White Legacy In The Aegean

Pamukkale and the ancient city of Hierapolis leave visitors spellbound by their beauty.

What to do:
As you tour the ancient city of  Hierapolis, brimming with ruins,  be sure to stop at the old Roman bath, now a museum.
Benefit from Pamukkale’s therapeutic waters, which have been a balm for varied and sundry diseases since antiquity.
Watch the sun set over the travertines at dusk and bask in the splendor of the changing colors. 

Interesting Tip
The Pamukkale travertines are a unique natural formation created when the hot, mineral-rich underground waters come into contact with the surface. These underground waters not only adorn the landscape with an artist’s touch but are also believed to be beneficial in treating a variety of diseases

ID Card
What: Natural site and ancient city
Where: Denizli
When: 2nd century B.C.E. (Hierapolis)
When added to UNESCO list: 1988