Home to one of the world’s coolest hot springs.

Pamukkale has been made eternally famous by the gleaming white calcite travertines overrunning with warm, mineral-rich waters on the mountain above the village called ‘Cotton Castle’.

Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, together with the ancient city of Hierapolis,  this area of Turkey has maintained its reputation as rich in minerals and a popular natural spa city during Roman and Byzantine era.