The fairy-like panorama of cotton-white travertine and the rich Roman and early Christian architectural remains make Pamukkale, Hierapolis, one of the most famous surviving examples of ancient Turkey.
Pamukkale means ” Cotton Castle” in Turkish.The marvellous cotton-white plateau formed by calcium oxide rich waters turned the southern slope of Çaldağ into an amazing travertine which draws thousands of people every year.
OUR PAMUKKALE TOUR COVERS THE FOLLOWING SIGHTS;
- *Hierapolis ancient city
- *Cleopatra pools
- *Cotton-white travertine