One more charm of Turkey who managed to steal the attention of local and foreign tourists is Pamukkale. It is a natural hot spring pools were always full of visitors. The water is warm and the shape that resembles a frozen waterfall, not to be missed!
If during the hot tubs shaped swimming pool, now is the time to try to soak directly at the source. If you are on vacation to Turkey, please take a visit to Pamukkale. It is a source of hot water flowing in Turkey. Pamukkale could be the right choice for you who likes to loosen the muscles with a soak in hot water.
Pamukkale is a natural site located in Denizli, Turkey. Here, you can see the natural hot spring pools are beautiful and different than usual! In Turkish, Pamukkale means cotton castle. As the name implies, these hot springs did look like a pile of white cotton. The white color is derived from calcium carbonate and hydrogen contained in the hot water. As a result of the heat content of the water is always increasing, over time the location of the hot water discharge is formed as a layer of white limestone and resembling a frozen waterfall.
Overall, this hot spring has a length of 2,700 meters, a width of 600 meters, and a height of 160 meters. Yes, these hot springs is quite large because it is formed of 17 hot springs that merge into one. The water temperature in Pamukkale reached 35 degrees Celsius to 100 degrees Celsius. Wow!
The appeal of the most powerful of Pamukkale is white cliffs formed from the womb of hot water, then freezes and formed like a frozen waterfall. With this beauty, then Pamukkale became an obligatory stopping point for backpackers and traveler.
Typically, visitors who come really want to take advantage of Pamukkale hot water as a spa or therapy. Visitors to believe, by soaking in hot tubs flow rich in mineral content, can treat rheumatic diseases, skin and nervous exhaustion. However, there are many people who come only for sightseeing and to take pictures.
Now, Pamukkale has officially become one of the UNESCO world heritage sites. Let’s enter this place to the list of your trip to Turkey!