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Aegean Region Turkey

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Pamukkale
4.6/5
828 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Pamukkale is a well-known hot spring resort located north of Denizli, Turkey. The area not only has thousands of natural hot springs, but also has quirky cotton ball-like hills, which, despite their soft and fluffy appearance, are actually made of hard limestone. In 1988, Pamukkale was listed as a World Heritage Site, along with the ancient city of Hierapolis, located above it. The unique stair-stepped “cotton ball” hills of Pamukkale are a beautiful and unusual landscape that can only be seen here. The waters of the hot springs flow down from caves at the top of the hill and wash down the slopes, leaving mineral deposits along the way.
Ephesus
4.6/5
516 Reviews
Historical Site
Ancient Settlement
Ephesus is a well preserved classical city in the eastern Mediterranean, and a good place to experience and savor the life in Roman times. This beautiful city has always been one of the favorite places for tourists when visiting Turkey. The extensive ancient city remains, which have been preserved for more than two thousand years, are now listed as one of the UNESCO monuments. The current remains of Ephesus are in the northwest-southeast direction, with a total length of about two kilometers. The remaining buildings chiefly include Stone Walkway, Artemis Statue, St. John's Cathedral and etc.
Aegean Coast
4.6/5
155 Reviews
Seashore
Pamukkale Thermal Pools
4.7/5
185 Reviews
Hot Spring
The Pamukkale Thermal Pools are natural hot spring pools created by carbonate minerals deposits. Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Pamukkale was once the site of the ancient Greco-Roman city of Hierapolis. The region’s thermal springs have been known since Classical antiquity and are revered for the turquoise color created by water atop on the snow-white limestone pools. In addition to the springs, there are also well-preserved Roman ruins, making Pamukkale a great place for history buffs and fans of natural scenery.

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