Travertines of Pamukkale The final form of travertine after protection The final form of travertine after protection Since many civilizations for centuries home to Pamukkale is one of Turkey's most important tourism centers of the traces of history and unique view of the hosting territory. These waters, which give healing to many visitors with their thermal waters, form a visual feast with their travertines. Pamukkale with its cottonish appearance of whiteness and travertine, is hosting millions of local and foreign tourists every year. Pamukkale, 'panacea' healing waters and travertines, one of Turkey's tourism paradise. Blend of nature and history, UNESCO's' World Heritage List in Pamukkale, Turkey at the location of one of the alternative tourism center to the sea. Denizli's window to the world Pamukkale welcomes over 1 million local and foreign tourists annually with the visual richness of travertines.

The healing thermal water, which makes Pamukkale a settlement center for thousands of years, is also a source of life for the world's famous white travertines. It is stated that thermal sources in Karahay˝t and Gˆlemezli near Pamukkale are good for rheumatism, heart, stomach, arteriosclerosis, blood pressure and skin disorders. Some of the hotels in the region provide health tourism services with their expert staff trained in thermal treatment. The thermal pool in Pamukkale, with its water temperature of 35 degrees in summer and winter, allows tourists to visit the region to enjoy their time. Pamukkale, which is surrounded by the ancient city of Hierapolis, is 20 kilometers away from the city center. B.C. Hierapolis, established in 1971, Hz. The apostle of Jesus Christ. Philip is killed here and the monumental tomb is built in his name, also stands out in terms of faith tourism. The historical artifacts found in the excavations are exhibited in Hierapolis Archeology Museum.