Pamukkale, a natural landmark tourist attraction in southwestern Turkey hopes to attract some 1 million tourists over the next six months after normalizing from the effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Denizli offers a wide range of attractions to its visitors from famous Pamukkale travertine pools to the ancient city of Hierapolis…
The surreal, brilliant white terraces and warm, limpid pools of Pamukkale hang, like the petrified cascade of a mighty waterfall, from the rim of a steep valley side in Turkey’s picturesque southwest.
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Pamukkale, a world famous natural site in Denizli, combines thermal water treatment with antique city landscape.
Pamukkale is one of the most epic places in the world, with its fluffy cotton pools, snowy white calcium terraces, and geologic heritage.
Unesco-stamped Pamukkale in Turkey is known for its mineral-rich thermal waters flowing down white travertine terraces. Here’s why you should visit.