Hierapolis, are situated on the plateau.

Hierapolis Archeological Museum - One of the largest buildings of Hierapolis Ancient Town was the Roman Bath. Since 1984 this building has been used as the Hierapolis Archeology Museum. Alongside works of art from the excavations at Hierapolis are finds from Laodicea, Colossae, Tripolis, Attuda and other towns of the Lycus (Çürüksu) Valley.

In addition, the museum has a large section devoted to artifacts found at Beycesultan Höyük that includes some of the most beautiful examples of Bronze Age crafts.

Itinerary of the tour
08.30 Pick up from your hotel in Kusadasi
09.00 Pick up from your hotel in Selcuk or bus station
Fully guided Pamukkale tour visiting the following:
  • Ancient ruins of Hierapolis
  • Hierapolis museum
  • Free time on famous calcium terraces
  • Full lunch is included
    We will drop you off your hotel in Kusadasi or Selcuk
    We can drop you off bus station and help you for your bus ticket for your next destination.

    Please send an email to for further information

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    Ismetpasa Mahallesi Zubeyde Hanim Meydani Blv No:28 17900 Eceabat / Canakkale
    Phone: +90 286 814 15 65 - 814 24 34 Fax: +90 286 814 24 82